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Bennington Banner

The Bennington Banner
Type Daily Newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) MediaNews Group
Publisher Edward Woods
Editor Michelle Karas
Founded 1841
Language English
Headquarters 425 Main Street
Bennington, Vermont 05201
 United States
Circulation 7,800
Website Bennington Banner

The Bennington Banner is a daily newspaper published in Bennington, Vermont. Established in 1841, the paper covers local, national, and world news. The Bennington Banner sells 7,800 papers daily with a penetration of 65% in Bennington.[1][2] It is distributed throughout Southwestern Vermont and eastern New York (Rensselaer and Washington Counties). The paper is owned by MediaNews Group and is published Monday through Saturday.

In early 2007 the Bennington Banner came under fire from The O'Reilly Factor for allegedly not taking an editorial stance on a legal case involving child molestation, [3] an accusation that the newspaper states is grossly misconstrued. [4]

References

  1. ^ Bennington retrieved July 22, 2007
  2. ^ Vermont Living. "Bennington Banner."
  3. ^ BillOreilly.com: "Hall of Shame"
  4. ^ Therrien, James: "The O'Reilly Treatment"

External links

  • The Bennington Banner's Official Site
  • Historic Newspaper Pages (1903-1922) on Chronicling America
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