List of TV Guide Editions - United States

United States

State Edition Dates in existence TV market availability Circulation (1988)
Alabama Alabama at least 1959-1963 Birmingham; Montgomery; Huntsville; Dothan; Columbus, GA
Gulf Coast at least by 1959 Biloxi, Mobile-Pensacola, Panama City 80,147
Northern Alabama from 1963 Birmingham, Huntsville, Florence, Tuscaloosa, Anniston 150,295
Southern Alabama from 1963 Montgomery; Selma; Dothan; Columbus, GA 57,456
Alaska Anchorage-Fairbanks 1997-1998 only Anchorage, Fairbanks, Juneau
Arizona Arizona 1959-1962, 2004-2005 Phoenix, Tucson, Yuma-El Centro, Flagstaff
Phoenix 1962-2004 Phoenix, Yuma-El Centro, Flagstaff 249,915
Tucson 1962-2004 Tucson 66,517
Arkansas Arkansas from 1959 Little Rock, Fort Smith-Fayetteville (southern part), Monroe-El Dorado, Shreveport-Texarkana (until 1982) 53,169
California Bakersfield from 1996 Bakersfield
Santa Barbara-Bakersfield 1982-1996 Bakersfield, Santa Barbara 179,543
Central California at least 1959-1982 Bakersfield, Fresno, Santa Barbara
Coachella Valley from 1997 Palm Springs
Fresno from 1982 Fresno (Was Fresno Media One edition from 1991.) 59,359
Los Angeles Metropolitan from 1966 Los Angeles, Palm Springs (before 1997) (Ultimate Cable edition 1998-2002; also customized editions for area cable operators in Los Angeles and Orange counties from 1997 to 2004) 1,281,144
Northern California at least by 1956 San Francisco-Oakland (until 1969), San Jose-Salinas (until 1969), Sacramento, Chico-Redding, Eureka, Reno (until 1965) 313,115
Sacramento (Comcast) 1997-2004 Sacramento
San Diego from 1966 San Diego (Also had edition for Cox Cable subscribers within the city limits) 240,256
San Francisco County 1997-2004 San Francisco-Oakland (within San Francisco County)
San Francisco Metropolitan from 1969 San Francisco-Oakland, San Jose-Salinas-Monterey 704,770
Santa Barbara-Ventura from 1996 Santa Barbara, Los Angeles (Ventura County portion)
Southern California 1953-1966 Los Angeles, San Diego, Santa Barbara
Colorado Colorado at least 1959-1979 Denver, Colorado Springs-Pueblo, Albuquerque
Denver from 1972 Denver (metro part) 88,459
Southern Colorado from 1979 Colorado Springs-Pueblo, Grand Junction 47,893
Connecticut Connecticut Valley at least 1959-1960 Hartford-New Haven, Springfield
Hartford-New Haven from 1980 Hartford-New Haven 167,577
Western New England 1960-1980 Hartford-New Haven, Springfield
District of Columbia Washington from 1994 Washington
Washington-Baltimore at least 1957-1994 Washington, Baltimore, Salisbury 539,485
Florida Central Florida 1960-1977 Orlando-Daytona Beach, Tampa-St. Petersburg, Ft. Myers
Florida State at least 1955-1960 Jacksonville, Orlando-Daytona Beach, Tampa-St. Petersburg, Ft. Myers
Florida-Georgia 1962-1973 Jacksonville, Tallahassee-Thomasville, Albany
Northern Florida 1960-1962, from 1973 Jacksonville, Gainesville, Tallahassee-Thomasville (Florida part, 1960-1962) 63,942
Orlando from 1977 Orlando-Daytona Beach 147,310
Sarasota 1977-1984 Sarasota, Ft. Myers
South Florida at least from 1958 Miami, West Palm Beach 223,680
Tampa Bay 1977-1984 Tampa-St. Petersburg
Tampa-Sarasota from 1984 Tampa-St. Petersburg, Sarasota, Ft. Myers-Naples 140,002
Georgia Atlanta from August 1980 Atlanta 301,802
Georgia at least 1959-1973 Atlanta, Macon, Chattanooga
North Georgia 1973-August 1980 Atlanta, Macon, Chattanooga
