The Arizona Republic is a daily newspaper published in Phoenix. The Arizona Republic it is the state's largest newspaper. Since 2000, it has been owned by the Gannett newspaper chain. It is the sixteenth in United States daily newspapers by circulation in 2012. The average circulation of the Arizona Republic is 321,600 on weekdays, 347,134 on Saturdays, and 538,579 on Sundays. The newspaper was established 1890, under the name The Arizona Republican. The paper was named The Arizona Republic in 1930, and also had purchased the rival Phoenix Evening Gazette and Phoenix Weekly Gazette, later known as The Phoenix Gazette and the Arizona Business Gazette. The paper features sections such as: news, sports, Arizona living, travel, arts and entertainment, business, and valley and state news. The headquarters are located at 200 East Van Buren Street Phoenix, Arizona. The publisher of the newspaper is John Zidich and the editor is Randy Lovely.