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Tucson Newspapers

Tucson Newspapers

(520) 573-4400

Tucson Newspapers

4850 S Park Ave
Tucson, AZ 85714-1637
Additional Phone Numbers
  • (520) 573-4481
  • (800) 695-4492
  • (520) 573-4479
BBB File Opened: 05/01/1952
Business Started: 07/01/1940
Contact Information
  • Principal: Mr. Michael Jameson, President & CEO
  • Ms. Tammy Brabham, Admin. Assistant
  • Ms. Becky Rebenstorf, Community Relations
  • Ms. Stacey Salazar
  • Mr. Alan Schultz, Account Executive
  • Customer Service: Ms. Betsy Stuetze, Customer Service Representative

Business Category
  • Newspapers
Products & Services
Tucson Newspapers is the joint operating entity for two independent newspapers: The Arizona Daily Star and the Tucson Citizen. The joint operating agreement between the two owners covers all business functions of both newspapers, except the newsrooms.
Alternate Business Names
  • TNI Partners
  • Tucson Citizen
Number of Employees: 


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Tucson Newspapers


Tucson Newspapers

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