List of newspapers in New JerseyNew Jersey is also known as the Garden State is the fifth smallest state and the 11th most populous state in the USA. NJ is popular with its beautiful beaches, busy roads, great food, intense politics, and diverse culture. The State is so colorful that it hosts over 300 daily and non-daily newspapers. Two of the biggest newspapers in New Jersey are Asbury Park Press and The Star-Ledger.
The Asbury Park Press is a daily newspaper published in Monmouth and Ocean counties of New Jersey. It is owned by the media giant Gannett and has the third largest circulation in NJ. The paper circulates 98,032 copies daily.
Owned by Advance publication, it is the largest circulated newspaper in NJ. It is based in Newark and is circulating 114,000 copies daily and 359,820 copies on Sundays.
The Press of Atlantic City is a daily newspaper published in Trenton and Mercer County, New Jersey. The paper focuses more on the government of NJ. It is owned by Advance Publication just like Star Ledger. It circulates 77,405 copies daily and 88,336 copies on Sundays.
The South Jersey Times began publishing on November 4, 2012 following the merger of three affiliated papers, Gloucester County, The News of Cumberland County and Today's Sunbeam of Salem. It is a daily newspaper that is serving readers from the South Jersey area of New Jersey. The paper circulates 26,000 copies daily.
The Record is a daily newspaper in NJ. It serves readers from Bergen, Essex, Hudson and Passaic counties in northern NJ. The Record is the second largest newspaper in NJ. It circulates 144,897 copies daily and 167,696 copies on Sundays.
Owned by Digital First Media, it is a daily newspaper published in Trenton NJ. It is also distributed in the surrounding Mercer County community. The paper circulates 11,547 copies daily and 9,832 copies on Sundays.
The New Jersey Herald is a daily newspaper published in Sussex County, New Jersey. It is the only paper published in the county and one of the oldest in NJ. New Jersey Herald circulates 11,220 copies daily and 17,430 copies on Sundays.