The Houston Chronicle is an award-winning daily newspaper hailing from Houston, TX. It was founded in 1901 by Marcellus E. Foster. The first issue was published on October 14, 1901. While most newspapers at that time sold for five cents per copy, the Chronicle sold for only two cents. The newspaper is currently owned by Hearst Corporation. The publisher is John McKeon and the Editor-in-Chief is Nancy Barnes. The Houston Chronicle is housed in the Houston Chronicle Building located on the infamous Southwest Freeway in Houston, TX.
Though the majority of the news reported in the Houston Chronicle is local, the newspaper also reports state and national breaking news. To date, there are over 800,000 daily subscribers and over 1.4 million Sunday paper subscribers. Additionally, over 90 million visitors visit the newspaper’s website every month. It is one of the largest newspapers in the state of Texas, and the third largest for Sunday newspapers subscribers in the United States.
Of course, with the Houston Chronicle being a popular newspaper, there have been great accomplishments. In 2000, the newspaper received the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center’s “Joseph T. Ainsworth Volunteer Community Award”. In 2002, the Holocaust Museum of Houston awarded the Chronicle with the “Guardian of Human Spirit” award. Lastly, one of the Chronicle’s most famed journalist, Lisa Falkenberg received the Pulitzer Prize for Commentary award in 2015.
The Houston Chronicle offers three subscriptions. The first one is unlimited digital subscription, where you will be able to view the news on the website. It is priced at $15.96 per 4-weeks. The second subscription is the 7-Day delivery which includes unlimited digital access. It is priced at $39.96 per 4-weeks. Lastly, the Sunday only delivery includes unlimited digital access and is priced at $15.96 per 4-weeks.
If you have found that you can no longer afford the Houston Chronicle, please read more below on how to cancel your subscription.
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- Call 713-362-7211
- Request that the agent cancel your account
- When asked, give the agent your account information
- Request your final balance, and ensure you won’t be charged again
- Request that the agent provide you with a confirmation number or email
- Retain any confirmation numbers or emails you receive for your records