Keeping up with Austin has been the Austin-American Statesman’s No. 1 job since 1871. Natives and newcomers have come to rely on the Statesman for news about what matters to them, from the courthouse to the football field. As the area grows, the Statesman is growing right along with it, expanding our products to meet the needs of a discerning community that demands the best.

jwj 2013 SXSW Day Three 00239“The Statesman and Austin 360 are the essential guides to life in Austin, helping to ensure that you get the most out of living in this vibrant town,” says Publisher Susie Ellwood. “Our writers are the authentic source to bring you the in-depth, credible insights you need about this city you now call home.”

Editor Debbie Hiott heads a team of dedicated journalists who are just as passionate about life in Austin as you are. “Connecting with the Statesman gives readers access to news they can use. And the Statesman isn’t just found at the end of the driveway or in a newsstand. It’s available around the clock on three websites, numerous apps and on social media, so readers can choose the format that works best for them.”

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“Put simply, our goal is to be where you want us when you want us,” says Ellwood. “Our portfolio of products—like the Austin American-Statesman, Shopping Today, ¡ahora sí!, statesman.com and Austin360.com—effectively expands our availability so that consumers can connect with content that matters to them when they want it most.”

The Statesman also connects with Austin through events such as the Capitol 10K, The Zilker Kite Festival and the annual Season for Caring giving campaign.

Connect with the Statesman, and open the door to all Austin has to offer.

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