Newspapers and Magazines
Tucson readers choose from among three daily newspapers: The Arizona Daily Star (every morning), the Tucson Citizen (Monday through Saturday evenings), and the business paper, the Daily Territorial. Desert Airman is a weekly newspaper for military personnel at Davis-Monthan U.S. Air Force Base. Magazines published in Tucson include Tucson Weekly, which contains information about the arts and area news, Tucson Guide Quarterly, which publishes Tucson Official Visitor's Guide and Tucson Lifestyle Monthly Magazine. Several scholarly journals are also published in Tucson.
Television and Radio
Tucson's eight television stations include five network affiliates, two public stations, and one independent; a cable system is also available. Twenty AM and FM radio stations broadcast from Tucson, which also receives programming from neighboring communities.
Media Information: The Arizona Daily Star and Tucson Citizen, TNI Partners, PO Box 26767, Tucson, AZ 85726-6767; telephone (520)573-4400.
The Arizona Daily Star home page. Available www.azstarnet.com
Arizona School Report Cards home page. Available www.ade.az.gov/srcs/main.asp
City of Tucson home page. Available www.ci.tucson.az.us
Greater Tucson Economic Council home page. Available www.futurewest.com
Metropolitan Tucson Convention & Visitors Bureau home page. Available at www.visittucson.org
Tucson Citizen home page. Available www.tucsoncitizen.com
Tucson Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce home page. Available at www.tucsonchamber.org
Tucson-Pima Library home page. Available www.lib.ci.tucson.az.us
Griffith, James S., Hecho a Mano: The Traditional Arts of Tucson's Mexican American Community (Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2000)
Hait, Pam, Shifra Stein's Day Trips from Greater Phoenix, Tucson, and Flagstaff (Charlotte, NC: East Woods Press, 1986)
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