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Swift Communications, Inc.tarted in 1975, with a commitment to integrity; we bring light to truth, excellence to endeavor and strength to community. Swift are the preeminent provider of relevant, timely and trusted information. Swift are the leaders for the communities and customers we serve. Swift achieve financial success as an independently owned company by gathering and delivering pertinent, prompt, comprehensive and accurate products through the most effective means. Swift media companies are run with local autonomy and management teams who are leaders in their communities.
A. H. Belo Corporation (NYSE: AHC), headquartered in Dallas, Texas, is a distinguished newspaper publishing and local news and information company that owns and operates four daily newspapers and a diverse group of Web sites. A. H. Belo publishes The Dallas Morning News, Texas' leading newspaper and winner of nine Pulitzer Prizes since 1986; The Providence Journal, the oldest continuously-published daily newspaper in the U.S. and winner of four Pulitzer Prizes; The Press-Enterprise (Riverside, CA), serving southern California's Inland Empire region and winner of one Pulitzer Prize; and the Denton Record-Chronicle. The Company publishes various specialty publications targeting niche audiences, and its partnerships and/or investments include the Yahoo! Newspaper Consortium and Classified Ventures, owner of cars.com. A. H. Belo also owns direct mail and commercial printing businesses. A. H. Belo's combined newspaper and related online businesses reach a large number of people in markets with attractive long-term demographics. From its beginnings as a Texas newspaper company in 1842 through present, A. H. Belo has attributed its success to its unique understanding of, and commitment to, the audiences it serves. A. H. Belo's close community ties, strong journalistic reputation, and intense regional focus have been nurtured and expanded over time, resulting in powerful media brands and business opportunities that are not easily duplicated by competitors.A. H. Belo's focused strategy for extending its news and information platform to emerging media and audiences enables the Company to remain flexible as audiences change, and deliver news and information in new ways to match new tastes, interests and habits. Web sites associated with A. H. Belo's newspapers exemplify this strategy. A. H. Belo's Web sites build on the Company's well-established local and regional brands to generate new customer relationships.
Advance Publications, Inc., is a privately held communications company that, directly or through subsidiaries, owns Condé Nast Publications, Parade Publications, Fairchild Publications, American City Business Journals, the Golf Digest Companies, and newspapers in more than twenty-five American cities; Advance Publications' subsidiaries also have extensive interests in cable television, as well as in Internet sites which are related to its print publications.
Agora and "Gazeta Wyborcza" (Election Gazette) were created on the eve of the parliamentary elections in 1989. "Gazeta" became the first independent newspaper in Poland, while Agora grew into one of the largest and most renowned media companies in Poland. Since 1999 Agora's shares have been listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange.Agora's media offer include newspapers and magazines, out-of-home advertising, radio broadcasting, online activities and selling unique collections of books and books with CDs and DVDs. Agora's flagship business is "Gazeta Wyborcza" - Poland's largest quality daily, which has 4.3 million readers (1) and sells 370 thousand copies every day (2). "Gazeta's" unique formula, which combines a national newspaper with regional pages and thematic supplements, ensures a wide array of topics, quality of information as well as wide reach and extensive advertising possibilities, including dual media offers and non - standard advertising formats. In 2009 "Gazeta's" advertising sales reached PLN 343 million, while its share in the newspaper advertising market was 38% (3).Agora also publishes free newspaper "Metro", the third most read nationwide daily in Poland (4). Currently, "Metro" is distributed in 444 thousand copies (5) in 18 Polish cities. It is the only free nationwide daily in the Polish newspaper market (6).
Alma Media Corporation may both be reading information published by newspaper publishing and online services company Alma Media. The Finland-based company publishes local print and online newspapers (including the Aamulehti, Iltalehti, and Kauppalehti newspapers) that together have more than 2 million readers. Alma also offers Internet marketplaces in northern and eastern Europe that facilitate buying and selling used vehicles, machinery, and real estate. Some of Alma's well-known internet marketplaces include home-buying services websites Etuovi.com and City24, and recruitment service Monster.fi.
