Newspapers and Magazines
The Montgomery Advertiser is the city's only daily newspaper. The The Montgomery Independent is published weekly. Several magazines focusing on hunting, fishing, farming, and agriculture are published in Montgomery. Alabama Living features stories of interest to rural and city-dwelling residents.
Television and Radio
The six local television stations include four network stations, a public television station, and an independent station. The five local FM radio stations offer jazz, country, religious, adult contemporary, and Top 40 formats. The two local AM radio stations feature religious and sports programming.
Media Information: The Montgomery Advertiser, 200 Washington St., Montgomery, AL 36104; telephone (334)262-1611. The Montgomery Independent, 1810 W. Fifth St., Montgomery, AL 36106; telephone (334)265-7320
Alabama Shakespeare Festival. Available www.asf.net
City of Montgomery. Available www.montgomery.al.us
City of Montgomery Parks and Recreation. Available http://parks.ci.montgomery.al.us
Maxwell-Gunter Air Force Base. Available www.au.af.mil
Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce. Available www.montgomerychamber.com
Montgomery Area Visitor Center. Available www.visitingmontgomery.com
Montgomery Biscuits baseball. Available www.biscuitsbaseball.com
Montgomery City-County Public Library. Available www.montgomery.al.us/city/library
Montgomery Public School System. Available www.mccpl.lib.al.us
Online Montgomery. Available www.onlinemontgomery.com
Burns, Stewart, ed. Daybreak of Freedom: The Montgomery Bus Boycott (Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 1997)
Lewis, Wendy I. and Marty Ellis. Montgomery: At the Forefront of a New Century. (Community, 1996)
Parks, Rosa, Quiet Strength: The Faith, Hope, and the Heart of a Woman Who Changed a Nation (Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan Publishing House, 1994)
Rogers, William Warren, Confederate Home Front: Montgomery During the Civil War (Tuscaloosa, AL: University of Alabama Press, 1999)
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