List of TV Guide Editions

List Of TV Guide Editions

These are the regional editions of TV Guide and the markets they served and the periods they existed. Each edition is listed under exactly one region. Thus, for editions overlapping region lines, the listing appears in only one of the neighboring regions. For example, the Nebraska edition also included stations in Sioux City, Iowa, and Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

There were no TV Guide editions for the U.S. territories, although Puerto Rico has a similar magazine called Teve Guia. Also, two U.S. states (South Dakota and Delaware) never had their own editions. (South Dakota's two major markets are both considered too small for their own editions and too far apart from one another to be included in one edition, and the entire state of Delaware is part of either the Philadelphia market, or the Salisbury market.)

Many of the dates are imprecise because exact dates of when editions went into and out of circulation are not easily available.

Unless otherwise noted, United States editions can be assumed to have ended with the October 9, 2005 issue, the last date TV Guide published regional editions.

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