Stamford Backer is a day to day paper serving Stamford and the encompassing southwestern Connecticut towns of Darien, New Canaan, and Greenwich. The paper likewise distributes a different release for Norwalk and shares its article staff with a sister distribution, the Greenwich Time. It is possessed and worked by Hearst Interchanges.

In 1848, a printer and distributer named Edgar Hoyt assumed control over the paper. He ousted publicizing and advanced perusing locally by forcing a coursing library to leave his office, permitting any occupant who paid for books to get them. By the turn of the century he had transformed the paper into an everyday and changed its name to “The Day to day Backer.” Around that time, a printing plant was opened at Tresser Lane and Washington Road in midtown Stamford. In 1977, the Gillespie family offered the paper to Times Mirror Organization, proprietor of “The Los Angeles Times”, and in 1980 the paper moved its base camp to the property at Tresser Blvd and Washington Road. In June 2000, Tribune Organization purchased Times Mirror and consolidated “The Backer” Stamford Advocate into the Chicago-based organization’s property.

Hearst bought the Backer and its sister paper, the Greenwich Time, in November 2007. In 2008 Hearst started a significant redesign of the paper’s workplaces, moving them from downtown Stamford, opposite the Stamford Government Center, to the Riverbend complex in Springdale.

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