TSJ Media

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TSJ News Inc.
IndustryPrint and radio broadcasting
Founded1999 (originally as The Spanish Journal)
HeadquartersBlue Ash, Ohio, USA
Key peopleJosh Guttman (President)[1]
Revenue$1 million (2007)[1]
Employees30 (2007)[1]
Websitewww.tsjnews.com
 
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TSJ News Inc.
IndustryPrint and radio broadcasting
Founded1999 (originally as The Spanish Journal)
HeadquartersBlue Ash, Ohio, USA
Key peopleJosh Guttman (President)[1]
Revenue$1 million (2007)[1]
Employees30 (2007)[1]
Websitewww.tsjnews.com

TSJ Media, also known as TSJ News Inc. and the Spanish Journal Network, is a chain of bilingual weekly newspapers, monthly magazines, and Spanish-language radio stations based in Cincinnati, Ohio, that serves Hispanic communities in several metropolitan areas of the United States.

History[edit]

The media company was founded in 1999 as the monthly broadsheet newspaper The Spanish Journal (Spanish: La Jornada Latina), which was published in Cincinnati. In 2006, TSJ News was bought by Blue Ash, Ohio–based Gate West Coast Ventures, LLC, which also owns the translation company Strategic Spanish. As a division of Gate West Coast, TSJ expanded to several other markets in the Midwestern United States.[2][3]

Publications[edit]

TSJ's print publications are centrally produced in Cincinnati, while ads are sold by local staff.[1] For the most part, TSJ publication are written in Spanish, although some sections may be written in English for ESL students.

MarketsTitleFormatCirculation[4]Founded
Cincinnati and Dayton, OhioLa Jornada LatinaWeekly tabloid newspaper12,000–15,0001999
Latinos MagazineMonthly magazine12,000
Columbus, OhioLa Jornada Latina (formerly Impacto Latino)Bi-weekly tabloid newspaper10,000–12,000
Latinos MagazineMonthly magazine10,000
ClevelandLatinos MagazineMonthly magazine10,000
Vocero LatinoMonthly magazine5,000
DetroitLatino DetroitWeekly tabloid newspaper19,000
Latinos MagazineMonthly magazine8,000
PittsburghLa Jornada LatinaMonthly tabloid newspaper6,000–8,000
Louisville and Lexington, KentuckyLatinos MagazineMonthly magazine12,000
Al Día en América (affiliate)Bi-weekly tabloid newspaper10,000–12,000
Kansas City, MissouriDos Mundos (affiliate)Weekly broadsheet newspaper10,000–12,0001981
Nashville, TennesseeLa Campana (affiliate)Weekly broadsheet newspaper7,000–10,000
MinneapolisVida y SaborWeekly magazine15,000
La Prensa de MinnesotaWeekly tabloid newspaper15,000
Latinos MagazineMonthly magazine10,000

The Spanish Journal Network also once published La Jornada Atlanta Empleos, which was distributed for free in Atlanta.

Broadcasting[edit]

In September 2001, the Spanish Journal Network briefly experimented with a weekly radio talk show on Christian radio station WTSJ 1050 AM (now WGRI), called Noticiero Latino–Radio en Español, but the show was cancelled on December 26, 2005, for financial reasons.

After launching an information-by-telephone service (iNFO-TELEFONO) and converting the newspaper from a monthly publication to a weekly one, the Spanish Journal Network resumed broadcasts of Radio en Español in Spring 2005 on WDBZ 1230 AM, airing each Sunday with six hours of programming.[5]

TSJ Media operates three Spanish-language radio stations, two of which it took over under Gate West Coast ownership, the third under Murray Hill Broadcasting:

As of 2011, TSJ also sells advertising for three Davidson Media–owned affiliates:[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Kemper, Kevin (2008-11-24). "Publisher of Spanish-language news buys Columbus biweekly paper". Columbus Business First (American City Business Journals). Retrieved 2011-08-28. 
  2. ^ a b Monk, Dan (2009-06-22). "Spanish-language TSJ News hopes adding radio boosts profitability". Cincinnati Business Courier (American City Business Journals). Retrieved 2011-08-28. 
  3. ^ Kemper, Kevin (2009-06-22). "Spanish-language publisher takes over business operations at WVKO". Columbus Business First (American City Business Journals). 
  4. ^ a b "Multi-Market Media Kit" (PDF). TSJ Media. 2011-05-26. Retrieved 2011-08-28. 
  5. ^ "No se vayan, que esto se pone bueno..!" The Spanish Journal. June 10, 2005. Accessed July 10, 2005. In Spanish.
  6. ^ http://radioinsight.com/blog/headlines/86918/87-7-the-sound-cleveland-sold-will-flip-to-spanish/

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