Andhra Pradesh Press Academy has come up with an excellent work of archives old news papers and magazines published in Andhra radesh. The AP Press Academy has launched a new dedicated website for the archives at www.pressacademyarchives.ap.nic.in . The Press Academy has so far collected and archived about 20 lakh pages of various news papers and magazines. Archives are available in the PDF format. You can download the required newspaper / magazine free of cost. Following is the list of newspapers / dailies you can avail through the new website:
1) News Papers: 1) Andhra Jyothy 2) Andhra Patrika 3) Andhra Bhoomi 4) Visalaandhra 5) Andhra Prabha 6) Siasat 7) Rahnuma - E - Deccan 8) Andhra Janatha 9) Raiyat 10) Meezan 11) Golkonda Patrika
2) Magazines / Periodicals: Bi-Monthly: 1) Andhra Sahitya Parishat Patrika 2) Gnana Vahini 3) Janatha 4) Mahabodhi 5) Natya Kala 6) Parishadhana 7) Poorna Bodha Darshani 8) Prathibha 9) The Twentieth Century 10) Udayini
3) Bi-Weekly: Aarsha Sahiti, Andhra Mahila, Andhra Nagara, Andhra Vidyardhi, Aardhika Samatha, Brindavani, Chandrika, Chitra Gupta, Hamsa, Jeevabandhu, Kranthi, Mitra, Natana, Navayuga, Navya Bharathi, Navyandhra, Pilupu etc.
4) General Books: Abhinava Tikkana, Acharya Ranga Jee, Abdhyudaya, Abhinandana Chandrika etc.
5) Half - Yearly: Minimanjari, Vivekananda Kendra Patrika
7) Monthly: Anandavani, Ananvahini, Abhyudaya, Akasavani, Adivasi, Abhinava Saraswathi, Aata Patalu etc.
8) Weekly: Navodaya, Navayuga, Andhra Prabha, Andhra Jyothi, Andhra Pratrika, Andhra Prakasika etc.
The efforts of Press Academy of Andhra Pradesh are laudable in this respect. There are great collection of magazines and periodicals. So many of these does not exist today and even difficult to collect. There are plenty resources for lovers of Telugu literature, language, humour, patriotism, poetry, stories etc.