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  • Newspapers
    • The Afterlife 
        • Newspaper that Betelgeuse reads.
        • Headline: SANDWORM INCIDENTS INCREASE 13% FROM LAST YEAR
    • Albuquerque Times Standard
        • Dexter finds an article about his next target, the serial drunk driving Matt Brewster. (Season 1 episode Crocodile)
    • America Today
        • Newspaper headline in the movie Left Below, a parody of Left Behind, about the rapture: PERMISSIVE LIFESTYLES ON RISE / BIBLE MOCKED (Season 16 episode Thank God it's Doomsday)
    • Amity Gazette
        • Local newspaper on Amity Island.
    • The Atlanta Telegraph
        • Newspaper seen in opening credits during season 1. Headline: Officer Shot, with picture of Rick.
    • Banner Times
        • The newspaper wrapped around the strange device in Ronan's father's satchel. The headline is about President Clinton being assassinated.
    • The Barney Bugle
        • Lisa's newspaper inspires Barney to start a newspaper of his own, though its mostly culled from wire services. (Season 15 episode Fraudcast News)
    • Bayside News
        • Vince grunted and waved a hand at him. Dave continued, unperturbed. " - so I made a little trip downstreet to Bayside News and asked if I could examine a package of cigarettes. My request was granted, and I observed that there was indeed an ink-stamp on the bottom, not a postage-type stamp. I then made a call to the Attorney General's Office and spoke to a fellow name of Murray in a department called Evidence Storage and filing. I was as diplomatic as I could possibly be, Stephanie, because at that time those two dumbbell detectives would still have been on active duty - "
    • Beacon News Service
        • Company that publishes The Daily Chronicle, the newspaper that Henry Bemis reads. (Season 1 episode Time Enough At Last) News service listed on the front page of the Dansburg Gazette, the newspaper that's putting smaller competitor The Dansburg Courier out of business. (Season 4 episode Printer's Devil)
    • Bicksler Gazette
        • Local newspaper that reports on the Crimson Bolt: "Costumed man sends two to ICU"
    • The Boca Breeze
        • Jerry' parents' condo newsletter. A pinko commie rag, according to Jerry's father. (Season 9 episode The Wizard)
    • Boston Chronicle
        • Fictional newspaper. There was a real Boston Chronicle at one point, but that was back in the 1700s. This is a current newspaper. (Season 1 episode It's Summer and We're Running Out of Ice)
    • The Boston Guardian
        • 
Fictional newspaper. Headline: VANKO GUILTY OF PSYING.
    • Boston Sentinel
        • One of the newspaper reporters in Cheers during the councilwoman's visit is from the Boston Sentinel (Season 4 episodes 24/25/26 Strange Bedfellows Parts I-III)
    • The Boston Times
        • Newspaper that Greg and Marcia claim once printed 'a million copies of page 9 right on top of page 8,' leaving page 8 blank. They also claim it was the Chicago Post. (Episode Dear Libby)
    • The Bredon Gazette
        • Reporter Philip Redfield finds a copy of The Bredon Gazette newspaper in the Horn Hotel in Peaceful Valley dated March 6, 1953 with the headline: STALIN DEAD. (Season 4 episode Valley of the Shadow)
    • Bridgefield Herald
        • Miranda escapes from her room, gets to a computer and pulls up the Bridgefield Herald online newspaper, where she researches information about Rachel, the girl thought to have committed suicide by jumping off Ashley Bridge into the Pawtucket River.
    • British Sun Times
        • British tabloid newspaper featuring story about Moses Taylor, star of the TV show Wrench, hunting people (Season 2)
    • Brixton Daily Record
        • Headline: SEARCH FOR MISSING BRIXTON WOMAN ENTERS FOURTH DAY.
    • The Brooklyn Advocate
        • Newspaper where Fred works when the movie starts, but he quits when it gets bought by media conglomerate Wembley News.
    • BSA Today
        • Newspaper in the world where the Americans lost the Revolutionary War. (Season 1 episode The Prince of Wails)
    • Bulletin Tribune
        • Newspaper Mike researches for information on Dolphin Hotel.
    • The Business Tribune
        • Local newspaper. Headline: IS YOUR BUSINESS TIGHT BUTTHOLE? IT BETTER BE. (Season 7 episode Party Gawds)
    • The Calgary Times Examiner
        • Newspaper. Micheal and Janet go undercover as reporers to meet Doug Forcett (Season 3 episode Don't Let the Good Life Pass You By)
        • Headline: Suicide at Shawshank - Warden's Death Burdens Transition. (Season 1 episode Severance)
    • The Castle Rock Times
        • Newspaper that Irene Reppler reads in the supermarket.
    • Central City Tribune
        • Newspaper dispenser in Central City, visible when Barry visits Bark Central for his job interview. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
    • Chateau D'If Times
        • New record added 5/11/2022
        • Prison newspaper in 19th century Paris, France from Marge's tale of revenge, where Homer is sentenced after Moe frames him as an English traitor. Headline: PRISONER’S WIFE REMARRIES. (Season 18 episode Revenge is a Dish Best Served Three Times - segment The Count of Monte Fatso)
    • The Chelsea Reporter
        • Monica reviews the Italian restaurant Allesandro's for the Chelsea Reporter, giving it a bad review, and, after confronting her about it, the owner ends up offering her a job as head chef. (Season 4 episode The One Where They're Going to Party)
    • The Chicago Chronicle
        • Chicago newspaper. There was once a real Chicago Chronicle, but not since 1907.
    • Chicago Herald
        • Fictional newspaper mentioned in resistance message broadcast from Pilsen Elementary School.
    • Chicago Herald Recorder
        • Newspaper headline on October 7th, 1980: SOVIETS EXPAND ZVEZDA LUNAR BASE. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
    • The Chicago Post
        • Newspaper that Greg and Marcia claim once printed 'a million copies of page 9 right on top of page 8,' leaving page 8 blank. They also claim it was the Boston Times. (Episode Dear Libby)
    • The Chippewa Bugle
        • New record added 5/11/2022
        • A Native American reporter asks Lisa questions after her presentation on her made up Hitachee Native American tribe. Headline: FEDS TO KEEP INTEREST RATES STEADY. (Season 18 episode Little big Girl)
    • Christian Science Monitor
        • News outlet mentioned in the response to the publication of identical doctrinaire denunciations of Short's elevation: "Christian Science Monitor ignored it. Times of India snickered at it editorially, and the Manchester Guardian reported it without comment."
        • While the show was filmed in HD 16:9, most TVs at the time displayed SD 4:3. Well, it turns that a few details were added that only HD viewers would be able to see, including a headline in The Chronicle newspaper that reads, "Losers with Old Televisions Miss Out on High Definition Jokes"
    • Chronicle-Gazette
        • Newspaper Fletch claims to be with when he calls Stanwyck's secretary.
    • Citadel Daily
        • Newspaper in the Citadel of Ricks. Headline: WHICH RICK WILL IT BE? The Presidential race is on! (Season 3 episode The Ricklantis Mixup)
    • The City Chronicle
        • Local newspaper in The City (Season 2 episode A.E.G.I.S. and You)
    • City Herald
        • Local newspaper in The City. (Episode The License, The Tick vs. Justice)
    • City News Report
        • One of the newspapers that Frank researches at the library.
    • The Click and Scroll
        • Guy's nationally recognized news service sponsor, an online paper.
    • Cold River Patriot
        • Newspaper on Junior's desk when he writes a letter to the Bow Tie Killer.
    • The Collins County Register
        • Newspaper in New Hampshire that Mr. James wants to buy and rename The Daily Jimmy. (Season 5 episode New Hampshire)
    • Conquering Times
        • Fictional newspaper from fake review by Napoleon Bonapart on one of the Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure movie poster: "I am zee best part of zee entire movie! I give myself a 10+ I am DELIGHTFUL! WONDERFUL! PERFECT! C'est MAGNIFICENT!" -Napoleon Bonapart, CONQUERING TIMES.
    • Consolidated Press
        • Press service listed on the front page of the Dansburg Gazette, the newspaper that's putting smaller competitor The Dansburg Courier out of business. (Season 4 episode Printer's Devil)
    • County Register
        • Newspaper clipping in the Abbot house: Image of Massacred Military Shocks the World.
    • The Courier Press
        • Online newspaper seen on Thomas Anderson's computer screen.
    • D.C. Post-Times
        • Newspaper. Headline: "GRISHAM TO RETIRE FROM THE SUPREME COURT" (Season 1 episode She Was Killed by Space Junk)
    • Daily Bugle
        • Newspaper where Peter works as a freelance photographer.
        • Daily Bugle headline: "WHERE ARE THEY?!? Still No Word on Missing Heroes" (Issue #252 Homecoming)
        • J.Jonah Jameson from Spider-Man comics shows up at Sarge's newstand where the Joes are set up watching the Cobra Consulate building, asking for a copy of The Daily Bugle (Issue #95 No Turning Back)
        • Peter works as a freelance photographer, selling photos of Spider-Man in action.
