The sudbury star
The sudbury star is a Canadian regional newspaper that is distributed daily, Monday through Monday in the Sudbury region of Ontario. He has been in the media world for many years and has the necessary experience. It is one of the most purchased newspapers among the circulating group and the most important in its entire region. Known even in larger regions, no matter where you are you can hear about this great newspaper, especially in the northwest of the country.
It is headquartered at 128 Pine Street, Suite 201, Sudbury, Ontario, the place of writing, editing and printing. Even so, of course, it has undergone a number of changes, both to its headquarters and to the image of the newspaper, as well as to the newspaper’s address.
The sudbury star was founded 90 years ago, in January 1909, beginning its journey as a regular newspaper that awaited much competition. As soon as the Sudbury Journal began to be distributed, a more experienced newspaper threatens to take away the few readers it had obtained. Although he did not succeed, he did generate very strong financial problems.
Only six months after the accounts payable were founded were exorbitantly gigantic and the bank account did not have sufficient funds, the newspaper would be declared bankrupt. The founder made the decision to sell and the most loyal workers took over all the responsibilities with William Edge Mason at the front, who previously also worked on the newspaper.
Shortly after taking the address, he was able to contact 10 major investors, who provided him with a loan and backed up the newspaper. William Edge Mason seized the opportunity and created WE Mason Equipment, the company with which he would run the newspaper.
They were working at the time of World War I, which helped them to grow rapidly and eliminate the Sudbury Journal mentioned above. Manson’s company continued to grow, bought another newspaper (North Bay Nugget) and opened a commercial radio station. However, with William’s death in 1948 the successor editor JR Meakes seized the opportunity and bought the media in 1950.
Five years later, Thomson Newspapers acquires the newspaper and runs it during the “newspaper war” that developed in the area. Then in 1996 it goes into the hands of Southam Newspapers, in 2001 into the hands of Osprey Media, in 2007 into the hands of Sun Media and finally into the hands of Postmedia Network in 2015.
Postmedia Network, its current owner, has tried to attract the attention of many more readers and do everything possible to reach them. After several attempts the most feasible method was online subscriptions which is divided into two modes, the first in an online version and the second in its usual printed form.
- Online version: with it you can access all editions of The sudbury star during your subscription through the internet. One month’s package is available for $3.99, three months for $11.97, $23.94 for six months and the year for $47.88.
- Printed version: on the other hand, this version only delivers the weekday newspapers and has a single package of 4 weeks available, which has a value of 22 dollars.