List of newspapers in MississippiThe State of Mississippi has a population of 2.9 million people and is home to more than 40 daily and weekly newspaper companies.
Features in sports news. It is the second oldest company in the State of Mississippi.
Sun Herald is based in Biloxi Mississippi, that serves readers along the Mississippi Gulf Coast. The Sun Herald reaches 137,000 print readers each week, and more than 263,000 South Mississippians online every week.
Is a tri-weekly newspaper in Meridian Mississippi that covers Lauderdale County and adjoining portions of West Alabama and East Mississippi.
The Natchez Democrat is a daily newspaper that started in 1865. Cited as Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper by the Mississippi Press Association.
One of the oldest newspapers in Mississippi. The Oxford Eagle started publishing in 1876 and it still remains popular today.
Hattiesburg America is based in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, that serves readers in Forrest, Lamar, and surrounding counties in south-central Mississippi. Hattiesburg America reaches over 500,000 readers in both print and online.
Prides itself as the only locally-owned newspaper in Desoto County.
The Delta Democrat-Times is a daily newspaper published in Greenville, Mississippi. The Delta Democrat-Times reaches over 500,000 readers from paid newspapers, distribution shoppers, websites, niche publications, and magazines.
Also known as DM, is the student newspaper of the University of Mississippi. It is operated as an independent student-run newspaper.
The Laurel Leader-Call is a tri-weekly newspaper published in Laurel, Mississippi, covering Jones County. The Laurel Leader-Call circulates 8000 newspapers.