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The Philadelphia Inquirer Headquarters Address, Phone Number, Email ID, Website

The Philadelphia Inquirer is a daily based newspaper of Philadelphia. Philadelphia Inquirer serves the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States America. Newspaper has largest demand on market newsstands of Philadelphia million of the users subscribe the newspaper daily and newspaper also subscribed on daily home delivery by many users in Philadelphia.

The Philadelphia Inquirer is the eighteenth largest weekly newspaper of U.S.A with largest circulation of 158,546 on Monday to Saturday and 312,197 on Sunday. The newsstands won twenty Pulitzer Prizes in his career, it won Pulitzer in different categories as National Reporting, Editorial Cartooning, Investigative reporting, Public service, International reporting, Feature Photography, Feature Writing, Criticism etc. The Philadelphia Inquirer publish in Broadsheet format and H.F. Gerry Lenfest is  publisher of the newspaper.

All official informations like Office contact Details, head office details, official website, social profiles or important links provided by the Philadelphia Inquirer are mentioned below. If any user have any complaints or queries they can contact on these given details.

The Philadelphia Inquirer Office Details

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The Philadelphia Inquirer Office Contact Details: 800-222-2765

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The Philadelphia Inquirer Head Office Details

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The Philadelphia Inquirer Head Office Address: 801 Market Street Philadelphia, PA, United States.

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The Philadelphia Inquirer Head Office Contact Number: 215-854-2000

The Philadelphia Inquirer Head Office Email ID: ABuckman@philly.com

The Philadelphia Inquirer Official Website: www.inquirer.com

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Facebook Page: facebook.com/phillyinquirer

Twitter Handle: twitter.com/phillydailynews

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Linkedin: linkedin.com/company/philadelphia-inquirer

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FAQs: philly.com/philly/about/Commenting_FAQs
This is the official FAQs page of the Philadelphia Inquirer. The customers can get their answers about any queries here the company crew also helps here and many other informations about subscription etc are updated regularly on this link.

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Careers: apsweb.philly.com/jobs/
This is the official careers link of Philadelphia Inquirer, if you’re interested to do work with the newspaper then you must follow this link for job according to particular fields.

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  • Marie Federico January 4, 2017, 9:58 pm

    Delivery service. For the past year I have been having trouble with my delivery. It was delivered for awhile and then it doesn’t. this has been going on since about Jan or Feb of 2016.for the last several months it has been mostly delivered on time. Now for the past week it isn’t being delivered. I keep calling the number but I still don’t get a paper. I get a credit which doesn’t do me any good because I don’t get the paper. I have been a long time customer. And this is beyond acceptable service. I don’t have a corner store to go buy a paper everyday or I would. That is why I get delivery service but if this isn’t corrected soon . I will have no choice but to cancel my service. I enjoy reading my paper with my breakfast but this situation is becoming ridiculous. I suggest that you get this corrected as soon as possible or you will losing one regular reliable customer. This is no way to run a business. This situation should have been corrected months ago. I have never had so much trouble with delivery until this past year. The previous service for years was very reliable, dependable and on time. This situation better get fixed or I will have to find a different way to get my paper because I am tired of calling for the paper and not receiving it. And then getting a credit which is useless because the paper isn’t getting delivered. Thank you. Marie Federico. Phone number 225 7266201 address 2833 Bittern Place, phila. 19142

  • Nick De Cerchio May 16, 2017, 6:20 am

    Letter to Editor:
    Let’s stop this disingenuous debate and speak the truth for once about fraternity hazing and alcohol abuse on college campuses. Fraternities, sororities and college administrators have been hiding the illegal and dangerous practices of hazing and alcohol abuse for years and continue to do so covertly while claiming to abhor such activities. It’s no surprise that in the light of all the information in the media about these dangerous practices, we encounter them still occurring with frequency. The statistics are well hidden. Only when they are caught, or a tragedy brings the dangers to light, do these organizations ceremoniously act surprised at these practices and pledge to stop them. The legacy of hazing and alcohol abuse is entrenched in the college culture and can be traced to many alumni of importance in business and government who were members of fraternities, sororities or college administrations. So let’s dispense with the hypocrisy and surprise when tragedies occur on campuses and start looking much more closely at what goes on at these college campuses. The tragic loss of one life to hazing or alcohol abuse is one too many.

    Nick De Cerchio
    Lewes, DE.

  • Nick De Cerchio May 16, 2017, 6:22 am

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    Letter to Editor:
    Let’s stop this disingenuous debate and speak the truth for once about fraternity hazing and alcohol abuse on college campuses. Fraternities, sororities and college administrators have been hiding the illegal and dangerous practices of hazing and alcohol abuse for years and continue to do so covertly while claiming to abhor such activities. It’s no surprise that in the light of all the information in the media about these dangerous practices, we encounter them still occurring with frequency. The statistics are well hidden. Only when they are caught, or a tragedy brings the dangers to light, do these organizations ceremoniously act surprised at these practices and pledge to stop them. The legacy of hazing and alcohol abuse is entrenched in the college culture and can be traced to many alumni of importance in business and government who were members of fraternities, sororities or college administrations. So let’s dispense with the hypocrisy and surprise when tragedies occur on campuses and start looking much more closely at what goes on at these college campuses. The tragic loss of one life to hazing or alcohol abuse is one too many.

    Nick De Cerchio
    Lewes, DE.

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