In addition to providing people with compelling stories and photography, newspapers supply the raw materials to piece together ransom notes demanding more newspaper subscriptions. Demand to be informed with today’s Groupon for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram's Sunday and Wednesday edition. This deal is only valid for people who have not been subscribers for at least 30 days. Choose between the following options:
- For $19, you get a 26-week subscription (a $71.70 value).
- For $38, you get a one-year subscription (a $143.40 value).
For more than 100 years, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram has kept Fort Worthians in the know with local and international news. Subscribers get biweekly doorstep deposits of timely information about politics, business, sports, and entertainment as well as untimely information about Hindenburg disasters. The Wednesday edition reassures midweek subscribers that the world still exists, and the hefty 205-page Sunday edition features beefed-up sections of in-depth coverage, a copy of Parade, and a veritable book depository of coupons for local business.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
In 1909, two rival papers, the Star and the Telegram, joined forces to form a single towering source of local news and information: the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. From its early days, the paper stressed an importance on regional affairs, delivering digests of local news by stagecoach throughout an 84-county area. The paper has also demonstrated a knack for technological innovation, establishing Fort Worth's first radio station in 1922, the South's first television station in 1948, and one of the first computerized newspaper services in 1982.
Today, the Star-Telegram continues to inform Fort Worth area residents in every way possible, supplying print and online editions of its international and national stories, sports, local coverage, and thought-provoking editorial pages. Its digital platforms provide replica paper editions and provide immediate breaking news updates on the hour with interactive content via specific apps. The paper’s award-winning investigative reporting protects the public through intensive documentation of issues including foreclosure-auction abuses, toxic substances in everyday products, and local schools’ performance records.