Tuesday, 12 August 2014


Main articles: List of radio stations in Virginia & List of television stations in Virginia
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USA Today, the nation's most circulated newspaper, has its headquarters in McLean.
The Hampton Roads area is the 45th-largest media market in the United States as ranked by Nielsen Media Research, while the Richmond-Petersburg area is 57th & Roanoke-Lynchburg is 66th as of 2013.[213] Northern Virginia is part of the much larger Washington, D.C. media market.

There's 36 television stations in Virginia, representing each major U.S. network, part of 42 stations which serve Virginia viewers.[214] Over 720 FCC-licensed FM radio stations broadcast in Virginia, with about 300 such AM stations.[215][216] The nationally obtainable Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) is headquartered in Arlington. Independent PBS associates exist throughout Virginia, & the Arlington PBS member station WETA-TV produces programs such as the PBS NewsHour & Washington Week.

The most circulated native newspapers in the Commonwealth are Norfolk's The Virginian-Pilot (142,476 every day subscribers), the Richmond Times-Dispatch (108,559), & The Roanoke Times (78,663), as of 2014.[217] Several Washington, D.C. papers are based in Northern Virginia, such as The Washington Examiner & Politico. The paper with the nation's widest circulation, USA Today, with one.83 million every day subscriptions, is headquartered in McLean.[218] Besides traditional forms of media, Virginia is the home base for telecommunication companies such as Voxant & XO Communications. In Northern Virginia, The Washington Post is the dominant newspaper, since Northern VA is located in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.

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