South Georgia from 1973 Columbus, Macon, Tallahassee-Thomasville, Albany 65,577
Hawaii Hawaii (Later renamed Hawaii-Oceanic Cable) from 1968 Honolulu (including satellite stations until 1993) 56,916
Idaho Idaho from 1975 Boise, Twin Falls, Idaho Falls-Pocatello 44,842
Illinois Chicago 1953-1965 Chicago, Rockford, South Bend (until 1962)
Eastern Illinois 9/15/1962- Springfield, Peoria, Champaign-Decatur 83,979
Chicago Metropolitan from 1965 Chicago 423,428
Illinois at least 1959-9/8/1962 Quad Cities (Illinois side, although issues were also sold on the Iowa side), Quincy-Hannibal, Springfield, Peoria, Champaign
Northern Illinois 1965-1973 Chicago (non-metro), Rockford
Western Illinois 9/15/1962- Quad Cities (Illinois side, although issues were also sold on the Iowa side) Quincy-Hannibal, Kirksville 92,896
Indiana Central Indiana 1962-2004 Indianapolis, Lafayette, Terre Haute 183,506
Evansville-Paducah 9/15/1962- Evansville, Paducah-Cape Girardeau-Harrisburg 82,584
Indiana at least 1955-1962 and 2004-2005 Indianapolis, Lafayette, Terre Haute, Ft. Wayne
Northern Indiana from 1962 Ft. Wayne, South Bend 120,416
Iowa Iowa at least by 1954 Des Moines, Cedar Rapids-Waterloo, Dubuque, Fort Dodge, Quad Cities (Iowa side, although some issues were sold on the Illinois side), Kirksville 148,222
Kansas Kansas State from 1960 Wichita, Great Bend, Hays, Garden City 61,749
Wichita at least 1958-1960 Wichita, Great Bend, Hays
Kentucky Kentucky 1956- Louisville, Lexington (Evansville through 9/8/1962 edition) 121,556
Louisiana Louisiana at least 1957-1959, later from 1962 Baton Rouge, Lafayette-Lake Charles, Alexandria 130,822
Louisiana-Mississippi 1959-1962 Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Lafayette-Lake Charles, Alexandria, Jackson, Meridian
New Orleans from 1972 New Orleans 64,090
Shreveport-Texarkana at least by 1983 Shreveport-Texarkana, Lufkin-Nacogdoches 72,607
Maine Maine 7/21/1973- Portland, Bangor, Presque Isle 90,207
Maryland Baltimore from 1994 Baltimore, Salisbury
Massachusetts Boston 1980-2004 Boston 461,105
Boston-Providence 2004-2005 Boston, Providence-New Bedford
Eastern New England 1960-1980 Boston, Providence-New Bedford (was known as the Boston edition briefly in 1968)
New England at least 1955-1960 Boston, Providence, Manchester, Portland
Springfield-Chicopee-Holyoke from 1980 Springfield 75,410
Worcester briefly in 1983 Boston (Worcester area)
Michigan Detroit at least by 1955 Detroit, Lansing (until 1957), Flint (until 1957), Toledo (until 1982) 172,116
Flint-Lansing from 1981 Flint-Saginaw-Bay City, Lansing-Jackson 127,314
Grand Rapids from 1981 Grand Rapids-Kalamazoo-Battle Creek-Muskegon 83,924
Michigan State at least 1957-1981 Flint-Saginaw-Bay City, Lansing-Jackson, Grand Rapids-Kalamazoo-Battle Creek-Muskegon, Traverse City-Cadillac, Alpena
Northern Michigan from 1981 Traverse City-Cadillac, Alpena 74,486
Minnesota Minneapolis-St. Paul from 1960 Minneapolis-St. Paul (metropolitan portion) 143,800
Minnesota State from 1958 Minneapolis-St. Paul (non-metro), Duluth-Superior, Rochester-Austin-Mason City, La Crosse-Eau Claire, Alexandria, Mankato 131,923
Northern Minnesota 1955-1958 Duluth, Minneapolis-St. Paul (non-metro, north of city), Fargo
Northwest at least 1954-1955 Duluth, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Rochester-Austin-Mason City, La Crosse-Eau Claire
