Hearst Connecticut papers strike content deal with local biz journals
Hearst’s newspapers in Connecticut have reached a content-sharing agreement with parent company of the Fairfield County Business Journal and Westchester County Business Journal.
Hearst Connecticut reaches more than 500,000 residents of greater Fairfield County, including readers of the daily Greenwich Time, Connecticut Post (based in Bridgeport), The News-Times (based in Danbury), and The Advocate (based in Stamford).
The Fairfield County Business Journal and its sister Westchester County Business Journal are 50 years old. They were founded by former Westchester resident David Moore, a grandson of New York publisher Joseph Pulitzer, and John Smith, a former Wall Street Journal editor.
“Our two organizations will complement each other perfectly,” said Dee DelBello, the publisher of the business journals, in a statement. “The Hearst name is synonymous with great journalism and we are rightly proud of our own publications for their long history of bringing the most comprehensive local business news to devoted readers. For Hearst to reach our readership and for our products to reach their readers makes sound journalistic sense and, more importantly, it gives readers more complete business news.”
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