Cover of the April 19, 2019 issue of the Daily Gazette
|Owner(s)||The Daily Gazette Co.|
|Headquarters||2345 Maxon Road Extension|
Schenectady, New York
The Daily Gazette was founded as a weekly newspaper by the Marlette family in 1894, and was soon sold to the Schenectady Printing Association in September of that year, and expanded into a daily newspaper, while still publishing it's weekly edition. By 1895, it had a circulation of 3,000 copies a day.
In 1990, the paper began publishing a Sunday edition. In 1996, the Gazette launched it's free website, which it turned into a subscriber-based website in 2003. Currently, it offers a select number of free articles online per month, with full access available by subscription.
In December 2019, the Gazette Company acquired the Amsterdam Recorder, along with two of its weekly newspapers: The Courier-Standard-Enterprise and Fulton County Express.
- "About The Daily Gazette". dailygazette.com. The Daily Gazette Company. Retrieved 30 October 2019.
- Wilkin, Jeff. "The Gazette's origins: The early years (1894–1900)". dailygazette.com. The Daily Gazette Company. Retrieved 4 October 2020.
- "About The Daily Gazette". dailygazette.com. The Gazette Company. Retrieved 4 October 2020.
- Managing editor Judith Patrick elevated to editor position, The Daily Gazette, June 5, 2012
- DeAugustine named Gazette publisher, The Daily Gazette, July 19, 2013
- "Daily Gazette acquires Amsterdam Recorder, two other papers". cbs6albany.com. Retrieved 31 July 2020.
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