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200-Year-Old UK Weekly Survives Into Digital Age

Happy 200th birthday to the Windsor Express, one of the oldest newspapers in Britain. Founded in 1812, it has survived into the digital era after a name change, a shape change and a transformation into a free title (though some copies are offered for sale). It was launched by Charles Knight, a book-seller and printer, and passed after his death to his son, Charles Junior. It eventually ended up in the hands of the Oxley family who ran it for the best part of 150 years.

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