The Tampa Tribune, is a daily newspaper published in Tampa, Florida. In 1966, The Tampa Tribune, along with sister properties WFLA-AM-FM-TV, was purchased by Richmond Newspapers, becoming Media General in 1969. The Tribune was a flagship newspaper under the Media General banner until it was sold in 2012. One of two major newspapers published in the Tampa Bay area, the Tribune is second in circulation and readership to the Tampa Bay Times. The newspaper also publishes a St. Petersburg Tribune edition, sold and distributed in Pinellas County. The Tampa Tribune also published a Sunday magazine, Florida Accent, during the 1960s and 1970s.