        • Newspaper headline: OSCORP MAY LOSE CONTRACT TO QUEST
        • Peter still works as a freelance photographer, selling pictures of Spider-Man.
        • Newspaper headline: Spider-Man No More
        • Newspaper where Peter works as a freelance photographer. Peter battles Eddie Brock for a staff position.
        • Headline on the copy seen near Spider-Man's grave: "Spider-Man Dead". Restaurant review of TGI Spideys seen in Peter B. Parker's One last time alternate dimension story with the headline: "TGI Spideys is Disgusting"
        • Newspaper that releases (edited) footage depicting Spider-Man allegedly murdering Mysterio during the Battle of London, as well as footage of Mysterio exposing Spider-Man's identity as Peter Parker.
    • Daily Chronicle
        • Newspaper from multiple episodes.
        • Newspaper that Henry Bemis reads. Headline: H-BOMB CAPABLE OF TOTAL DESTRUCTION (Episode Time Enough At Last)
        • Newspaper headline: KANAMITS PROMISE NEW ERA! (Episode To Serve Man)
        • (Episode What You Need)
        • Newspaper headline: Hollywood Starlet on Tour / Miss Penny Jackson Arriving On Trans-East Flight From Buffalo Today (Episode The Arrival)
        • (Episode And When the Sky Was Opened)
        • Newspaper from silent movie sketch (Season 3 Like an Old Time Movie)
        • Newspaper headline from the Game world: "It's a good day to die!" (Season 3 episode Rules of the Game)
    • The Daily Courier
        • Newspaper headline on March 10, 1890: Government surplus only 85 million (Season 3 episode Once Upon a Time)
    • The Daily Dispatch
        • Headlines: SCIENTIST TRAVELS IN TIME!, WORLD REACTION TO TIME TRAVEL Could it be a Weapon?
        • Dan's newspaper featuring a story about Harry's date with rock star Jennifer Black. (Season 1 episode Harry and the Rock Star)
    • Daily Drool
        • Daily newspaper in which Professor Swivel made fantastic statements regarding the achievements of the Snoring-in-the-Hay Rocket Society in the winter of 1952.
    • Daily Fourth Gradian
        • Springfield Elementary's official fourth grade newspaper. Headline: BART TO MARTIN: "EAT MY SHORTS" (Season 2 episode Lisa's Substitute) Headling: FOODFIGHT FOILED FISHSTICKS SEIZED (Season 3 episode Separate Vocations) Martin Prince introduces himself as "Martin Prince, Daily Fourth Gradian" when he asks Principal Skinner a question on Seymour Skinner Day. (Season 14 episode Little Girl in the Big Ten)
        • Newspaper headline on the world where Maggie's counterpart was a famous astronaut: President Stevenson Signs Historic Pact with Space Aliens, referring to RAFTA, the Reticulan-American Free Trade Agreement. (Season 5 episode The Return of Maggie Beckett)
    • The Daily Independent Banner Times
        • Newspaper created by the motion picture prop house The Earl Hayes Press.
    • The Daily Independent Press Herald
        • Newspaper headline: ASTRONAUT GAINES TO ORBIT EARTH (Season 4 episode The Parallel) a.k.a The Daily Press Herald. Newspaper headline: KANAMITS OFFER PEACE AND PROSPERITY (Season 3 episode To Serve Man)
    • The Daily Jimmy
        • The name Jimmy wants to give to the New Hampshire newspaper The Collins County Register. (Season 5 episode New Hampshire)
        • Newspaper John finds in Frank's box of stuff. Headline: AMAZINS TAKE GAME 2.
    • Daily Planet
        • A Daily Planet van drives by. "Reporting on the planet daily” A bundle of newspapers lands on the ground. Headline: SECURITY BANK OF MANHATTAN SEEKS NEW ARCHITECT (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
        • Newspaper based out of Metropolis. (Pilot episode)
        • The Daily Planet: QUEEN INDUSTRIES CEO MISSING, PRESUMED DEAD (Pilot episode)
        • The Daily Planet: Massive solar flare causes communications disruptions. (Season 3 episode Perry)
        • The Daily Planet: Masked Man continues to rampage Metropolis (Season 3 episode Exile)
    • The Daily Review
        • Newspaper headline: Taylor Commits Suicide, Location of Bodies Still Unknown.
    • Daily Rumor
        • Newspaper from the opening credits sequence, featuring several newspapers and headlines about the mysterious demon supposedly working for the government: THE GOVERNMENT HIDES THE TRUTH.
    • Daily Set-Up
        • Newspaper that Lisa reads at the kitchen table, how she learns that special effects wizard Tom Savini is going to be appearing at the comic book store. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
        • Newspaper Harry prints up for his date. Headline: JUDGE DATES REPORTER (Season 8 episode When Harry Met Margaret)
    • The Daily Tattler
        • Tabloid newspaper featuring a story about Gargoyles coming to life in the city. (Season 1 episode The Thrill of the Hunt)
    • The Daily Telegram
        • Newspaper from the opening credits sequence, featuring several newspapers and headlines about the mysterious demon supposedly working for the government: DOES HE LIVE NEAR YOU?
    • Daily Worker
        • Communist newspaper that Elaine's new boyfriend Ned reads. (Season 6 episode The Race)
    • Daily World TImes
        • Columnists include Penny Rose and Robert Schwest.
        • S.W.O.R.D. intelligence includes The Daily newspaper dated March 31, 1999 featuring story on Sokovia being attacked when Wanda and Pietro were ten years old. (Season.1 episode On A Very Special Episode...)
    • Dallas Book Depository Sun Times
        • When Charlie has Ed pretend to be a reporter interviewing Will, he tells Will that Ed is from the Dallas Book Depository Sun Times. (Episode Charlie Tests His Will Power)
    • The Dallas Chronicle 
        • Glenda calls reporters of The Dallas Chronicle to write a story on Deke.
    • The Dallas Record
        • Fictional newspaper. Headline: SOVIET SCIENTIST VANKO DEFECTS.
    • The Dallas Times Tribute
        • Fictional Dallas newspaper seen during Jake's stay in Holden, Kentucky.
    • The Dansburg Courier
        • Doug Winter's newspaper that's going out of business. "The people's voice" (Season 4 episode Printer's Devil)
    • Dansburg Gazette
        • Larger newspaper that's putting Doug Winter's Dansburg Courier out of business, where Doug's linotype operator Andy Praskins leaves to go work. (Season 4 episode Printer's Devil)
    • Data Universal Daily News
        • Newspaper on the Data Universal World, a world ruled by an automated credit agency. (Season 5 episode Please Press One)
    • Davanna County Gazette
        • Newspaper headline: UFO Scare? Or Just Swamp Gas?
    • Deertown Bugle
        • Newspaper Joseph Stalin is reading at the diner. (Season 1 episode The Tick vs. Arthur's Bank Account)
    • The Denver Observer
        • The framed newspaper Lloyd sees in the hotel bar, featuring a story and headline about the moon landing.
    • Derry Herald
        • Local newspaper in Derry.
    • Derry News
        • Local newspaper in Derry that George's older brother uses to build his paper boat.
    • Detroit Tribute
        • During Arnie Blondestone's first year out of journalism school, he gets knocked cold for covering Devil's Night for the Detroit Tribute.
    • The Devonian
        • "My God! So I really did it. You know what? I thought I was going to do it. It felt as though I had that stop watch in my head and I could hear myself going just a little bit faster than A. Hopkins Parker.”
          "The worst thing is there weren't any witnesses. And I'm no official timekeeper. I don't think it will count.”
          "Well of course it won't count.”
          "You can try it again and break it again. Tomorrow. We'll get the coach in here, and all the official timekeepers and I'll call up The Devonian to send a reporter and a photographer - ”
          He climbed out of the pool. "I'm not going to do it again,” he said quietly.
    • The Dispatch
        • Newspaper on the Data Universal World, a world ruled by an automated credit agency. (Season 5 episode Please Press One)
    • Durbin Call-Clarion
        • It was a small-town, once-weekly West Virginia newspaper called the Durbin CallClarion, put out by a retired lawyer named James D. Hogliss, and its circulation figures had always been good because Hogliss had been a fiery defender of the miners' right to organize in the late 1940s and in the 1950s, and because his anti-establishment editorials were always filled with hellfire and brimstone missiles aimed at the government hacks at every level, from town to federal.
    • Electronic Media
        • December 23 newspaper headline: "How crafty is Cross?"
        • Mac shares an article in the Enquiring Star newspaper about a group of religious zealots, whose god looks just like Bull. Most of them live in A country called Himalfadonia, but there are a few in Manhattan. (Season 8 episode A Night Court at the Opera)
    • Estes Park Daily
        • Newspaper Jack uses to researchthe history of the Overlook Hotel at the Sidewinder public library.
    • Evening News
        • Headline: Japanese student murdered.