Southern Minnesota 1955-1958 Minneapolis-St. Paul, Rochester-Austin-Mason City, La Crosse-Eau Claire
Mississippi Central Mississippi 1979-2004 Jackson, Meridian, Greenwood-Greenville, Tupelo (southern part) 42,934
Mississippi 1962-1979 Jackson, Meridian, Greenwood, Hattiesburg
Mississippi State 2004-2005 Jackson, Meridian, Greenwood, Hattiesburg, Biloxi
South Mississippi 1979-2004 Biloxi, Hattiesburg, Meridian 45,541
Missouri Kansas City at least by 1959 Kansas City, Topeka, St. Joseph 219,837
Missouri at least by 1958 Springfield, Joplin-Pittsburg, Jefferson City-Columbia, Ft. Smith-Fayetteville (northern part) 118,013
St. Louis at least by 1959 St. Louis 240,873
Montana Montana from December 4, 1965 Billings, Helena, Great Falls, Butte, Missoula, Miles City, Glendive 27,907
Nebraska Nebraska at least by 1956 Omaha (until 1996), Lincoln-Hastings-Kearney, North Platte, Sioux City, Sioux Falls (Until 1979 split-run advertisements also mentioned McCook, Rapid City, and the entire state of Wyoming, but there was no mention of any television stations in those areas) 126,290
Greater Omaha from 1996 Omaha
Nevada Las Vegas 1997-2004 Las Vegas
Nevada 1965-1997 and 2004-2005 Las Vegas, Reno, Sacramento (area near Lake Tahoe, until 1990) 76,885
Reno 1997-2004 Reno, Sacramento (area near Lake Tahoe)
New Hampshire New Hampshire from July 21, 1973 Boston (New Hampshire part), Portland (New Hampshire part) 151,691
Northern New England 1960-1973 Bangor, Portland, Manchester
New Jersey New Jersey-Pennsylvania 1971-1982 (approximately) served non-metro portions of New Jersey
New Mexico New Mexico from 1981 Albuquerque-Santa Fe, El Paso, Roswell 82,407
Albuquerque 1979-1981 Albuquerque
New York Albany from 1977 Albany, Burlington-Plattsburgh (southern part) 76,795
Binghamton at least 1959-1965 Binghamton, Elmira
Buffalo Metropolitan from 1977 Buffalo-Niagara Falls 92,382
Central New York State 1973-1977 Syracuse
Eastern New York State 1965-1977 Albany, Utica, Syracuse (until 1973), Burlington-Plattsburgh (southern part)
New York Metropolitan from 1953 New York 1,600,174
New York State at least 1955-1965 Albany, Rochester, Syracuse, Utica, Watertown
Pennsylvania-New York from 1973 Binghamton, Elmira, Wilkes-Barre-Scranton, Syracuse (2004-2005 only) 65,066
Rochester from 1977 Rochester 57,063
Syracuse 1977-2004 Syracuse, Utica, Watertown (except eastern St. Lawrence County) 62,718
Western New York State From 1965 Buffalo, Rochester (Served non-metro areas from 1977 on.) 54,237
North Carolina Carolina-Tennessee 3/26/1960-August 1980 Knoxville, Bristol-Kingsport-Johnson City, Asheville-Greenville-Spartanburg
Charlotte from 1980 Charlotte, Greensboro-High Point-Winston-Salem 165,165
Eastern North Carolina from 1980 Raleigh-Durham, Wilmington, Greenville-New Bern-Washington 152,024
North Carolina 1957-1980 Charlotte, Greensboro-High Point-Winston-Salem, Raleigh-Durham, Wilmington, Greenville-New Bern-Washington
North Dakota Dakota-Winnipeg 1958-1965 Winnipeg, Brandon, Fargo, Bismarck, Minot, Aberdeen, Pembina
North Dakota from 1965 Fargo-Grand Forks, Bismarck-Minot-Williston, Aberdeen (until 1971), Pembina (until 1975), Dickinson (after 1978) 47,343
Ohio Central Ohio 1972-1980 Dayton, Lima, Zanesville, Columbus (outside metro area)
Cincinnati 1980-2004 Cincinnati 163,650
Cincinnati-Columbus-Dayton at least by 1954-1956 Cincinnati, Columbus, Dayton
