Peninsula Daily News
The Peninsula Daily News was first published in Port Angeles on April 10, 1916. It was called the Port Angeles Evening News when started by A.A. Smith and E.B. Webster, newspapermen whose blood may have been mixed with printer’s ink. The name was changed to The Daily News in 1972 and to Peninsula Daily News in 1987 to reflect its switch from afternoon to morning publication and its huge circulation area of mountains, beaches, valleys and historical sites from the “Victorian seaport” of Port Townsend on Puget Sound to the rocky Pacific coast at the Quileute Indian reservation in LaPush.
Today it is published mornings Sunday through Friday and is the only daily newspaper serving the 156-mile-long North Olympic Peninsula of Washington state.
Sound Earned 275 Industry Awards in 2017!
In all, Sound Publishing won 275 industry awards in 2017. Sound secured 261 awards from the 2017 Washington Newspaper Publishers Association Better Newspaper Contest (including 94 first place winners and 6 for General Excellence), five Blethen Awards for Distinguished Journalism from the Pacific Northwest Newspaper Awards and three Northwest Photo Awards from the Associated Press.
ages 25 to 54 years
Source: U.S. Census: 2016 American Community Survey (5-year)
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Preprints accepted Wed, Fri & Sun
Zone 1 is all of Jefferson County: 98368, 98320, 98325, 98339, 98376, 98358, 98365
Zone 2 is Sequim and Calrsborg: 98382, 98324
Zone 3 is Port Angeles East: 98362
Zone 4A is Port Angeles Central: 98362
Zone 4B is Port Angeles West: 98363, 98343
Zone 5 is the West End: 98331, 98357, 98305, 98350, 98326, 98381
Sources: AAM / CAC Consolidated Media Report (Q2, 2018)
The Peninsula Daily News has been our business partner for the better part of 55 years.Our advertising representative, Sue Roaf, and ad designer Keith Curtis are always available to help us with our advertising needs. Sue’s exceptional customer service — from ad creation, distribution, new ideas, coop advertising knowledge, communication and execution of our advertising plan — has been a main component to our success. Sue is always willing to go the extra mile for our company and always with a smile.
Over the past several years we have enjoyed steady increases in sales and customer count. We believe advertising with the Peninsula Daily News is a huge factor in our success over the past 55 years.
Merchandise manager and advertising director
Swain’s General Store, Port Angeles