        • Instead of action, Star Wars: The Phantom Menace parody movie Cosmic Wars: The Gathering Shadow features two hours of political intrigue, with the Empire's Galactic Senate calling roll for numerous star systems. One star system representative that resembles an AT-AT from Star Wars proposes an amendment to Space bill number 371. When told to wait it's turn, it sits down and reads an Evening Standard newspaper. (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
    • The Evening Star
        • When Stella leaves to meet Stanley at the bar, Blanche stays alone waiting for Mitch. When a young man comes to collect money for The Evening Star newspaper, Blanche is already drunk and uninhibited. She first begins to flirt with him by hitting his ego and by likening him to a prince from Arabian Nights.
        • Gotham City newsoaper. Headline: KILLER CLOWN ON THE LOOSE.
    • Extra - the News
        • The newspaper shown as musical ends in last episode of season 2. Headline: New broadway show a hit!!New Zealand boys have hit musical.
    • Faire Forrest Gazette
        • Newspaper sold outside the Swamp Gas Grab-n-Go convenience store. Headline: "Is the Sword Mightier?"
    • Federation News Service
        • Jake tells Nog that he told the Federation News Service that he could get an exclusive interview with Grand Nagus Zek. (Season 6 episode Valiant)
    • Financial Times
        • Newspaper that the "Wall Street guy" is wearing during Xander's diner test.
    • Foreign News Letter
        • News service listed on the tenant sign in the foyer of the Martin-Victor building.
    • Fun Time Novelty Press
        • Harry has a fake newspaper printed up to trick the gang into thinking this alma matter's hockey team won their game. Roz figures it out. (Season 6 episode Rock-A-Bye Baby)
    • The Gellar Yeller
        • Gellar Family newsletter that Ross mentions. (Season 8 episode The One Where Joey Dates Rachel)
    • The Gleam
        • Newspaper from the opening credits sequence, featuring several newspapers and headlines about the mysterious demon supposedly working for the government: U.S. GOV'T HIDES TRUTH ABOUT CREATURE.
    • Global Enquirer
        • Newspaper created by the motion picture prop house The Earl Hayes Press. Stand in for the National Enquirer.
        • Hank Meyer, reporter from the Globe that drives a convertible hearse, comes to court looking for tower killers or really colorful psychopaths. (Season 3 episode Halloween, Too)
        • During a tour of the Springfield Shopper building for the children of Springfield Elementary, we learn that over the years, the Shopper merged with the Times, Post, Globe, Herald, Jewish News and Hot Sex Weekly to become Springfield's #1 newspaper. (Season 11 episode Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?)
    • Golden Coast Daily News
        • Newspaper clipping on Arthur's obsession wall (Pilot episode)
    • Gotham City Times
        • Newspaper seen (Season 1 episode Batman is Riled) Headlines: "CRIME WAVE GROWS!", "POLICE POWERLESS!", "BATMAN AND ROBIN FOILED AGAIN!" and "THE JOKER IS WILD!"
        • Appearance. (episode Zelda the Great)
        • Appearance. (episode A Death Worse than Fate)
    • Gotham Globe
        • Headline: BATMAN CRACKS JOKER'S POISON CODE!
    • Gotham Herald
        • New record added 5/11/2022
        • Newspaper from Bart’s tale of revenge. Newspaper headlines: CRIMSON COCKATOO BEATEN SENSELESS and MUSCULAR CHILD TERRORIZES UNDERWORLD. (Season 18 episode Revenge is a Dish Best Served Three Times - segment Bartman Begins)
    • Gotham Journal
        • Gotham City newspaper. Headline: VIGILANTE CLOWN STILL AT LARGE.
    • Greendale Communist Worker
        • New record added 5/3/2022
        • One of the connections in Abed’s Crazy Quilt of Destiny is an article from the Greendale Communist Worker newspaper titled PUNKY PROTESTORS PERVERT PROGRESS, featuring a photograph of Britta and her anarchist collective An-Her-Chists in front of the Greendale County Courthouse. As it turns out, Jeff is also in the photo - he was the lawyer that got their case thrown out. (Season 4 episode Heroic Origins)
    • Greendale Gazette
        • Newspaper at the Ass Crack Bandit press conference, apparently split from the Mirror at some point. Gwen Ridley, Greendale Gazette. Is this the return of the Ass Crack Bandit? (Season 5 episode Basic Intergluteal Numismatics)
    • Greendale Mirror
        • Newspaper at the Ass Crack Bandit press conference, apparently split from the Gazette at some point. Tim Briggs, Greendale Mirror. Is it true that after the attack, you received a letter from the Ass Crack Bandit? (Season 5 episode Basic Intergluteal Numismatics)
    • Greendale Times
        • Magazine featuring Dean Pelton after he joins the school board. Headline: “Yes, I’m on the School Board,” says Gay Dean. (Season 6 episode Queer Studies & Advanced Waxing)
    • The Greendale Weekly Observation Mirror
        • Newspaper vending machine next to the United States Postal Service boxes where a naked Chang walks up with a note: "Hello, my name is Kevin. I have Changnesia." (Season 4 episode History 101)
    • The Grump
        • Local newspaper Gordon's father holds up after the Phantom Pilot saves the Orbit Guard fleet from Larson Petty's invading squadron. Headline: PHANTOM PILOT SAVES VELCRO (Season 1 episode Phantom Pilot)
    • Haven Herald
        • Haven newspaper, first mentioned (Season 1 episode Welcome to Haven) Located on King Street.
    • The Hawkins Post
        • Local Hawkins newspaper (Season 2 episodes Chapter One: MADMAX, Chapter Five: Dig Dug) Newspaper where Jonathan and Nancy work. (Season 3 episode Suzie, Do You Copy?)
    • The Hawks Report
        • Bobby Hawks' newspaper on the tabloid world that prints the truth. Headlines: Heavy Fighting Continues in Switzerland, President Expected to Address L.A. road - But Not Issues "The truth America doesn't want to know" (Season 5 episode A Current Affair)
    • The Herald of Haven
        • Haven newspaper seen during the show's opening credits.
    • Herald Tribune
        • Newspaper clippings on the wall in Greaser's Cafe, a 50's style restaurant in Springfield. (Season 11 episode Take My Wife, Sleaze)
        • Ellen becomes a restaurant reviewer for the Herald, writing a column called Chicago's Best Burger Bets. When she's trying to decide on a name, Emily mentions that she likes Chopped Meat is my Beat. The first restaurant that she reviews is the O.K. Burger Corral. (Season 3 episode Life is a Hamburger)
        • Sleezy reporter Craven is back, this time he says he's with The Herald. (Season 2 episode Harry and the Madam)
        • During a tour of the Springfield Shopper building for the children of Springfield Elementary, we learn that over the years, the Shopper merged with the Times, Post, Globe, Herald, Jewish News and Hot Sex Weekly to become Springfield's #1 newspaper. (Season 11 episode Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?)
        • There's an advertisement in the Subway for The Herald. The tagline is: The Truth isn't Out There.
    • The Homeville Clarion
        • Local newspaper in Homeville, Indiana. "Published in the interest of righteousness and free thought" (Season 4 episode No Time Like the Past)
    • Hot Sex Weekly
        • During a tour of the Springfield Shopper building for the children of Springfield Elementary, we learn that over the years, the Shopper merged with the Times, Post, Globe, Herald, Jewish News and Hot Sex Weekly to become Springfield's #1 newspaper. (Season 11 episode Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?)
    • Houston Sentinel
        • Newspaper.
        • Houston Sentinel newspaper headline on August 8, 1976: RUSSIAN N-3 ROCKET: Largest Rocket Ever Launched. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
        • Reporter Jerry Biddle of the Houston Sentinel approaches Karen in the hospital regarding the status of her son. (Season 1 episode Rupture)
        • Newspaper headline: RED MOON (Season 1 episode Red Moon)
    • The Humbletonian
        • Newspaper headline in Humbleton about Ned when he refuses to shave his mustache to work at the Humble Figurine Factory: "HAIR FUHRER" (Season 16 episode Home Away from Homer)
    • Ilium Gazette
        • Billy took his seat with the others around a golden oak table, with a microphone all his own. The master of ceremonies asked him his name and what paper he was from. Billy said he was from the Ilium Gazette.
    • Ilium News Leader
        • Another month went by without incident, and then Billy wrote a letter to the IliumNews Leader, which the paper published. It described the creatures from Tralfamadore.
    • Indianapolis Gazette
        • Headline: THIRTY DEAD, and article: Hero Chief Dies in Fire. (Season 3 episode Chapter Eight: The Battle of Starcourt)
    • The Inquisitor
        • Newspaper that Marge holds up. Cover story: Krusty's Sad Last Days. (Season 17 episode Marge and Homer Turn a Couple Play)
    • Interplanetary Press
        • From the Introduction. "I needed more than that for my feature articles for Interplanetary Press. Much more."
    • The Intruder
        • Newspaper created by the motion picture prop house The Earl Hayes Press. Stand in for the National Enquirer.
