|Type||Weekly News Publication|
|Owner(s)||Northstar Travel Media|
|Headquarters||100 Lighting Way
Secaucus, New Jersey
Travel Weekly (1958), is a United States national newspaper for the travel industry geared toward travel agents. The company prints 51 regular issues per year in print and digital formats, and one Preview issue, which features opinion and predictions for the year ahead. The print edition is published on Mondays, and news and feature items are posted to its website on a regular basis.
In addition to the print edition, Travel Weekly sends out a regular e-newsletter containing news and headlines, as well as several e-newsletters featuring specific destination and news topics. The company also maintains a Twitter and Facebook presence. Its main website features news articles and analysis, videos, photos, interviews, opinion pieces and other items that are geared toward travel agents and executives on the sales and marketing end of the travel business.
Northstar Travel Media is the parent company of the newspaper.
Travel Weekly was launched in 1958 in New York City by Irwin Robinson, the editor and publisher. The newspaper combined two previous publications, Travel Items and Travel Courier. The first issue of Travel Weekly was published on October 21, 1958.
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