Cincinnati-Dayton 1972-1980 Cincinnati, Dayton
Cleveland at least 1959-1975 Cleveland, Youngstown, Erie
Cleveland Metropolitan from 1975 Cleveland 53,490
Columbus Metropolitan 1980-2004 Columbus 106,036
Dayton 1980-2004 Dayton 119,887
Northern Ohio from 1975 Cleveland (oustide metro area) 70,869
Southern Ohio 1956-1972; Revived 2004-2005 Dayton, Zanesville, Cincinnati (outside metro area in 1957-73 edition), Columbus (outside metro area in 1957-73 edition)
Toledo-Lima from 1982 Toledo, Lima 70,287
Youngstown-Erie from 1975 Youngstown, Erie 168,683
Oklahoma Oklahoma at least 1959-1965, 1970-1981 and 2004-2005 Oklahoma City, Tulsa
Oklahoma City 1965-1970, 1981-2004 Oklahoma City 105,374
Tulsa 1965-1970, 1981-2004 Tulsa 40,459
Oregon Eugene 1977-1984 Eugene, Bend
Oregon/Oregon State 8/20/1955-1977;
1984-10/16/2005
Portland, Eugene, Klamath Falls, Medford, Roseburg, Coos Bay, Bend (Portland edition separated from this edition in 1961, and merged back into it in 2003. Eugene edition separated from this edition 1977-1984. During this time, name changed to Southern Oregon State edition.) 52,881
Portland 7/15/1961-12/26/2003 Portland, Salem, Vancouver, WA; merged with Oregon State in 2003
(Ultimate Cable/Paragon/AT&T/Comcast edition 10/9/1999-10/1/2005)
108,423
Southern Oregon State 1977-1984 Eugene, Klamath Falls, Medford, Roseburg, Coos Bay (Derived from Oregon State edition during the time the Eugene edition was being published.)
Pennsylvania Central Pennsylvania from 1965 Harrisburg-Lancaster-York-Lebanon, Binghamton (until 1973), Elmira (until 1973) 171,254
Hazleton-Williamsport at least 1959-1965 This edition served cable systems in these two cities
Johnstown-Altoona 1975-2004 Johnstown-Altoona; Merged with Pittsburgh in 2004 71,796
Northeast Pennsylvania at least 1955-1957 Wilkes Barre-Scranton
Philadelphia from 1953 Philadelphia (metro portion) 561,186
Pittsburgh (Metro) at least from 1959 Pittsburgh (Including Johnstown-Altoona, Wheeling-Steubenville, Clarksburg-Weston and Youngstown. Each would have their own edition but was still listed in this one until their editions merged back into Pittsburgh's in 2004) ; (Experimental large format in 1991). Was Pittsburgh Metro edition 1975-2004 262,554
Scranton-Wilkes-Barre 1956-1973 Wilkes Barre-Scranton. (Merged into the Pennsylvania-New York edition, according to the Library of Congress.)
Southeast Pennsylvania from 1973 Harrisburg-Lancaster-York-Lebanon, Philadelphia (non-metro, west of city) 99,215
Rhode Island Providence 1980-2004 Providence-New Bedford 202,367
South Carolina Greenville-Spartanburg-Asheville from 1980 Greenville-Spartanburg-Asheville 98,319
South Carolina at least by 1959 Columbia, Charleston, Florence, Augusta, Savannah 116,398
Tennessee Bristol-Kingsport-Johnson City August 1980- Bristol-Kingsport-Johnson City 70,643
Knoxville-Chattanooga August 1980-2005 Knoxville, Chattanooga 57,327
Memphis 2/27/1960-2005 Memphis, Jackson-Lexington, Tupelo (Columbus and West Point after 1980), Jonesboro (added in 1967), Greenville-Greenwood (after 1980) 106,989
Nashville 2/27/1960-2005 Nashville, Bowling Green (Paducah-Cape Girardeau through 9/8/1962 issue) (Experimental large format in 1991) 130,717
Tennessee 8/25/1956-2/20/1960 Nashville, Jackson, Memphis, Tupelo, Paducah-Cape Girardeau
Texas Austin 2000-2005 Austin