    • The Irish Times
        • Newspaper that Fozzie reads, that convinces Fozzie and Walter that Kermit has been replaced by Constantine. Headline: "Europe's Most Wanted Frog"
    • The Island Times
        • Local newspaper in Seahaven. Headline: THE BEST PLACE ON EARTH. Seahaven voted Planet's Top Town.
    • Jewish News
        • During a tour of the Springfield Shopper building for the children of Springfield Elementary, we learn that over the years, the Shopper merged with the Times, Post, Globe, Herald, Jewish News and Hot Sex Weekly to become Springfield's #1 newspaper. (Season 11 episode Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?)
    • The Jonesville Star
        • Newspaper Crichton reads in his Looney Toons inspired hallucination, after being knocked unconscious during an altercation with D'Argo. Headline: FRUITBATS ATTACK MEMPHIS. Tribute to Chuck Jones. (Season 3 episode Revenging Angel)
    • Journal Dispatch
        • Quinn befriends reporter Christine Hill. (Season 4 episode Living the Dream)
    • The Junior Gazette
        • Famous journalist Matt Kerr sets up a junior version of the paper, The Junior Gazette, to be produced by pupils from the local school.
    • The Kier Chronicle
        • Official Lumon news service.
        • News headline that pops up on Mark's phone: Severed Lumon Worker Dies After Collapsing from Unknown Ailment. (Season 1 episode The You You Are)
        • Mark's sister Devon researches Gabriela Arteta online, finding an article about her Senator husband: "State Senator Becomes Leading Figure in Severance Debate”. (Season 1 episode Hide and Seek)
    • The Laramie Free Press
        • The name of the local newspaper as seen in the pilot episode only.
    • Las Noticias Hispanicas De Greendale
        • New record added 5/4/2022
        • Newspaper at the Ass Crack Bandit press conference. Raul Lopez: Raul Lopez, Las Noticias Hispanicas De Greendale. Will this affect soccer? (Season 5 episode Basic Intergluteal Numismatics)
    • The Latham Ledger
        • Local newspaper in Latham, the small town where Seinfeld's plane makes an emergency landing. (Season 9 episode The Finale)
    • Le Journal De Tunisie
        • Local newspaper in Tunisia. Headline: 815: RETROUVE! (Season 4 episode Confirmed Dead)
    • Le Report De Paris
        • Newspaper headline on September 18th, 1976: Israel and Egypt fail to Reach Agreement at Camp David. "The English Language Newspaper of France" (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
    • The Lenny Saver
        • Lisa's newspaper inspires Lenny to start a newspaper to ask questions of his own, to find out the truth about things.
    • London Express News
        • Fictional newspaper. Headline: SOVIET SCIENTIST ACCUSED OF SPYING.
        • Newspaper clippings, headlines: VALIANT AND VALIANT CRACK NEWHEW KIDNAPPING, GOOFY CLEARED OF SPY CHARGES, TOON KILLS MAN: MARVIN ACME MURDERED AT THE HANDS OF JEALOUS RABBIT.
        • Fictional newspaper from multiple episodes.
        • Newspaper headline on the world where California seceded from the union to become an independent nation: MAGG COLLABORATOR BELIEVED IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA (Season 4 episode Asylum)
        • Newspaper headline: Governor Schick Will Triumph. (Season 4 episode California Reich)
        • Newspaper headline on December 25, 1979: Soviets to Withdraw from Afghan Border. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
    • Los Angeles Globe
        • Headline: Classy Dame Vanishes. From the Roy Knable, Private Dick TV show.
    • Los Angeles Herald
        • Newspaper headlines: Does the President Have a Girlfriend?, Strange Visitors From Another World (Season 5 episode A Current Affair)
    • Los Angeles Puppet News
        • Newspaper clipping Phil has in his office. Headline: Puppet Cop Awarded Top Marksman in Department.
    • Los Angeles Reporter
        • Newspaper headline: World Series Rained Out! (From the "Galaxy Quest 20th Anniversary: The Journey Continues" mockumentary)
    • Los Angeles Tribune
        • Newspaper created by the motion picture prop house The Earl Hayes Press. There were three real newspapers by this name, all published at different times, but the last one shut down in 1960.
        • There were three real newspapers published at different times, but the last one shut down in 1960.
        • There were three real newspapers published at different times, but the last one shut down in 1960.
        • There were three real newspapers published at different times, but the last one shut down in 1960.
    • The Madison Gazette
        • The new office intern mentions a quote of Dave's from the newspaper The Madison Gazette. The quote: "Nine-tenths of good radio is preparation." (Season 4 episode Monster Rancher)
    • The Manchester Guardian
        • News outlet mentioned in the response to the publication of identical doctrinaire denunciations of Short's elevation: "Christian Science Monitor ignored it. Times of India snickered at it editorially, and the Manchester Guardian reported it without comment."
    • Manchester Union-Leader
        • "Well, you know," Glen said, "about a week after I finished the Staunton article for the first time, a Majestic Airlines jet crashed at Logan Airport. It killed everyone on board. Well, I called the Majestic office at Logan after things had settled down a bit. I told them I was a reporter from the Manchester Union-Leader - a small lie in a good cause. I said we were getting a sidebar on airline crashes together and asked if they could tell me how many no-shows there were on that flight. The man sounded kind of surprised, because he said the airline personnel had been talking about that. The number was sixteen. Sixteen no-shows. I asked him what the average was on 747 flights from Denver to Boston, and he said it was three."
    • Manhattan Afro-American Press
        • Magazine that Mac's new boss wants him to be featured in as part of his reelection campaign, since his district now contains a large number of minority voters. (Season 8 episode Mac Takes a Vacation)
    • The Manhattan Tribune
        • Newspaper dispenser in Captain Holt's new walking beat after he gets demoted. (Season 7 episode Trying)
    • The Messenger
        • Headline: MRS MARIA MASSOLA WITH HER AWARD WINNING STUDENTS. (Season 1 episode Miracle or Punishment) Headline: MRS MARIA MASSOLA WITH HER AWARD WINNING STUDENTS (Season 1 episode Miracle or Punishment)
    • Metropolis Inquisitor
        • Tabloid newspaper. A Metropolis Inquisitor reporter tries to blackmail Lex Luthor with information he has regarding a nightclub called Club Zero. (Season 1 episode X-Ray)
    • Metropolis Journal
        • Reporter Carrie Castle comes to Smallville to write a story about Lex. (Season 1 episode Drone)
    • The Metropolis Times 
        • Headline: BLUE BOMB BUZZES METROPOLIS (Article about Superman)
    • Metropolitan Post
        • Online newspaper that reports on the death of Gordon Dunn.
        • Fictional Miami newspaper from numerous episodes. Deb and Lundy discuss the publishing of the Bay Harbor Butcher's manifesto. (Season 2 episode That Night, A Forest Grew)
    • Middlesex Times Dispatch
        • Local newspaper featuring article about celebrity author and motivational speaker Jim Cunningham being found dead on the fourteenth hole of the Sarasota Heights Country Club golf course. (Donnie Darko promotional website)
    • The Mind Reader
        • NewsThe newspaper that Anger in Headquarters with headlines about what's happening with Riley, such as "First Day of School" and "No Dessert."
    • Minneapolis Star
        • Newspaper at the NASA press conference announcing Homer and Barney and the newest astronauts. (Season 5 episode Deep Space Homer)
    • The Mirage
        • Newspaper from the opening credits sequence, featuring several newspapers and headlines about the mysterious demon supposedly working for the government: SECRET AGENT DEVIL OR SECRET AGENT HOAX? FACT OR FICTION.
    • Morning Gazette
        • Fictional newspaper from joke Phoebe makes when she finds out Monica and Chandler named their baby boy Jack, after Monica's father: Oh, Jack Bing. I love that. Ooh, it sounds like a '40s newspaper guy, you know? Jack Bing, Morning Gazette. I'm gonna blow this story wide open! (Season 10 episode The Last One)
    • The Morningside Tribune
        • Seen in alternate universe at the end. Date: February 37th, 5189. Headline: Phenomenon Continues Around South Pole, President Urges Calm.
    • My Lakeview News
        • Newspaper in the Lakeview digital afterlife.
        • Luke tells Nathan that his and Ingrid's Vogue interview just popped up. (Season 1 episode The Sex Suit)
    • Nashville Tribune
        • Newspaper that Topeka Star editor Jim Milchik mentions in email to reported Daria Thorne, as part of reason for not pursuing story about Peg Kincaid. (Severance: The Lexington Letter - Apple Books)
    • The National Fact
        • Newspaper from the opening credits sequence, featuring several newspapers and headlines about the mysterious demon supposedly working for the government: GOVERNMENT COVER UP.
    • The National Flash
        • Australian tabloid advertising the faith healer Isaac. (Season 2 episode S.O.S.)
    • The National Informer
        • Newspaper created by the motion picture prop house The Earl Hayes Press. Stand in for the National Enquirer.
    • National Inquisitor
        • Newspaper created by the motion picture prop house The Earl Hayes Press. Stand in for the National Enquirer.
