Journal Communications, Inc. is a news paper publisher. The Company has four business segments: publishing, broadcasting, printing services and other. The publishing segment consists of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, which serves as a daily newspaper for the Milwaukee metropolitan area, and more than 50 community newspapers and shoppers in Wisconsin and Florida through its subsidiary, Journal Community Publishing Group, Inc. The broadcasting segment consists of 35 radio stations and 12 television stations in 12 states and the operation of a television station under a local marketing agreement. The Company’s interactive media assets include approximately 120 online enterprises that are associated with its publishing and broadcasting segments. On January 9, 2008, Journal Community Publishing Group, Inc., the Company’s community newspapers and shoppers business, acquired the Iola Herald and Manawa Advocate in Waupaca County in Wisconsin.
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