How much does it cost to run an ad in The Kansas City Star?
The Kansas City Star is the largest daily newspaper in the Kansas City, MO area. The newspaper has a daily circulation of approximately 260,000. It is owned by McClatchy Newspapers. The estimated ad rate for the newspaper is $530.00.
Who owns Kansas City Star?
The Star has won eight Pulitzer Prizes in its history – and was a Pulitzer finalist in 2018, 2019 and 2020. In 2020, McClatchy transitioned to private ownership when it was acquired by Chatham Asset Management.
Who bought the Kansas City Star building?
Ambassador Hospitality, LLC
It featured four state-of-the-art printing presses and spanned two city blocks. It’s a landmark structure visible from Interstate 670. The Star previously sold the building to Ambassador Hospitality, LLC and entered into a lease-back agreement.
What does KC stand for in military planes?
KC stands for Airborne Fuel Tanker/Cargo (military aircraft designation)
Does the Kansas City Star own its history?
The Kansas City Star prides itself on holding power to account. Today we hold up the mirror to ourselves to see the historic role we have played, through both action and inaction, in shaping and misshaping Kansas City’s landscape. It is time that we own our history.
Did the star unify Kansas City?
It still pains me personally to know that in The Star’s monopolistic heyday-when it had the biggest media platform in the region-the paper did little to unify the city or recognize the inherent rights of all Kansas Citians.
What does the Kansas City Star do?
The Kansas City Star prides itself on holding power to account. Today we hold up the mirror to ourselves to see the historic role we have played, through both action and inaction, in shaping and misshaping Kansas City’s landscape.
Did you know Kansas City has its own black icons?
Even the Black cultural icons that Kansas City would one day claim with pride were largely overlooked. Native son Charlie “Bird” Parker didn’t get a significant headline in The Star until he died, and even then, his name was misspelled and his age was wrong.