        • ALF version of the National Enquirer from multiple episodes (Season 3 episode Alone Again, Naturally, Season 4 episode Lies, Season 4 episode Make 'Em Laugh)
    • The National Insider
        • Newspaper from the opening credits sequence, featuring several newspapers and headlines about the mysterious demon supposedly working for the government: THE GOVERNMENT DENIES HE EXISTS.
    • National Tattler
        • Tabloid newspaper where reported Freddy Lounds works.
    • National Whisper
        • Newspaper created by the motion picture prop house The Earl Hayes Press. Stand in for the National Enquirer.
    • Neptune High School Navigator
        • Veronica's high school newspaper. (Season 1 episode Credit Where Credit's Due)
    • New Alexandria Times
        • Newspaper on the Egypt world: "PHAROAH SEALED IN PYRAMID TOMORROW” (Season 3 Slide Like an Egyptian)
    • The New Delhi Daily
        • Newspaper that Homer reads. Headline (after Apu rants about wanting to ditch his family, change his name to Steve Barnes and sneak back into India): STEVE BARNES OPENS CONVENIENCE STORE (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • New Frontiersman
        • Chapter 8: 'Old Ghosts'. Page 10: This is Hector Godfrey, editor of the New Frontiersman, in the Frontiersman offices.
        • Newspaper. Headline: "GLOBAL SQUIDFALLS BAFFLE SCIENTISTS" (Season 1 episode Martial Feats of Comanche Horsemanship)
    • The New Humanist
        • Newspaper. "Dr. Jubal Harshaw happily sent them a lavish donation, but took the precaution of sending it in the name (and with the address) of the editor of the New Humanist, a rabid atheist and his close friend."
    • New Marquee Times
        • Fictional newspaper on the advertisement for Gene Cousineau's production of The Front Page, starring Sally Reed and Barry Block. (Season 1)
    • New Orleans Gazette
        • Newspaper website that Dexter searches for a missing child close to Arthur Mitchell's last cycle of kills. (Season 4 episode Lost Boys)
    • New World
        • Newspaper in the abandoned city. Headlines include ENEMY THREATENS TO BREAK BIG BOMB CODE and EVACUATE CITY. (Season 3 episode Two)
        • Trish researches Jessica Jones and becoming a hero in New York City online. (Season 3 episode AKA You're Welcome)
        • Newspaper that reported on Danny's family dying in the plane crash. (Season 1 episode Snow Gives Way)
        • Newspaper headline: CRASH IN Wall Street! Shown when President Kennedy is yelling at Harold about the accident. (Season 1 episode A City Upon a Hill)
    • New York Daily Chronicle
        • Headline: World War II Bomber Found Intact in Desert (Season 2 episode King Nine Will Not Return)
    • The New York Examiner
        • Headline: Frank Castle Dead (Season 2 episode A Cold Day in Hell's Kitchen)
        • Various newspaper headlines. There was once a real New York Gazette, but it ceased publication in 1744.
    • New York Inquisitor
        • Newspaper headline on November 4th, 1976: REAGAN WINS. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
    • New York Journal
        • Harry dates Margaret Turner, reporter for the New York Journal. (Season 8 episode When Harry Met Margaret)
        • Seen in various episodes - used to be an actual New York newspaper in the 19th century.
    • New York News
        • Chapter 8: 'Old Ghosts'. Page 1, panel 1: Hollis' apartment. Recognizable here are a can of Miller lite, the Nite Owl statuette, the Minutemen photo, and the 'Hero Retires' front page. In panel 5 we see it's from the New York News.
        • Fictional newspaper. Headline: SCIENTISTS ARRESTED OF SELLING PLUTONIUM.
    • New York World
        • Mac pranks Dan by printing his future obituary in the New York world newspaper. (Season 8 episode Death Takes a Halloween)
        • Newspaper Mac reads. (Season 8 episode Alone Again, Naturally)
    • New York World-Times
        • Newspaper carried by a harried-looking businessman in the Blue Concourse sleep lounge. (story The Jaunt)
    • New Yorkerly News
        • News outlet featuring reporter Dash Bracket, played by Samuel L. Jackson.
    • News
        • Generic newspaper in multiple episodes (Season 1 episode 10 Close Rick-Counters of the Rick Kind, Season 3 episode The ABC's of Beth)
    • Newsgreek
        • Fictional newspaper from fake review by Socrates on one of the Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure movie poster: "TWO THUMBS UP…gladly would I give greater praise would but that I possessed more thumbs!" -Socrates, NEWSGREEK.
    • The Newsly Times
        • Duff Man goes undercover as reporter Joel Duffman of the Newsly Times. (Season 12 episode Hungry, Hungry Homer)
    • NNY Times
        • Newspaper in the future version of New York, also known as New New York.
    • Non-Police News
        • Url and the human peace officer are reading Non-Police News. (Season 2 episode Bender Gets Made)
    • The Oregon Sun
        • Headlines: "President Bush promises debt cut in half by '08", "Hangman Escapes"
    • Orlando Herald
        • Local newspaper in the Scarrans' holographic simulation. There was an Orlando Herald newspaper back in the 1800s, but it hasn't been active for decades. (Season 2 episode Won't Get Fooled Again)
    • Palookaville Post
        • Fictional newspaper Krusty mentions in his angry rant during his press conference at KrustyLu Studios. (Season 9 episode The Last Temptation of Krust)
    • The Pawnee Sun
        • Local newspaper. (Season 2 episode Christmas Scandal, Season 4 episode Campaign Ad) Leslie's number one target at The Pawnee Correspondents Luncheon. (Season 5 episode Correspondents Lunch)
    • Picayune Daily
        • Newspaper from the opening credits sequence, featuring several newspapers and headlines about the mysterious demon supposedly working for the government: NEW EVIDENCE FOUND.
    • The Picayune-Gazette
        • Local newspaper in Neighborhood 12358W. Headline: CHIDI ANAGONYE TO ASSUME POSITION OF EDITOR-IN-CHIEF (Season 1 episode Tahani Al-Jamil)
    • The Post
        • During a tour of the Springfield Shopper building for the children of Springfield Elementary, we learn that over the years, the Shopper merged with the Times, Post, Globe, Herald, Jewish News and Hot Sex Weekly to become Springfield's #1 newspaper. (Season 11 episode Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?)
    • Prison Times
        • Newspaper in the prison that reviews the Romeo and Juliet theater production. (Season 5 episode Charlie & the Matchmaker)
    • The Proud Penny
        • Newspaper mentioned on label of the Bee-lieve in the power of bees! do-it-yourself beekeeping kit. (Season 2 episode Bzzzzzzzzz!)
    • The Raccoon Dispatch
        • Local newspaper in Raccoon City. Headlines: "S.T.A.R.S. Star Suspended", "1000's Set to Strike Umbrella TeleSystems"
    • The Raccoon Tribune 
        • Local newspaper in Raccoon City. Headlines: S.T.A.R.S. Officers Under Suspension / City Does About Face on Raven's Gate Bridge Project.
    • Raleigh Tribune
        • Headline: Stormfront thwarts America's first super terrorist (Season 2 episode Nothing Like it in the World)
    • Rancho Review
        • The name of the local newspaper the food critic works for that comes to review Best Buds. Blake makes him a roadkill skunk burrito to eat. (Season 4 episode Best Buds)
    • The Ray
        • Newspaper from the opening credits sequence, featuring several newspapers and headlines about the mysterious demon supposedly working for the government: DOES HE REALLY EXIST?
    • Rearview Mirror
        • Newspaper featuring "Braking News" shown on the Mel Dorado TV show, headline: BILLIONAIRE MISSING, about oil billionaire Miles Axelrod.
    • The Red Dress Press
        • Lisa's new literary journal, featuring her poem "Elegy for Geezer Rock". After Mr. Burns buys up all the local media companies, it becomes the last newspaper not controlled by the Burns Media empire. (Season 15 episode Fraudcast News)
    • The Review of Optometry
        • Billy turned his attention to his desk. There was an open copy of The Review of Optometry there. It was opened to an editorial, which Billy now read, his lips moving slightly.
    • Rockland Newsie
        • Free-Vee Tabloid Number 6943, newspaper that Ben Richards calls, telling them to send a photographer to capture him and his hostage.
    • Rocky Mountain News
        • Newspaper that Jack finds digging through the newspapers and the scrapbook he finds in the basement of the Overlook Hotel.
    • The Rumour Newspaper
        • The Rumour newspaper headline in the world where the Americans lost the Revolutionary War: "Prince Harold: Poor at Home with their Poverty" (Season 1 episode The Prince of Wails)
    • San Francisco Daily Star
        • Fake San Francisco newspaper.
