The Florida Times-Union

About The Florida Times-Union

The Florida Times-Union is a major daily newspaper in Jacksonville, Florida, United States. Widely known as the oldest newspaper in the state, it began publication as the Florida Union in 1864. Its current incarnation started in 1883, when the Florida Union merged with another Jacksonville paper, the Florida Daily Times.[2] A Southeast Georgia edition, called The Georgia Times-Union, serves the Brunswick area. In 1983, Morris Communications of Augusta, Georgia, purchased Florida Publishing Company. The Times-Union became the largest newspaper of this chain, which owns a number of newspapers around the country. In 2018, its editor is Mary Kelli Palka and the editorial page editor is Michael P. Clark.


Journalism Intern

August 2019 - November 2019 Jacksonville, FL
“I like that I get to meet real people and share their stories from my point of view. My favorite day was covering the Saints vs. Jaguars game, where I met multiple legendary football players being honored in the All-time Top-25 players.”

Newsroom Intern

June 2019 - August 2019 Jacksonville, FL
“I liked my boss, and the excitement of working in a city with alot of events to cover. ”
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