Two of the state's largest weekly African-American newspapers on Tuesday announced a partnership.
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The Madison Times and the Milwaukee Courier said they have formed a joint partnership in which they will share news and editorial content and promote advertising in both print and online.
According to Lydia Jones, publisher of the Courier, and Ray Allen, publisher of the Times, the effort begins Friday and will reach a combined 55,000 print subscribers each week and 100,000 Internet readers per month.
The Courier was founded in 1964 and is Milwaukee's oldest African-American newspaper. The Times, founded in 1991, is the largest African-American newspaper in the Madison area.