The Miami Times
Since 1923, The Miami Times has been an important part of the week for some of South Florida’s most sophisticated readers.
As South Florida’s oldest and largest Black newspaper, we represent the pinnacle of community relations.
The Black community has come to rely upon our award-winning newspaper for the most comprehensive and engaging coverage of local and national news, arts and entertainment, family life, business and faith.
Each week we seek to educate, entertain and inform our readers by covering those issues that matter most within our community with authority, vigor and integrity.
Founded by the Reeves family, the paper continues to be a family owned business committed to serving the community.
Annually, we honor “The Next Generation of Dreamers” with a special section highlighting the accomplishments of young adults in our community. At other times, the newspaper engages the community with its annual Gospel concert and through symposiums and forums.
The Miami Times has been awarded the John B. Russwurm Trophy by The Black Press of America numerous times, recognizing the paper as the No. 1 Black newspaper in the country. The National Newspaper Publishers Association has also awarded The Miami Times many other awards, including: the John H. Sengstacke General Excellence Award; the Ida B. Wells Best News Story, Best Church Page and Best Entertainment Section.
On MiamiTimesOnline.com, we offer up-to-the-minute news that is relevant to our community. We engage readers on all social channels, tailoring our message to fit the platform.