American City metropolitan business newspapers reach 4 million readers each week with exclusive, in-depth coverage of their business communities. The loyalty of these readers testifies to American City's commitment to top-quality journalism, unexcelled service for advertisers and readers, and active business community involvement.American City also operates the City Business Journal Network, a national advertising representative firm, and Biz Books, marketer of hundreds of business book titles. In addition to its business newspapers, American City operates Street & Smith's Sports Group, which publishes motorsports periodicals, SportsBusiness Journal, Sports Business Daily, and five sports annuals. American City is the nation's leading publisher of NASCAR publications which include NASCAR Scene and SceneDaily.com.American City also publishes specialty publications, which include a high-tech business newspaper, a law journal, and Hemmings Motor News, the "bible" of the collector-car hobby.American City is a unit of Advance Publications Inc., which also operates Conde Nast Magazines, , Parade magazine, Fairchild Publications, the Golf Digest companies, Newhouse Newspapers and cable television interests.
merican Community Newspapers is one of the top community newspaper publishers in the United States based on circulation, and operates in four of the most attractive major U.S. markets: Minneapolis - St. Paul, Columbus, Dallas - Fort Worth and Suburban Washington, D.C. - Northern Virginia. The Company's award winning group of 86 newspapers and fourteen niche publications reaches approximately 1.4 million households in the suburban communities surrounding these major cities and enjoys market leading circulation penetration in all of its markets. ACN serves some of the most affluent, high growth markets in the United States, and is strategically positioned in the wealthiest counties in each market, including Hennepin County in Minnesota, Delaware and Union Counties in Columbus, Ohio, Collin County in Texas and Fairfax, Arlington and Loudoun Counties in Northern Virginia. The Company is focused on providing high quality, local editorial content to its readers, and targeted advertising packages to local and national advertisers. ACN's goal is to be the preeminent provider of local content and advertising in any market it serves. The Company is widely recognized and admired for its editorial content and value it offers its advertising customers. ACN’s editorial philosophy at each of its newspapers is to be local to the community it serves. As a result, each newspaper mirrors the goings-on and happenings for that local audience. ACN’s publications are often the best and only source of community news about local governments, high school and local sports, board of education / school news, local events, local police / fire / rescue and local businesses, which are consistently overlooked by metro newspapers, radio stations and television stations.ACN’s community newspapers not only offer advertising customers this community focus advantage, but also provide an extensive regional footprint across communities in the markets they serve. This platform offers advertisers the choice to advertise locally in only a few communities, or throughout entire markets.
American Media Inc. (AMI) owns and operates the leading celebrity and health & fitness media brands in the country. Our magazines have a combined total circulation of 6.8 million and reach more than 54 million men and women each month. Our digital properties reach an average of 10 million unique visitors and 100 million page views monthly.AMI pioneered both the celebrity and health & fitness categories. During the 1960s, the National Enquirer was the first magazine to begin publishing celebrity news and gossip on a weekly basis. Weider Publications (acquired by AMI in 2003) launched, in 1940, the very first health & fitness magazine, Your Physique. Today, AMI’s celebrity titles have the #1 market share in total newsstand circulation in the celebrity category and are the fastest growing brands online. Our health and fitness titles command the #1 market share of national magazine ad pages in their competitive set.AMI created the concept of 360º marketing programs by being the first company to integrate editorial, print, digital, mobile and events into one package for our advertisers. This multi-media platform approach creates lasting consumer engagement and delivers a measurable return on the advertisers’ investment.
APN News & Media is one of the region's most broadly-based and successful media companies.APN publishes New Zealand's leading metropolitan newspaper, The New Zealand Herald, and is the largest operator of radio broadcasting and outdoor advertising in Australasia, as well as one of Australia's leading regional publishers.
Archant has been a family-owned business since its inception 165 years ago. Today it is a growing media business and the leading family-owned independent regional newspaper group in the UK.Archant was in 1845 that Jacob Henry Tillett, Jeremiah Colman, John Copeman and Thomas Jarrold started the Norwich-based Norfolk News. The Colman and Copeman families still retain close involvement in the business. The Eastern Weekly Press was launched in 1867 and in 1870 was renamed the Eastern Daily Press. A sister title, the Eastern Evening News was launched in 1882. As the business grew it moved premises in 1902, 1959 and again in the late 1960s to its present headquarters location at Prospect House in the centre of Norwich.At the end of the sixties, Eastern Counties Newspapers began its corporate expansion with the coming together of ECN with the East Anglian Daily Times Company to form Eastern Counties Newspapers Group (ECNG).
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