Dallas-Fort Worth from 1972 Dallas-Ft. Worth (metro portion) 162,659
El Paso 1960-1981 El Paso, Roswell
Houston from 1977 Houston 176,012
North Texas at least by 1955 Dallas-Ft. Worth (outside metro area from 1972), Ada-Denton, Tyler, Waco-Temple (until 9/17/1960 and 10/5/1968 - 2005), Wichita Falls-Lawton 78,384
San Antonio 1991-2003 San Antonio
South Texas at least 1959-2000 San Antonio (until 1991), Austin, Corpus Christi, Laredo (at least by 1978), Harlingen-Weslaco-Brownsville (at least by 1978), Waco-Temple (from 9/24/60 until 9/28/68) 73,828
South Texas (Revised, with cable listings) 2000-2005 San Antonio, Corpus Christi, Laredo, Harlingen-Weslaco-Brownsville
Southeast Texas at least by 1959 Houston (outside metro area from 1977), Beaumont-Port Arthur 58,778
West Texas from 1959 Amarillo, Lubbock, Midland-Odessa, Abilene-Sweetwater, San Angelo 57,214
Utah Salt Lake from 1975 Salt Lake City, Grand Junction (until 1979) 112,043
Utah-Idaho at least 1958-1975 Salt Lake City, Boise, Twin Falls, Idaho Falls, Grand Junction
Vermont Vermont from 1975 Burlington-Plattsburgh, Watertown (eastern St. Lawrence County) 45,486
Virginia Central Virginia 1962-2004 Roanoke, Bluefield-Beckley-Oak Hill; Merged into Virginia in 2004 63,041
Eastern Virginia 1962-2004 Norfolk, Richmond, Charlottesville-Harrisonburg; Merged into Virginia in 2004 157,101
Virginia 1957-1962 Norfolk, Richmond, Bristol-Kingsport-Johnson City, Roanoke
Virginia State 2004-2005 Norfolk, Richmond, Charlottesville-Harrisonburg, Roanoke-Lynchburg
Virginia-Carolina at least 1955-1957 Norfolk, Roanoke, Richmond, Raleigh-Durham, Greensboro-High Point-Winston-Salem
Washington Eastern Washington State at least by 1957 Spokane (non-metro only from 1979; Returned in 2004 merger), Yakima, Kennewick-Pasco-Richland, Moses Lake (during KBAS's 1957-61 existence), Walla Walla (for the brief time in 1960 that KNBS-TV lasted), Lewiston and, until 1965, Missoula and Great Falls 47,379
Puget Sound 1961-1972; revived 1997-2004 Seattle, Bellingham; also Vancouver and Victoria until 1965 (Latter years served as cable guide listings)
Seattle-Tacoma 1961-1972 and 2004-2005 Seattle (Ultimate Cable edition 1998-2002)
Spokane 1979-2004 Spokane (metro area); Returned to Eastern Washington in 2004 48,422
Western Washington State 1954-1961; 1972-2004 Seattle, Bellingham; also Vancouver and Victoria (Renamed Seattle-Tacoma in 2004) 310,552
West Virginia Huntington at least in 1953 Huntington
West Virginia at least by 1959 Charleston-Huntington, Bluefield-Beckley-Oak Hill, Parkersburg 137,246
Wheeling-Steubenville 1975-2004 Wheeling-Steubenville, Clarksburg-Fairmont; Merged with Pittsburgh in 2004 106,039
Wisconsin Illinois-Wisconsin 1973-2001; 2004-2005 Madison, Milwaukee, Rockford, Chicago (Northern areas) 241,338
Madison 2001-2004 Madison
Milwaukee Metro 2001-2004 Milwaukee
Northern Wisconsin from 1973 Green Bay, Wausau-Rhinelander, Marquette 166,183
Wisconsin 1956-1973 Milwaukee, Madison, Green Bay, Wausau, Marquette
Wyoming Northern Colorado from 1979 Casper, Cheyenne, Riverton, Scottsbluff, Alliance, Rapid City (Despite the title, this edition primarily served Wyoming.) 55,612

Source for 1988 circulation figures: Audit Bureau of Circulation, June 30, 1988, Consumer Magazine and Agri-Media Rates and Data, January 27, 1989, pp. 465-67.

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