        • Headline: San Francisco OIL BOOM / Gushers discovered all over the city (Season 1 episode Fever)
        • Newspaper headline on the matriarchy world: "Arturo at 7%" (Season 1 episode The Weaker Sex)
        • Newspaper headline in the world where the Americans lost the Revolutionary War: "King Thomas Missing in French War" (Season 1 episode The Prince of Wails)
    • San Paulo Sheet
        • Newspaper headline: UNITED STATES ATTACKS CUBA / Retaliatory Strike Launched Against Soviet-Backed State (Season 2 episode The Seven Stages)
    • Saturday Evening Ghost
        • World's gone to hell. No germs, no science. World's fallen to the supernatural, it's a supernatural world. Harper's Bizarre and Saturday Evening Ghost and Ghoul Housekeeping. 'Young Dr. Jekyll' and 'Dracula's Other Wife' and 'Death Can Be Beautiful'. 'Don't be half-staked' and Smith Brothers' Coffin Drops.
    • The Scandal Sheet
        • Newspaper Matthew reads on the Titanic (Season 4 episode Sinking Ship)
    • Sconson High Tattler
        • Joe's old high school newspaper that comes to interview him (Season 5 episode Joe Blows)
    • The Seattle Courier
        • Newspaper headline: Woman claims Bradley Park Vigilante No Ordinary Human (Season 1 episode The New and Improved Carl Morrissey)
    • The Seattle Sentinel
        • Newspaper featuring the story about Devin's father.
    • Seattle Sex Press
        • Local newspaper Frasier picks up to find a stripper for Donny's bachelor party (Season 7 episode To Thine Old Self Be True)
    • The Sentinel
        • New record added 5/12/2022
        • Springfield High School newspaper. Headlines: CHEERLEADER FLUNG INTO NEXT COUNTY, BOY BRINGS ENOUGH FOR EVERYONE, TYPING CLASS TRAGEDY. (Season 18 episode Springfield Up)
    • Smallville High Torch
        • High school newspaper. (Season 1 episode Hothead)
        • Smallville High Torch: Jonathan Kent Arrested in Luthor Shooting (Season 2 episode Suspect)
        • Smallville High Torch: Student Stung by Swarm
 (Season 1 episode Drone)
        • Smallville High Torch: Kwan Crushes Freedom of Speech.
        • Smallville High Torch: Football: Sport or Abuse?! (Season 1 episode Hothead)
        • Smallville High Torch: Exclusive: Beloved Teacher or Fugitive Murderer? (Season 3 episode Truth)
        • Smallville High Torch: Mystery Shooter Saves Smallville Student! (Season 3 episode Extinction)
        • Smallville High Torch: Crows Take-Off for Another Successful Season (Season 3 episode Phoenix)
        • Smallville High Torch: Highjacked Truck Linked to LuthorCorp (Season 2 episode Witness)
        • Small High Torch: SCHOOL'S OUT FOREVER! (Season 4 episode Forever)
    • Smallville Ledger
        • Newspaper clippings on Chloe's Wall of Weird. (Pilot episode)
        • Sponsors of the Smallville High School football game include The Smallville Ledger, LuthorCorp, D.D. Davenport's Autobody Shop and Old Spice Red Zone. (Season 4 episode Jinx)
        • Smallville Ledger: Local Beauty Murdered (Season 3 episode Relic)
        • Smallville Ledger: Chemistry Lab Explosion (Season 2 episode Witness)
        • Smallville Ledger: Local Girl Drowns (Season 2 episode Accelerate)
        • 
Smallville Ledger: Local Teen Dies in Cave Rave (Season 2 episode Rush)
        • Smallville Ledger: Smallville High Swim Champ Dies of Mysterious Causes (Season 2 episode Redux)
        • Smallville Ledger: LuthorCorp plant to close (Season 1 episode Tempest)
        • Smallville Ledger: LutherCorp Plant Posts Profit (Season 1 episode Stray)
        • Smallville Ledger: Lex Luthor Robs Bank (Season 1 episode X-Ray)
        • Smallville Ledger: River Dredging Uncovers Bizarre Glow-in-the-Dark Geodes (Pilot episode)
        • Smallville Ledger: Area Man Gains Finger on Left Hand - Loses One of the Right (Pilot episode)
        • Smallville Ledger: MAN MAULED IN BIZARRE BREAK-IN (Season 4 episode Krypto)
    • South Boston Daily
        • Dexter finds article about his next target, the serial drunk driving Matt Brewster. (Season 1 episode Crocodile)
    • South County Bulletin
        • Newspaper website Gil finds out information about Yul.
    • South Florida Gazette
        • Newspaper that John shows the rest of the crew when they travel through a wormhole to Earth, with the date - October 30, 1986. (Season 4 episode Kansas)
    • Springfield High News
        • Marge and Chloe's high school newspaper, featuring their story about Moe spitting in cafeteria food. Headline: SHAM CHOWDER (Season 16 episode She Use to be My Girl)
    • The Springfield Inquisitor
        • New record added 5/14/2022
        • Tabloid. Headlines: FRIENDS PRAY FOR LUIGI’S DEATH, MR. TEENY’S COCAINE ORGY. (Season 18 episode Homerazzi)
    • Springfield Shopper
        • Local newspaper in Springfield, from multiple episodes.
        • Springfield Shopper: BURNS TO OPEN RECYCLING PLANT (Season 8 episode The Old Man and the Lisa)
        • Springfield Shopper: NEUTRON BOMB HEADED FOR SPRINGFIELD! (Season 9 episode Treehouse of Horror VIII - segment The HΩmega Man)
        • Springfield Shopper: LOCAL MAN THINKS WRESTLING IS REAL. (Season 18 episode The Mook, the Chef, the Wife, and Her Homer)
        • Springfield Shopper: ALCOHOL PROHIBITED IN SPRINGFIELD, CITY GOES DRY TODAY, BANNER BARS BOOZE, BEER BARON BEATS BANNER (Season 8 episode Homer vs. the Eighteenth Amendment)
        • First mentioned on the sign for the Springfield Elementary Annual Christmas Pageant (Season 1 episode Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire)
        • During a tour of the Springfield Shopper building for the children of Springfield Elementary, we learn that the newspaper was established in 1883 by Johnny Newspaperseed, a 14 year old boy that roamed America, founding newspapers, and that over the years, it merged with the Times, Post, Globe, Herald, Jewish News and Hot Sex Weekly to become Springfield's #1 newspaper. (Season 11 episode Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?)
        • Mr. Burns buys the newspaper. Now "A Division of Burns Media" (Season 15 episode Fraudcast News)
        • Springfield Shopper: BULLIES HOSPITALIZED / NERDS, DORKS CAUTIOUSLY REJOICE. (Season 18 episode Treehouse of Horror XVII - segment You Gotta Know When to Golem)
        • Springfield Shopper: BROADCAST FOOLS NATION, SPRINGFIELD. (Season 18 episode Treehouse of Horror XVII - segment The Day the Earth Looked Stupid)
        • Springfield Shopper: Mayor’s Breath Still Problem (Season 18 episode 24 Minutes)
        • Springfield Shopper: MANIAC TO LIVE AT BROTHER'S APARTMENT (Season 8 episode Brother from Another Series)
        • Homer completes his collection - 40 years of the Family Circus, which he proceeds to burn in the fireplace. (Season 17 episode Homer Simpson, This is Your Wife)
        • Springfield Shopper: SIMPSONS SCAM SPRINGFIELD (Season 9 episode Miracle on Evergreen Terrace)
        • Headline: SPRINGFIELD SHOPPER PURCHASED BY EVIL (with "Evil" crossed out and replaced with "Nice") Cult. (Season 9 episode The Joy of Sect)
        • Springfield Shopper: DOG KILLS CAT, SELF (Season 9 episode The Last Temptation of Krust)
        • Springfield Shopper: NEW FACE IN TRASH RACE (Season 9 episode Thrash of the Titans)
        • Springfield Shopper: SIMPSON WINS IN LANDSLIDE (Season 9 episode Thrash of the Titans)
        • Springfield Shopper: IT'S WAR! (Season 10 episode Homer to the Max)
        • Springfield Shopper: TOWN PREPARES FOR OLYMPICS, PICKPOCKETS CALL UP RESERVES (Season 10 episode The Old Man and the 'C' Student)
        • Headline from the day Homer was born: UNUSUALLY LARGE, UGLY BABY BORN (Season 11 episode Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?)
