|Name :||Andhra Prabha Newspaper|
|Type :||Daily Newspaper|
|Founded :||15 August 1938|
|Owner :||Mootha Gopalakrishna|
|Editor :||Khasa Subba Rao|
|Sub Editor :||———-|
Andhra Prabha Newspaper is an The paper was started from Chennai on 15 August 1938 by Ramnath Goenka to challenge the sway of the leading Telugu newspaper at the time, Andhra Patrika. A reader from Bellary had suggested the name Andhra Prabha to the management of the paper which was promptly adopted by them. The then management of Andhra Prabha awarded him with the sum of Rs. 116 as a token of their gratitude. The paper was initially edited by Khasa Subba Rao (joint editor of Indian Express at the time) who was succeeded by Nyayapati Narayana Murthy. Currently, there are editions of Andhra Prabha in Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai, Visakhapatnam and Vijayawada. Until 1959, Andhra Prabha was published only from Chennai. In 1960, anticipating the impending launch of Andhra Jyothy, Andhra Prabha launched its second edition from Vijayawada. A Chittoor edition was brought out briefly in the early 1960s which was shifted to Bangalore in 1966. A Hyderabad edition was launched in 1977 and in 1985.