|Headquarters||Davidson, North Carolina, United States|
|Products||30 daily newspapers|
84 weekly newspapers and shoppers
Number of employees
|Parent||Versa Capital Management|
Civitas Media, LLC is a Davidson, North Carolina-based publisher of community newspapers covering 11 Midwestern, Mid-Atlantic, and Southern states.
The company was formed in 2012 via the mergerof Heartland Publications, Impressions Media, Ohio Community Media, and Freedom Communications's central division.
In 2017, Civitas sold its newspapers in Ohio, Missouri, West Virginia, Kentucky, Illinois, Tennessee, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Oklahoma. They continue to own Times Leader in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania.
The Mount Airy News is a six-day-a-week newspaper published in Mount Airy, North Carolina, United States. It was established in 1880. The News has a circulation of 9,263 according to The Park Library's list of North Carolina newspapers.
The Tribune is a weekly newspaper published in Elkin, North Carolina. It has covered the tri-county area of Surry, Wilkes, and Yadkin counties since 1911. The Tribune has an average paid circulation of about 2,000.
The Lima News is a local daily newspaper aimed at residents in Allen, Auglaize, Hancock, Hardin, Logan, Mercer, Putnam, Shelby and Van Wert counties in Ohio. The newspaper's headquarters are located in Lima, Ohio.
The Yadkin Ripple is a weekly newspaper based in Yadkinville, North Carolina. It was first published in East Bend, North Carolina, on October 18, 1892.
The Sedalia Democrat is an American daily newspaper published in Sedalia, Missouri. It was founded in 1868 as the Democratic Press, a weekly newspaper. It became the Sedalia Democrat soon after. It began its daily edition, originally called the Daily Democrat, December 19, 1871 until 1873. It was also published as the Sedalia Weekly Democrat from 1872 and the Sedalia Evening Democrat from 1891 until 1906. 1906 when it merged with the Sedalia Evening Sentinel, a newspaper published from 1896 until 1906 and as the Sedalia Sentinel in 1906. The Sentinel published the infamous poem Niggers in the White House. It was succeeded by the Sedalia Democrat-Sentinel published from 1907 until 1911. In 1912 it returned to being called the Sedalia Democrat and has co tinied under that title to the present.
The News-Democrat & Leader is a twice-weekly newspaper in Russellville, Kentucky. It has been published since 1806, fourteen years after Kentucky became a state. Russellville is the county seat of Logan County.
The Altus Times is a two-day a week newspaper based in Altus, Oklahoma and owned by Graystone Media Group. It is published Wednesday and Saturday.
Grayson County News Gazette is a weekly newspaper published on Saturdays. It is based in Leitchfield, Kentucky.
The Laurinburg Exchange is a newspaper based in Laurinburg, North Carolina covering Laurinburg and Scotland County. It was established in 1882 by O.L. