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Princeton Packet

Princeton Packet
Type Weekly newspaper
Owner(s) Packet Publications
Publisher James B. Kilgore
Language English
Headquarters Princeton, New Jersey
Circulation 20,000
ISSN 0746-178X
Website .com.princetonpacketwww

The Princeton Packet is a semi-weekly newspaper serving the Princeton, New Jersey area. The company traces its lineage to 1786. The Princeton Packet Inc. is the publisher of 12 community newspapers, a weekly arts and entertainment supplement, a monthly magazine and a series of local-news-based websites. The paper was purchased by former Wall Street Journal publisher Barney Kilgore in 1955, inherited by his family after his death, and has been expanded by acquisition of newspapers in adjoining towns. According to its advertiser kit, the Packet's circulation as of 2013 was approximately 20,000.[1] The company's products serve more than 40 municipalities in the New Jersey counties of Mercer, Middlesex, Somerset, Hunterdon, Monmouth, Burlington and Ocean County.

In January 2009 the Packet website *www.packetonline.com became *centraljersey.com


References

  1. ^ Packet Publications Media Guide.

External links

  • princetonpacket.com
  • centraljersey.com


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