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New Jersey Herald sold to GateHouse Media

The New Jersey Herald, in operation since 1829, is being sold to GateHouse Media. In announcing the pending sale to Herald staff Thursday morning, Ralph Oakley, CEO of Quincy Media, the newspaper’s current owners, said, “We are proud to have been associated with the New Jersey Herald for more than 50 years.”

Quincy Media Inc. agrees to buy Hannibal Courier-Post

Quincy Media Inc., owner and operator of The Herald-Whig and WGEM-TV/Radio, has agreed to purchase the Hannibal Courier-Post, Missouri’s oldest daily newspaper. Ron Wallace, QMI vice president of newspapers and publisher of The Herald-Whig, said he is excited to help the Courier-Post advance the ideals of local journalism.

Quincy Media, Inc. acquires KVOA-TV

Quincy Media has completed the purchase of KVOA-TV. “We are very excited to acquire this great station,” said Ralph M. Oakley, President/CEO of Quincy Media, Inc. “KVOA is very involved in the community, and very much like Quincy Media, operates with a similar philosophy of community service and responsible journalism.”

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