With, for and about Greenville
Launched in the heart of the city — with Greenville as its beat — Community Journals is all about living local.
“This is more than a publishing company,” says President/CEO Mark Johnston, who founded Community Journals with fellow media veteran Doug Greenlaw to focus exclusively on local news. “We provide a voice for the people of Greenville — residents, community leaders and business owners. We’re here to be a vehicle, a platform, a medium and, most of all, a catalyst for the community.”
The Journals team creates an array of print and digital products designed to advance Greenville’s people, places and businesses, including Greenville Journal, Upstate Business Journal, TOWN Magazine and AT HOME. The model is simple and effective: creators engage consumers, consumers attract brands and brands support creators.
While the economy is ever-evolving — Community Journals was born in a boom, withstood the recession in the aughts, and is currently weathering the COVID-19 crisis — the company’s hyper-local focus never changes.
“We are 100% with, for and about Greenville,” says Donna Johnston, Business Development Manager. “The equity we’ve built with readers and advertisers over the past 21 years is significant. We invest in Greenville. We advocate for Greenville. Even in the midst of unprecedented market turmoil, we are more committed than ever to telling our community’s story.”
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DID YOU KNOW? Community Journals has garnered an impressive array of industry awards, for everything from investigative reporting to feature writing to graphic design.
WHAT INSPIRES YOU? “The compelling obligation to provide in-depth reporting, insightful features and interesting commentary, all focused exclusively on our local community.”