Among a number of theaters that operate in the state, some under university auspices, are those at Paul Creative Arts Center at the University of New Hampshire, Hopkins Center on the Dartmouth campus, and Silver Cultural Arts Center at Plymouth State College. Other theaters are modest local enterprises operating in barns and village playhouses. The New Hampshire Music Festival presents symphony and choral concerts at Gilford and Plymouth during the summer.
The New Hampshire Gazette, the state’s first newspaper, was published in Portsmouth in 1756 and is now part of the Portsmouth Herald. In 2002 New Hampshire had 10 daily newspapers. Influential newspapers included the Union Leader of Manchester, the Telegraph of Nashua, the Concord Monitor, and Foster’s Daily Democrat of Dover. An important 20th-century New Hampshire journalist was William Loeb, publisher of the Union Leader.
New Hampshire’s first radio station, WLNH in Laconia, was licensed in 1922. WMUR-TV in Manchester, New Hampshire’s first commercial television station, began operations in 1954. In 2002 the state had 25 AM and 43 FM radio stations and 6 television stations. "New Hampshire" © Emmanuel BUCHOT, Encarta, Wikipedia
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