Posts Tagged ‘publishing’

Journal Inc. launches new lifestyle magazine

by Published: August 27,2012

Tags: launch, lifestyle, magazine, media, newspaper, publication, publishing

TUPELO — Journal Inc. has launched Mud & Magnolias, a Northeast Mississippi lifestyle magazine focusing on food, home and garden, travel, people, outdoors, fashion and pop culture. The bimonthly magazine will guide readers through the aspects of everyday life in the region and state, as well as showcase to the rest of the world the […] [...]

Emmerich launching newspaper to replace defunct Leader-Call

LAUREL — Emmerich Newspapers says it will start a newspaper to replace the Laurel Leader-Call, which has shut down. In a statement last Saturday, Emmerich said the start-up newspaper would be launched April 15 with the name The Chronicle. Wyatt Emmerich, the president of Emmerich Newspapers, said the new community newspaper will serve Laurel, Ellisville […] [...]

Celia Emmerich, matriarch of newspaper family, dies

by Published: March 2,2012

Tags: death, media, newspapers, obituary, publisher, publishing

JACKSON — Celia Emmerich, the matriarch of the Emmerich newspaper family, died yesterday at her home in Jackson. She was 80. The family said in a statement that she died of a heart attack. Celia Emmerich was the widow of former Associated Press board member and ex-Greenwood Commonwealth editor/publisher John Emmerich. John Emmerich died in […] [...]

Journal Inc. buys group of weekly newspapers

by Published: November 28,2011

Tags: media, mergers and acquisitions, NEWS, newspapers, publishing

TUPELO — Journal Inc., which publishes the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal in Tupelo, has acquired a group of weekly community newspapers in the suburban Memphis, Tenn., area. The company reports details of the transaction were not disclosed. Clay Foster, CEO of Journal Inc., says the company acquired the Bartlett Express, Millington Star, Collierville Independent, Shelby […] [...]

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