How do I get articles on the AJC?
How to submit a letter for possible publication in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution newspaper: Letters to the editor must be no longer than 150 words and must include a daytime telephone number for verification. Use the link below or send an email to [email protected] or call 404-526-7003.
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Where is the Atlanta Journal Constitution?
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has its headquarters in Perimeter Center, an office district of Dunwoody, Georgia.
Where can I get a copy of the Atlanta Journal Constitution?
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution microfilm is available in many metro Atlanta libraries, including: Atlanta-Fulton Public Library, One Margaret Mitchell Square, Atlanta, near the Peachtree MARTA station. Telephone: 404-730-4636.
Is Atlanta a constitutional Journal?
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution traces its roots to 1868, the founding date of The Atlanta Constitution. The Atlanta Journal debuted in 1883. The papers have been under common ownership since 1950 and fully merged in 2001.
How much is a subscription to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution?
The Unlimited Digital Access offer has an introductory rate of 99¢ for the first month that automatically converts to $9.99/month with an auto-renewing subscription. Other restrictions may apply. Sales tax will be added to the print portion of your subscription.
How do I subscribe to AJC?
Visit subscribe.ajc.com and select the offer that best fits your needs, or contact one of our Customer Care representatives at 404-522-4141 or [email protected].
How much is a subscription to the Atlanta Journal Constitution?
How much is an AJC subscription?
$9.99 per month
This subscription automatically renews at $9.99 per month after the free trial period until cancelled. We will charge your default card or another payment method on file. If you do not wish to continue at this renewal price, you may cancel any time by visiting My Content and Devices.
How much is the AJC digital subscription?
The Unlimited Digital Access offer has an introductory rate of 99¢ for the first month that automatically converts to $9.99/month with an auto-renewing subscription. Other restrictions may apply.
Who founded the Atlanta Journal Constitution?
Carey Wentworth Styles
The Constitution was founded in 1868 by Carey Wentworth Styles, an Atlanta lawyer and entrepreneur. He bought the Atlanta Daily Opinion, one of several newspapers serving the city’s 20,288 residents, and renamed it the Atlanta Constitution.
What size is the AJC newspaper?
As the paper’s eight presses are converted, the width of the pages will be reduced from 13 inches to 11 5/8 inches. The length of the pages will not change and the paper has no plans to reduce the number of pages.
Does Kroger carry AJC newspaper?
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has published a 16-page special afternoon edition filled with keepsake photographs, stories and front pages. Purchase your copy at metro Atlanta Kroger, Publix, QT, and RaceTrac locations.
What are the major newspapers in Atlanta Georgia?
Top 30 newspapers in Georgia
|Atlanta Business Chronicle
|The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
|Myer-Henderson Hall’s Pentagram
How can I read AJC for free?
“As a public service to our community, we are providing complimentary access to the AJCePaper to everyone. We understand how important it is for you to stay informed. Please invite your family, friends, and neighbors to read today’s complete newspaper online at AJC.com/epaper.”
When did the Atlanta Journal and Atlanta Constitution merge?
November 5, 2001
Until recently, Atlanta had two—the Atlanta Constitution, first published on June 16, 1868, and the Atlanta Journal, which debuted on February 24, 1883. The longtime rivals, which had been under common ownership since March 1950, merged on November 5, 2001, and are currently published daily under a joint masthead.