Previously this website belonged to the Armenian Reporter which was an independent source of news and views, with heavy coverage of Armenian-American community news, U.S. and international politics as they relate to Armenians; Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh; and Armenians in arts, culture, and entertainment.
The Armenian Reporter also appeared in two weekly print editions: an Eastern U.S. edition was published in Paramus, New Jersey and another a Western U.S. edition is published in Burbank, California, and is distributed free of charge at locations throughout Southern California. Those interested in receiving the copies of the news normally had to subscribe for them. Otherwise, they could visit this site for the same.
With offices in Paramus, Burbank, Yerevan, and Washington, and freelancers around the globe, the Armenian Reporter was the largest single Armenian news source in English in the world. It was part of the CS Media family, the world’s largest Armenian media enterprise.
Edward K. Boghosian (1927-2006) established the Armenian Reporter in New York City in 1967. The first issue appeared on November 2. It grew quickly and maintained the highest paid circulation among Armenian-American newspapers in the Eastern U.S. Mr. Boghosian sold the newspaper to CS Media in May 2006. His only child, also publisher Sylva Boghossian, was involved with the newspaper since her childhood. In December 2014, CS Media announced that it would be discontinuing publication and abandoned the site.
I’ve undertaken to bring this website back to life, and I will be seeking to publish news and information about Armenia and Armenian in Diaspora. I will seek to address the various issues that Armenian face as well as detail more information about the culture and artistic work and how they influence the Armenian community.