Irish Echo relaunches as a community paper

The Irish Echo, the weekly newspaper for the Irish community in New York, is to become a community-style newspaper for established Irish-Americans.

23rd June, 2007

The Irish Echo, the weekly newspaper for the Irish community in New York, is to become a community-style newspaper for established Irish-Americans.

Irish news will remain part of the paper, but its new owners plan to carry more local stories on topics concerning this more mature and well-heeled community.

The publication of a separate Irish edition of the paper, which has seen the Echo produce 5,000 copies in Ireland each week since November will also cease.

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