Contents 1 Sections 2 History 3 Websites 4 Strike action 5 Editorial changes 6 New look 7 References 8 External links


Sections[edit] Monday through Saturday, the newspaper publishes three sections: Local and national news as well as editorial (Section A) Sports and weather (Section B) Classifieds, Valley Life and comics (Section C) Each Wednesday, The Vindicator publishes a page entitled "Connected" which includes curated, Youngstown-themed social media posts and a column written by social media researcher Adam Earnheardt. Each Thursday, The Vindicator prints Vibe, a tabloid style entertainment guide for the coming weekend. On Saturdays, a TV listings magazine is included. The Sunday edition is, like most other newspapers, greatly expanded. In addition to the sections mentioned, there is also sections dedicated to business, entertainment, life and work, and health, among others.


History[edit] The Youngstown Vindicator began in 1869. It is notable for the first recorded advertisement for the Klondike bar (February 5, 1922).[2]


Websites[edit] The Vindicator operates four primary websites: the news and information site vindy.com; a local employment portal vindyjobs.com; vindywheels.com, a local automotive shopping site; and vindyhomes.com, a local real estate site. The vast majority of content available on vindy.com is provided at no charge. There is, however, a "digital edition" available on the site at the same subscription rate as the printed edition. It is delivered in PDF format. The Vindicator breaks local news on its primary website, vindy.com, throughout the day and night. This feature is branded "News Watch" and is updated more frequently than the general site.


Strike action[edit] The paper's staff has gone on strike twice. The first strike was in 1964 and lasted nearly eight months; the strikers published the Steel Valley Times during this time. The second strike lasted from November 2004 to July 2005, and the strikers published their own paper, The Valley Voice, during this time.


Editorial changes[edit] Todd Franko, metro editor of The Rockford Register Star in Illinois, was named editor of The Vindicator on February 12, 2007. He succeeds Paul C. Jagnow, who retired in 2006.


New look[edit] On March 3, 2010, a new press was installed. The Vindicator received a brand new look. The Vindicator flag is similar to the one that was used in the 1980s.[3] The previous press was used from 1972 to March 2010.[4]


References[edit] ^ Example of front page and masthead of the newspaper in 1945, indicating Youngstown; republished online by Google News image archives ^ Butko, Brian (2001). Klondikes, Chipped Ham, & Skyscraper Cones: The Story of Isaly's. Monroeville Library: Stackpole Books. ISBN 0-8117-2844-7.  ^ Introducing The Vindicator's New look, vindy.com, February 2010. ^ Introducing the new press and new paper, vindy.com example of front page and masthead from January 1945


External links[edit] Ohio portal Journalism portal Official website Official mobile website VindyJobs VindyWheels VindyHomes, featuring local real estate Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=The_Vindicator&oldid=773199630" Categories: Newspapers published in OhioYoungstown, OhioPublications established in 18691869 establishments in OhioHidden categories: Articles needing additional references from September 2008All articles needing additional referencesPages using deprecated image syntax


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