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Brooklyn Downtown Star
Brooklyn Downtown Star Newspaper. The more than 71 square miles in Brooklyn are home to more than 2.5 million people. Together with its size and population, Brooklyn is the fourth largest city in the U.S.A. Downtown Brooklyn is a short 10 minute drive and train ride to Manhattan and there are nearly 40,000 companies within the Borough. Brooklyn has a wonderful mix of residential, industrial and commercial properties which make it a great place to live and work. There are a multitude of activities ranging from street fairs to recreational activities, to parks and cultural centers, which are available every day. Our papers cover events, meetings and news which shape the quality of life throughout Brooklyn.
The Brooklyn Downtown STAR has a circulation of 15,000, The STAR is available at more than 150 locations in Downtown, Fort Greene, Cobble Hill, Boerum Hill, Clinton Hill, Brooklyn Heights, Park Slope and Bushwick. We are circulated primarily in zip codes11205, 11217, 11238 and 11201. The Brooklyn Downtown STAR also covers news important to the entire borough of Brooklyn like no other weekly newspaper.
We currently publish eight weekly newspapers in Queens County and Brooklyn, with a combined total circulation of 150,000. Our circulation is entirely paid (combination newsstand and mailed by subscription) and available at more than 700 newsstands. Our readership is made up of community residents who need weekly information which shapes their local lives. From local environmental issues, to our school boards to local youth and adult sports reporting, the Queens Ledger / Greenpoint Star Community Newspaper Group is serious about informing our readers about; 1. what is happening on their block, 2. what is happening in their neighborhood, and 3. what is going on in the boroughs of Queens and Brooklyn which affects their lives. Our readership is heavily made up of civic members, families with children in schools, people who attend religious services and people involved in community sports. We have subscription programs for organizations in our communities, because those people are the ones who are active. They are the ones with the purchasing power who support our merchants.
Queens County is made up of a series of towns broken into THREE distinct areas. Established in 1873, the Newtown Register (from which we evolved) covered the local news for the Western Queens community. Today four of our newspapers cover this diverse area. They are the Queens Ledger,the Glendale Register, the Forest Hills/Rego Park TIMES and the Astoria/Long Island City/Jackson Heights JOURNAL Established in 1909, the Observer weekly newspaper of Richmond Hill published weekly for that town in South Queens. In 1912, the Leader weekly newspaper of Woodhaven combined with the Observer newspaper and the LEADER/OBSERVER newspaper of South-Queens was formed. Today this newspaper is the premier paid weekly community newspaper in South Queens covering Woodhaven, Richmond Hill, Ozone Park, Jamaica and Howard Beach.
In Eastern Queens we publish the Queens Examiner. Our motto; “we not only cover the news, but we are part of the communities we serve” sets us apart from any news agency which touches the area. Our rich history and passionate positive coverage allows us to be part of everything which happens in the towns we cover. We are the best advertising medium you could possibly choose.
In Brooklyn the Greenpoint STAR and Brooklyn Northside NEWS covers those great neighborhoods in Brooklyn which are vibrant and growing. The Brooklyn Downtown STAR covers central Brooklyn like a glove.
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Mr. Editor: Brooklyn lays claims to many fine things and a unique cultural inheritance. Recently I experienced and I should preface this my saying they are probably the best n the USA, one of twenty some odd online camera and electronic scam artists making Brooklyn their place of business. There is an ongoing contest between these firms to see who can register the highest number of complaints with the BBC of Brooklyn. If I'm not mistaken Thunderbird Cameras is leading the pack with over 90 complaints and perhaps a little grist for your papers mill may be the purchase of a bargain camera from them. As an aside these people "screw" hundreds of innocent purchasers on line daily and I look forward to the smallest of expose. Thanks
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