Newspapers and Magazines
The Portsmouth Herald, is published each weekday evening and in the mornings on weekends. Magazines published in Portsmouth include Red Owl, a literary magazine, and Coastline, a publication of the Chamber of Commerce.
Television and Radio
One television channel broadcasts from Portsmouth, and the city receives the major networks via the Boston channels. Portsmouth does have its own cable television franchise. One FM radio station and one AM station broadcast programming such as easy listening and album-oriented rock music from Portsmouth.
Media Information: The Portsmouth Herald, 111 Maplewood Ave., Portsmouth, NH 03801; telephone (800)439-0303; fax (603)427-0550; email email@example.com
City of Portsmouth. Available www.cityofportsmouth.com
Greater Portland Chamber of Commerce. Available www.portcity.org
Pease Development Authority. Available www.peasedev.org
The Portsmouth Herald. Available www.seacoastonline.com
Portsmouth Public Library. Available www.cityofportsmouth.com/Library
Portsmouth School Department. Available www.cityofportsmouth.com/school/index.htm
Strawbery Banke Museum. Available www.strawberybanke.org
Lenski, Lois, Ocean-born Mary (Stokes, 1939)
Rogers, Mary Cochrane, Glimpses of an Old Social Capital (Ports-mouth, New Hampshire) as Illustrated by the Life of the Reverend Arthur Browne and His Circle (Boston, Printed for the subscribers, 1923)
Tanner, Virginia, A Pageant of Portsmouth: A Pageant in Celebration of the Tercentenary of the First Settlement in New Hampshire, Spring of 1623 (Concord, N.H.: Rumford Press, 1923)
Wahl, Jan, The Screeching Door: or, What Happened at the Elephant Hotel (New York: Four Winds Press, 1975)
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