Las Vegas paper updates stock listings

The Las Vegas Review-Journal will introduce a new stock agate page on Tuesday that includes more listings. An item on its website states, “The new grid offers more more stock listings and more information in a sharper, easier-to-read package. “Among the new features are listings of Top Mutual Funds and Widely Held Stocks. “The new […]

Birmingham Biz Journal unveils redesign

Cindy Crawford, the editor of the Birmingham Business Journal, writes about the redesign of the American City Business Journals paper. Crawford writes, “In the past year, we have become a digital media company with a digital-first news strategy. When we get news, we run it online. We don’t wait until the Friday weekly edition for […]

Dow Jones names head of digital design

Himesh Patel has joined Dow Jones to lead the digital design of The Wall Street Journal, MarketWatch and Barron’s. Patel was previously the creative director of London-based Telegraph Media Group, where he spearheaded the design of the Daily Telegraph newspaper and the award-winning Telegraph.co.uk website and apps. “My goal at Dow Jones is to add zest and modernity to the […]

How The Tennessean will use USA Today biz news content

Lance Williams, the business editor of The Tennessean in Nashville, writes about what business news content the paper will publish from USA Today. Williams writes, “Each day, the USA Today section inside The Tennessean will contain at least two pages of national business coverage. One page will be devoted to the biggest business news stories […]

Colorado, Wyoming biz journals rethinking print publications

Chris Wood, the publisher of the Boulder County Business Report, writes about how it and its sister publications, the Northern Colorado Business Report and the Wyoming Business Report, are looking to overhaul their content. Wood writes, “At our three publications, print revenue is up, though not at the levels of 2006 or 2007. We still […]

Milwaukee Biz Journal unveils redesign

Mark Sabljak, the publisher of the Milwaukee Business Journal, writes about the redesign of the American City Business Journals paper. Sabljak writes, “For one week, we’re making available to all our online readers our weekly edition — normally a privilege of only our annual subscribers. “That’s because we’ve renamed, redesigned and reimagined our print publication […]

Baltimore Biz Journal unveils redesign

Joanna Sullivan, the editor of the Baltimore Business Journal, writes about the redesign of the American City Business Journals paper. Sullivan writes, “I used to lie awake on Thursday nights hoping the competition didn’t have the Baltimore Business Journal’s front-page stories. “We went to press on Wednesday so there was a nearly two-day lag time […]

Memphis Business Journal launches rare redesign

Bill Wellborn, the editor of the Memphis Business Journal, writes about the rarity of the redesign at the American City Business Journals paper that was unveiled on Friday. Wellborn writes, “It hasn’t happened too often. I wasn’t around for the first one, which came in 1983 and changed the biweekly Mid-South Business into Memphis Business […]

Orlando Business Journal unveils redesign

Cindy Barth, the editor of the Orlando Business Journal, writes Friday about the redesign of the American City Business Journals paper. Barth writes, “The first principle of our new design is the in-depth cover story. The ‘deep dive’ on an issue of local importance reflects the irony of the hyper-information age: The more readers are […]

Silicon Valley Biz Journal sees 3 percent circulation growth in 2014

The Silicon Valley Business Journal, which was the American City Business Journals newspaper that was the first to be redesigned, reported on the results of its changes. Publisher James MacGregor writes, “We also took on a new name and a made a commitment to cover the two industries that drive the Silicon Valley economy — […]