San Diego-based Copley News Service, Inc., a newspaper syndicate that distributes editorial content including popular cartoons and opinion columns, has been sold to Creators Syndicate, a major newspaper syndicate based in Los Angeles.

According to a press release from Creators Syndicate, Copley News Service, which was founded in 1955, is one of the largest newspaper syndicates in the world. It distributes cartoons from Michael Ramirez, Steve Breen and Scott Stantis and columns from Phyllis Schlafly and Jack Kemp, among others.

The press release quotes Creators President Richard S. Newcombe:

Copley News Service provides a great product and has a base of loyal newspaper and Internet customers. This purchase opens new markets for Creators columnists and cartoonists. By acquiring Copley’s services, Creators will have an even stronger product.


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