INFORM. INSPIRE. STRENGTHEN.
OUR STORY STARTS HERE.
Learn more about the Standard-Examiner both past and present and all the changes this organization has seen. One important factor remains the same; SE is dedicated to delivering compelling news to a community it truly cares about. Learn more here.
Meet the team behind the scene. Working hard to bring you the latest news from both near and far and events for the community we share. Learn more here.
You’ve Changed. So Have We. The Standard-Examiner has been a loyal and dedicated business partner for over 125 years. And through the years we have evolved to keep pace with current trends; both for our readers and our advertising partners. Learn more here.
The Standard-Examiner produces 10 or more regional shows and events each year to benefit our subscribers and the community. Learn more here.
The Standard-Examiner supports the programs and issues that are important to the communities we serve. Learn more here. Learn more here.
It takes creativity, energy, insight, and many types of professionals to thrive in this ever-changing, highly-competitive industry. Learn more here.
The Ogden Standard-Examiner is Utah’s third-largest daily newspaper and the biggest north of Salt Lake City. It serves more than 60,000 print subscribers readers in the “Top of Utah” — Weber, Davis, Morgan and Box Elder counties — as well as many more on the Web. The Standard officially began on Jan. 1, 1888, though its forerunner, the Ogden Daily Herald, had started seven years earlier in 1881. A historical list of Standard-Examiner Publishers is listed below. Founded by Frank J. Cannon, a former Deseret News and San Francisco Chronicle reporter, the Standard, originally an evening paper, opened in the Peery Building, at 23rd Street and Washington Avenue.
MEET THE TEAM.
YOU’VE CHANGED. SO HAVE WE.
The Standard-Examiner has been a loyal and dedicated business partner for over 125 years. And through the years we have evolved to keep pace with current trends; both for our readers and our advertising partners.
When you think of us, you most likely think of our flagship products – the daily print edition, SE Plus weekly mailed publication, and niche publications like the Outdoor Guide, Dining & Entertainment Guide, Answer Book, Holiday Shopping Guide, and more. Our print products are a strong and vital part of our advertising portfolio and we are committed to strengthening and adapting our publications to reflect the changing needs of our readers and advertisers.
Over the past 10 years, we have seen unprecedented growth in new products and services available to advertisers, namely digital (online) advertising. We have embraced these changes and invested in research and training to ensure we are the experts in these products.
We’ve been your trusted print partner – now let our dedicated and knowledgeable sales team help you craft a comprehensive messaging strategy that spans multiple platforms – print, online, social media, and mobile. Contact us to learn more about how the Standard-Examiner can grow your business.
The Standard-Examiner produces 10 or more regional shows and events each year to benefit our subscribers and the community. Our subscribers always get VIP treatment – like free tickets to local attractions , sporting events and other entertainment. See what’s happening this month at events.standard.net.
If it’s important to you, it’s important to us. The Standard-Examiner supports the programs and issues that are important to the communities we serve – like Apple for Teacher and Newspapers in Education. Our editorial content starts conversations and inspires readers to address the issues and problems that are impacting our cities and neighborhoods – like youth homelessness and public safety. Learn more about how the Standard-Examiner gives back to the community at cares.standard.net.
Ever Life Matters
The troubling issue of teen suicide is the focus of the Standard-Examiner’s 2015 initiative. Through the year, the newspaper will explore the complex problem through a variety of stories, videos, photographs and graphics. Our goal is to raise awareness in our communities and to provide information about resources available to youth, parents and citizens to prevent such deaths.
See how we’re covering this troubling topic here. Our coverage includes reporting by teen writers from our TX. staff, who have dealt with deaths by suicide in their high schools and among their friends.
It takes creativity, energy, insight, and many types of professionals to thrive in this ever-changing, highly-competitive industry. From reporters to sales, creative services to accounting, we are an eclectic mix of folks who are passionate about informing, inspiring and strengthening the communities we serve. Learn more.
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