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The Bugle was founded in 1897 and has been published daily ever since. Tabloid in format like its rival The Daily Globe, the Bugle appears in several editions daily. The publisher of the Bugle, J. Jonah Jameson, began his journalistic career as a reporter for the Bugle while still in high school. Jameson purchased the then-floundering Bugle with inheritance funds and turned the paper into a popular success. Other magazines published from time-to-time include the revived Now Magazine and the now-defunct Woman Magazine. J. Jonah Jameson, Inc. purchased the Goodman Building on 39th Street and Second Avenue in 1968 and moved its entire editorial and publishing facilities there. Now called the Daily Bugle Building, the office complex is forty-six stories tall, and is capped by the Daily Bugle logo in 30-foot letters on the roof. There are loading docks in the rear of the building, reached by a back alley. Three floors are devoted to the editorial office of the Bugle and two sub-basement levels to the printing presses, while the rest of the floors are rented.

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Bugle Executive Office The office is larger than the ones for the news drones and with good reason. This office belongs to the head honcho, the big cheese, the one and only Jonah Jameson. The furniture, a mix of rich wood and black fabric is often the biggest tip off that this person is important to the business. The cluttered desk full of papers indicating just how busy the man is. Hidden behind the desk is a soft pillow for those long nights when there's no point to driving home. eo
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