At GateHouse Media, our mission is to deliver high quality and trusted journalism, products and services that enrich the communities we serve — our readers, commercial partners, employees and investors.
GateHouse publishes 620 community and business publications, including 125 daily newspapers, along with over 530+ local affiliated websites.
In 2015, we announced the acquisition of 34 daily newspapers — including award winning publications like the Sarasota Herald-Tribune and The Columbus Dispatch. We recently acquired Dolan Publishing, launching our entrance into business-to-business publishing. Our Propel Business Services division, which provides marketing and general business support to small and mid-sized businesses, continues to grow.
While we have experienced significant growth since 2012, we continually strive to make ourselves not just a bigger company, but a stronger company.
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Daily Newspapers with total paid circulation of approximately 1.5 million
Weekly Newspapers published up to three times per week, with total paid circulation of approximately 309,000 and total free circulation of approximately 1.9 million
‘Shoppers’ published up to 4 times per month, with total circulation of approximately 2.9 million – generally advertising-only publications
Local Websites extend our franchises and reach 35 million unique visitors each month
Community InvolvementGateHouse employees giving back to their communities
First Citizen Award – The State Journal-Register, Springfield, IL
The paper’s annual First Citizen award is presented to a local resident who has provided a lifetime of service to the Springfield community. The tradition, which dates back to 1963, keeps the winning recipient’s identity a secret until the First Citizen Gala and Legacy Awards. Winners receive a $1000 ad allotment from the SJR, trophy and recognition in the newspaper. Through community nominations and a publisher-chosen board, The Journal-Register also selects and presents Legacy Leadership Awards in five categories: Business, Young Entrepreneur, Education, Healthcare and a Service category whose winner is a leader or group from a non-profit or religious organization.
Summertime Fund – Providence Journal, Providence, RI
Founded by the Providence Journal in 1972, its Summertime Fund provides local youth with the chance to attend summer camp. Through generous reader donations, kids receive the opportunity to build friendships and learn life skills. Thanks to heavy promotion in The Providence Journal, the fund collected more than $54,000 in 2015.
Food Drives – Mail Tribune and Daily Tidings, Medford, OR
The Mail Tribune of Medford, OR, has been the lead sponsor of its area’s annual Food for Hope fundraiser and food drive that helps fill the shelves of 24 local food pantries. The largest drive of its kind in the Rogue Valley, it has brought in an estimated 765,000 pounds of food and more than $650,000. The Mail Tribune and The Daily Tidings of Ashland, OR, also have a partnership with the Food Project, a neighborhood doorstep donation program. With grocery bags distributed in the papers as the impetus, more than 1.2 million pounds of food have been collected since the partnership began in 2009.