        • Springfield Shopper: NAHASAPEEMAPETILAN-TASTIC! (Season 11 episode Eight Misbehavin')
        • Springfield Shopper: FEDS TO SIMPS: PAY UP! (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
        • Springfield Shopper: THAT'S ALL, FOLKS (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
        • Springfield Shopper: LISA ALIVE! (Season 12 episode Lisa the Tree Hugger)
        • Springfield Shopper: WEB SNOOP EXPOSES POOL HUSTLE (Season 12 episode The Computer Wore Menace Shoes)
        • Springfield Shopper: COUCH GAG THRILLS NATION (Season 17 episode Simpsons Christmas Stories)
        • Springfield Shopper: OLD MAN BEATS MEAT (Season 17 episode Million-Dollar Abie)
        • Springfield Shopper: PREZ SEZ: SCHOOL IS FOR LOSERS (Season 6 episode Bart's Comet)
        • Springfield Shopper: INCONTINENT OLD MAN WINS MISS TEEN AMERICA (Season 6 episode A Star is Burns)
        • Springfield Shopper: AWFUL SCHOOL IS AWFUL RICH (Season 6 episode Who Shot Mr. Burns? Part 1)
        • Springfield Shopper: BURNS PLANS SUNSHINE HALT. (Season 6 episode Who Shot Mr. Burns? Part 1)
        • Springfield Shopper: WHO WILL BE FALLOUT BOY? (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man)
        • Springfield Shopper: MILHOUSE DISAPPEARS (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man)
        • Springfield Shopper: FIVE DAYS 'TIL GABBO (Season 4)
        • Springfield Shopper: QUIMBY'S PROPOSITION 24 ON BALLOT (Season 7 episode Much Apu About Nothing)
        • Springfield Shopper: LISA'S A TOTAL WACKO, IMPLIES FATHER (Season 15 episode Fraudcast News)
        • Springfield Shopper: BUM SUES CARTOON KING (Season 7 episode The Day the Violence Died)
        • Springfield Shopper: GABBO HERE TODAY (Season 4)
        • Springfield Shopper: ROCKET TO KICK COMET'S TAIL (Season 6 episode Bart's Comet)
        • Springfield Shopper: INCONTINENT OLD MAN WINS MISS TEEN AMERICA (Season 6)
        • Springfield Shopper: U-ASS-A! A student reporter takes a photo of Bart in front of the American flag after a basketball donkey eats his shorts. (Season 15 episode Bart-Mangled Banner)
        • Springfield Shopper: TOP COP SURRENDERS TO BACKFIRING CAR (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
        • Springfield Shopper: WIGGUM SLEEPS THROUGH RIOT (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
        • Springfield Shopper: LONELY MEN DIE EARLY (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
        • Springfield Shopper: LOCAL GAYS SHARE THEIR PRIDE (Season 5)
        • Springfield Shopper: BOB PARDON: #1 LOCAL ISSUE (Season 6)
        • Springfield Shopper: GOD STEALS SUN / MAYOR OFFERS SACRIFICES (Season 16 episode The Seven-Beer Snitch)
        • Springfield Shopper: FOOD SUPPLY CUT OFF. EVEN PIES. (Season 12 episode Simpson Safari)
        • Springfield Shopper: BUMBLEBEE MAN CAUGHT IN STING (Season 14 episode Three Gays of the Condo)
        • Springfield Shopper: "FAMILIES COME FIRST" ON BALLOT / SECOND HEADLINE LESS IMPORTANT, STUDIES SHOW (Season 15 episode Marge Versus Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples and Teens and Gays)
        • Springfield Shopper: SPINNING NEWSPAPER INJURES PRINTER (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man)
        • Springfield Shopper: OBESE NERD EATS HUMBLE PIE / "PIE MAN" BACK FOR SECONDS (Season 15 episode Simple Simpson)
        • Springfield Shopper: LOCAL FATHER, SON MAY SWITCH RELIGIONS (Season 16 episode The Father, the Son and the Holy Guest Star)
        • Springfield shopper: SIMPSONS ARRESTED IN FAMILY RIOT. EVEN MAGGIE. (Season 13 episode Brawl in the Family)
        • Springfield Shopper: FIRST DAY OF SPRING Ants, Picnickers reach last-minute accord (Season 12 episode Trilogy of Error)
        • Springfield Shopper: COSTS TOO MUCH, DOES TOO LITTLE (Season 15 episode Marge Versus Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples and Teens and Gays)
        • Springfield Shopper: MAYOR UNVEILS ERECTION TO CHEERING CROWD (Season 15 episode My Mother the Carjacker)
        • Springfield Shopper: QUEEN TO MAYOR: YOU'RE NEXT (Season 4)
        • Springfield Shopper: BURNS PAYS CITY 3 MIL (Season 4)
        • Springfield Shopper: HEAT WAVE CONTINUES (Season 13 Poppa's Got a Brand New Badge)
        • Springfield Shopper: COMMISSION: WIGGUM SUCKS (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
        • Springfield Shopper: TRIPLE MURDER AT MOE'S (Season 16 episode Mommie Beerest)
        • Springfield Shopper: DISQUALIFIED IS ACTUALLY PAUL SIMON (Season 16 episode A Star is Torn)
        • Springfield Shopper: LISA LOVES MILHOUSE (Season 15 episode Fraudcast News)
        • Springfield Shopper: HAIL DROUGHT CONTINUES - TIN ROOFS UNDENTED (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
        • Springfield Shopper: SIMPSON FOUND GUILTY, SENTENCED TO 10 YEARS / LOCAL BULLY TO HOMER: "HAW HAW" (Season 15 episode The Ziff Who Came to Dinner)
        • Springfield Shopper: MILHOUSE MELTDOWN (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man)
        • Springfield Shopper: MEDICAL MARIJUANA OUTLAWED (Season 3 episode Weekend at Burnsie's)
        • Springfield Shopper: LOCAL MAN LOSES PANTS, LIFE (Season 7 episode Mother Simpson)
        • 
Springfield Shopper: BIG FAT MAN HAS BIG FAT HEART (Season 5)
        • Springfield Shopper: HUMAN BLIMP SEES FLYING SAUCER (Season 8 episode The Twisted World of Marge Simpson)
        • Springfield Shopper: TROY WEDS (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
        • Springfield Shopper: 10-YEAR-OLD BOY (Season 16 episode A Star is Torn)
        • Springfield Shopper: PAIR SINKS JUDGE'S HOUSE / QUILT RUINED (Season 13 episode The Parent Rap)
        • Springfield Shopper: PARADE TO DISTRACT JOYLESS CITIZENRY (Season 7 episode Lisa the Iconoclast)
        • Springfield Shopper: LI'L STARMAKER DOWN TO THREE FINALISTS (Season 16 episode A Star is Torn)
        • Springfield Shopper: CALL FOR PROBE IN BOB FLAP (Season 6)
        • Springfield Shopper: QUIMBY NEPHEW CHARGED IN BEATING (Season 5)
        • Springfield Shopper: FUNNY DOG TO MAKE LIFE WORTHWHILE (Season 8 episode The Itchy & Scratchy & Poochy Show)
        • Springfield Shopper: SUPERVILLAIN SEIZES EAST COAST.
        • Springfield Shopper: WIGGUM RESCUES BOY - NO, REALLY (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
        • Springfield Shopper: LISA KICKS BUTT (Season 4)
        • Springfield Shopper: CAT BURGLAR STRIKES 15 HOMES, ZIRCONIA ZTOLEN! (Season 5)
        • Springfield Shopper: CRAZED MOM GOES TOPLESS PHOTOS PAGES 3-28 / TV CLOWN SAVES DAY (Season 14 episode Large Marge)
        • Springfield Shopper: HELMS CALLS FOR DONUT TAX (Season 7 episode 22 Short Films About Springfield)
        • Springfield Shopper: FIREMENT RESCUE POLICE CHIEF FROM TREE (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
        • Springfield Shopper: BURNS' BIRTHDAY TODAY: CREDITS LONG LIFE TO SATAN (Season 5)
        • Springfield Shopper: KBBL CHEATS STRAIGHT-A STUDENT (Season 5)
        • Springfield Shopper: "FAMILIES COME FIRST" WRONG FOR SPRINGFIELD (Season 15 episode Marge Versus Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples and Teens and Gays)
        • Springfield Shopper: LI'L STARMAKER FEVER SWEEPS SPRINGFIELD (Season 16 episode A Star is Torn)
        • Springfield Shopper: HO. J. SIMPSON TRIAL STARTS TOMORROW (Season 13 The Frying Game)
        • Springfield Shopper: POLICE PREPARE FOR DEPORTATIONS (Season 7 episode Much Apu About Nothing)
        • Springfield Shopper: BOY DISCOVERS COMET (Season 6 episode Bart's Comet)
        • Springfield Shopper: TODDLERS TOPPLE MAYOR (Season 6)
        • Springfield Shopper: CAVALRY KIDS LEAD CHARGE IN CLEANUP / PRESIDENT SHOOTS WIFE (Season 14 episode The Bart of War)
    • Springfield Times
        • There's a newspaper clipping framed on Dexter Colt's office wall, the private investigator that Moe recommends to Homer to find out more about Lisa, the guy that Moe uses whenever he's gotta know something about a broad: "Drunk cop fired from force” and "Private eye wins bake-off” (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • Springfield Weekly
        • Local supermarket tabloid that offers a reward for capturing Bigfoot, also known as Homer Simpson. (Season 1 episode The Call of the Simpsons)
    • St. Louis Daily Inquirer
        • Charles Foster Kane's newspaper that closes in the first year of the Great Depression.
        • Newspaper in possession of The Guardian of Forever. Headline: Emperor Georgiou dies horribly painful death (Season 3 episode Terra Firma, Part 1)
    • The Sunday Times
        • Newspaper that Brendan Gleeson reads -headline: Two Hitmen Hunted Over Dublin Murders, a reference to the movie In Bruges.
