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Additionally, it publishes a of weekly paid and free newspapers in the greater Baton Rouge and New Orleans areas. The Advocate, based in Baton Rouge and first published as a weekly inhas an average daily circulation ofand serves Baton Rouge, Lafayette, New Orleans and surrounding communities in South Louisiana.

The newspaper scene was in constant flux during the period of the Civil War, with newspapers and editors in transition. The Louisiana Capitolian appeared in and soon merged with the renamed Weekly Advocate.

Manship, Sr. The business was owned and operated by the Manship family until the sale in where at the time, David C. Capital City Press created The Morning Advocate in to provide a growing population with an early edition of the news provided by the local reporting staff and wire services, a vital source of local, national and international information in those days prior to radio and television. The new publication was an immediate success, enjoying a wide circulation in the towns and rural communities surrounding Baton Rouge.

Women played major roles on the editorial staff during and after World War II. They got their main chance during the war, when they showed up so well that Publisher Charles P. Manship, 40, managed to keep them on the staff.

In the fall of Capital City Press moved their administrative offices to its present location, Bluebonnet Blvd. In the production facility at Bluebonnet was replaced with a new state-of-the-art facility at Reiger Road. The facility is equipped with MANRoland offset presses and a inch web.

John looks forward to continuing the tradition of leadership and appreciation for the people of Louisiana that his predecessors, the Manship family, helped to establish. The Georges family plans to continue to provide daily news via print and digital to readers in Baton Rouge, Lafayette, New Orleans, and surrounding areas.

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