Who owns Wi newspapers?

Who owns Wi newspapers?

GateHouse Media buys Gannett, owner of Northeast Wisconsin newspapers. NEW YORK (AP/WLUK) — Two of the country’s largest newspaper companies have agreed to combine in the latest media deal driven by the industry’s struggles with a decline of printed editions.

What is the major newspaper in Wisconsin?

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is a daily morning broadsheet printed in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where it is the primary newspaper. It is also the largest newspaper in the state of Wisconsin, where it is widely distributed. It is currently owned by the Gannett Company.

What is the name of the Milwaukee newspaper?

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, daily newspaper published in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It is regarded as Wisconsin’s leading newspaper and generally accounted as one of the great regional dailies of the United States. The paper was founded in 1882 by Lucius W.

What is the name of the Madison Wisconsin newspaper?

Wisconsin State Journal
The Wisconsin State Journal is a daily newspaper published in Madison, Wisconsin by Lee Enterprises. The newspaper, the second largest in Wisconsin, is primarily distributed in a 19 county region in south-central Wisconsin.

Where is the Milwaukee Journal printed?

It’s the end of an era, but as breaking news pops on phones, the paper will continue to deliver insightful reporting. Today we delivered the last edition of the Journal Sentinel to be printed in Milwaukee County. Starting tonight, our newspaper will be printed in Peoria, Illinois.

What happened to Lee Enterprises?

In January 2020, Lee Enterprises sold its newspaper and digital media operations in southern Oregon to Country Media, Inc. The sale included The World (Coos Bay), the Bandon Western World and The Umpqua Post. Lee had purchased the papers as part of its acquisition of Pulitzer, Inc. in 2005.

How do I contact the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel?

How do I contact Customer Service? To get help with your account or subscription, call 1-844-900-7103 or chat online here.

Is the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel closing down?

On Sunday night, ink-stained hands pulled the Journal Sentinel’s newspaper off the Burnham Street press for the last time. Newspaper publisher Gannett announced March 14 it would move the printing of its 11 Wisconsin newspapers, including the Journal Sentinel, to its printing plant in Peoria, Illinois.

Who bought Lee Enterprises?

Alden Global Capital
Alden Global Capital purchased a 5.9-percent stake in Lee Enterprises in January 2020. In November 2021, Alden made an offer to Lee to purchase the company in its entirety for roughly $141 million.

Does Alden own Lee Enterprises?

Alden has said it owns 6.3% of Lee’s shares. Two other hedge funds that own large stakes in Lee have said they believe the company is worth significantly more than Alden offered.

Where can I buy a copy of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel?

Visit www.jsonline.com/archives to search and order copies of the newspaper.