    • Sweet Tooth Newsletter
        • An official Sweetums company publication, seen in Ben's proposed campaign ad for Leslie. (Season 4 episode Campaign Ad)
    • Sydney Daily Herald
        • Newspaper on the wall in the room at the college where Michael and Janet make their plans (Season 3 episode The Snowplow)
    • Tarzana PennySaver
        • Newspaper article: ALAN HARPER: Good Doctor, Good Neighbor, Good Guy. (Season 3 episode Something Salted and Twisted)
    • Teen Martyr Magazine
        • Fictional newspaper from fake review by Joan of Arc on one of the Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure movie poster: "Totally HOT!!! I'd stake my life on it." -Joan of Arc, TEEN MARTYR MAGAZINE.
    • Time Advance
        • Headline: Promicin Death Toll Predicted to Reach 6,000 by Year's End (Season 4 episode The Wrath of Graham)
    • The Times of India
        • News outlet mentioned in the response to the publication of identical doctrinaire denunciations of Short's elevation: "Christian Science Monitor ignored it. Times of India snickered at it editorially, and the Manchester Guardian reported it without comment."
    • The Times
        • It was almost normal for people over thirty to be frightened of their own children. And with good reason, for hardly a week passed in which 'The Times' did not carry a paragraph describing how some eavesdropping little sneak - 'child hero' was the phrase generally used - had overheard some compromising remark and denounced its parents to the Thought Police.
        • Threat from the MCP to Dillinger: "You wouldn't want me to dig up Flynn's file and read it up on a VDT at The Times, would you?" Accompanied by an image of The Times, with the headline: ENCOM SENIOR EXEC INDICTED and a picture of Dillinger.
        • During a tour of the Springfield Shopper building for the children of Springfield Elementary, we learn that over the years, the Shopper merged with the Times, Post, Globe, Herald, Jewish News and Hot Sex Weekly to become Springfield's #1 newspaper. (Season 11 episode Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?)
        • Newspaper in the Park's fake London: Ripper Strikes in White Hall!” (Season 3 episode Murder Most Foul)
    • The Tokyo Herald
        • There was half an hour ahead before he should start; he had all that time to pace, helpless, waiting. What to do? An idea. He phoned the San Francisco office of the Tokyo Herald, on Market Street.
    • Toon Times
        • Newspaper in Itchy and Scratchy cartoon Tears of a Clone, in which Scratchy dies, featuring headline: Scientist Clones Sheep, giving Itchy to clone Scratchy when he dies. (Season 11 episode Little Big Mom)
    • Toontown Gossip
        • Newspaper that Mr. Maroon hands Valiant. Headline: Seen cooing over Calamari with Notsonew Sugar Daddy was Jessica Rabbit! Wife of Maroon Cartoon Star Roger Rabbit.
    • The Topeka Star
        • Severed Lumon Industries employee Peg Kincaid contacts Topeka Star reporter Daria Thorne regarding a Dorner Therapeutics truck explosion. (Severance: The Lexington Letter - Apple Books)
    • Trans-Alpine Yodel
        • "All the news from across the nation in two daily editions" Headline: LOCAL GIRL'S HEAD FOUND IN LAUNDRY BASKET.
    • Tri-State Herald
        • Jerry's co-workers check out the Tri-State Herald online, reading an article about Jerry: Boy Institutionalized After Mother's Death.
    • The Tulsa Herald
        • Headline Supreme Court CONFIRMATION HEARINGS DRAG ON (Season 1 episode See How They Fly)
    • The Tulsa Sun
        • Fictional Oklahoma newspaper. Headlines: "VEIDT OFFICIALLY DECLARED DEAD", "BOISE SQUID SHOWER DESTROYS HOMELESS CAMP, KILLS 2" (Season 1 episode It's Summer and We're Running Out of Ice) Headline: KEENE TO ANNOUNCE RUN FOR PRESIDENT (Season 1 episode Martial Feats of Comanche Horsemanship)
    • Universe Today
        • Newspaper that Garibaldi reads. (Season 1 episode And the Sky full of Stars)
    • US of a Today
        • Newspaper Homer reads. The Simpsons version of USA Today, a flimsy hodgepodge of pie graphs, factoids and Larry King - and the only paper in America not afraid to tell the truth, that everything is just fine. (Season 3 episode Homer Defined)
    • Vancouver Post
        • Alicia - Carlos' friend with benefits that gets killed - was a reporter at the Post. (episode The Politics of Time)
        • Newspaper dispenser seen when Julian gets out of jail. (episode Seconds)
        • Seen on Kiera's tablet. (episode Revolutions per Minute)
    • Vienna Examiner
        • Fictional newspaper from fake review by Sigmund Freud on one of the Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure movie poster: "…AROUSING…EXCITING…EROTIC… and DEEPLY DISTURBING." -Sigmund Freud, VIENNA EXAMINER.
    • The War Digest
        • A newspaper in the pile of papers that Dad burns: "The papers crinkled like an old man's skin, and the cremation surrounded innumerable words: GOVERNMENT BONDS; Business Graph, 1999; Religious Prejudice: An Essay; The Science of Logistics; Problems of the Pan-American Unity; Stock Report for July 3, 1998; The War Digest…" (Chapter: The Million-Year Picnic)
    • Washington Beacon
        • Washington D.C. newspaper. Headline: Congress cleans house. (Season 3 episode Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington)
    • The Washington Ledger
        • Headlines: "Army Officer Busted In Attempted Prostitution Ring!" and "Upgrayedd receives "Double Dose" of Incarceration".
    • Waterloo Chronicle
        • Michael mentions to Gabriel. (Boogie with Stu / Night of the Vampire)
    • The Wayward Pines Chronicle
        • Local newspaper in Wayward Pines. Ethan asks for a newspaper at the hotel. Hotel manager informs him that there hasn't been an issue for a few weeks, because not much news. (Season 1 episode Do Not Discuss Your Life Before)
        • Headline: Sheriff Pope Retires. (Season 1 episode One of Our Senior Realtors Has Chosen to Retire)
    • Week to Week
        • Entertainment media newspaper insert created by the motion picture prop house The Earl Hayes Press.
    • Weekly Gabber
        • Newspaper Cliff mentions in various episodes, including Season 6 episode 19 Airport V, Season 7 episode 5 Those Lips, Those Ice.
    • Weekly Washout
        • Weekly newspaper in which Dr. Sprocket made fantastic statements regarding the achievements of the Snoring-in-the-Hay Rocket Society in the winter of 1952.
    • The Weekly World Planet
        • Tick version of the Daily Planet, newspaper where The Tick works as a crossword editor.
    • Weird News of the World
        • Tabloid newspaper that Dead shows Bobby with the headline,"EARTH OFF ITS AXIS: END OF THE WORLD?"
    • Westminster Guardian
        • Newspaper. Headline: IS JACK BACK? FAMILY RIPPED IN EAST END CARNAGE (Season 1 episode Night Work)
    • The Westover Weekly Enterprise
        • Newspaper that reports a rain of stones in August 1966. "It was reliably reported by several persons that a rain of stones fell from a clear blue sky on Carlin Street in the town of Chamberlain on August 17th. The stones fell principally on the home of Mrs. Margaret White, damaging the roof extensively and ruining two gutters and a downspout valued at approximately $25. Mrs. White, a widow, lives with her three-year-old daughter, Carietta."
    • Westview Gazette
        • Nexulpromocide. A unique anti-depressant that works to anchor you back to reality. Or the reality of your choice. Side effects include feeling your feelings, confronting your truth, seizing your destiny, and possibly, more depression. You should not take Nexus unless your doctor has cleared you to move on with your life. Nexus, because the world doesn't revolve around you. Or does it? See our ad in the Westview Gazette. (Season 1 episode Breaking the Fourth Wall)
    • Westview Herald
        • Newspaper that Wanda's neighbor reads. (Season 1 episode Now in Color) Newspaper that Vision reads. (Season.1 episode On A Very Special Episode...)
    • The Whole Truth
        • Peter's column in Fillmore Junior High School's newspaper. Writing under the byline Scoop Brady, he chronicles bake sales and the success of the school's debating team and girl's basketball team. (Episode The Power of the Press)
    • The Willie World News
        • Lisa's newspaper inspires Groundskeeper Willie to start a newspaper, in which he reviews the new tractors. "They're all shite!" (Season 15 episode Fraudcast News)
    • The Word
        • Upon returning to The City, Spider gets a job working under editor Mitchell Royce at The Word after invading the newspaper's office. (Issue 1 - The Summer of the Year)
    • World Inquisitor
        • Newspaper created by the motion picture prop house The Earl Hayes Press. Stand in for the National Enquirer.
    • World Miracles Report
        • Tabloid newspaper next to the cashier in every supermarket in America, featuring a story about the Holy Virgin of Welburn, New Mexico.

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