The Anchorage Daily News is a daily newspaper based in Anchorage, Alaska, in the United States. It is often referred to colloquially as either "the Daily News" or "the ADN". With a circulation of about 57,622 daily and 71,223 Sundays, it is by far the most widely read newspaper in the state of Alaska.
The current editor of the Anchorage Daily News is Pat Dougherty.
The newspaper has about 450 full-time employees in Anchorage headquarters and Matanuska-Susitna Valley, Kenai Peninsula, Juneau, and Minneapolis, MN bureaus. The paper sells within Alaska at the retail price of 75¢ Monday through Saturday, with the Sunday/Thanksgiving edition selling for $1.50. The retail price for the paper outside of Alaska and home delivery subscription rates vary by location.
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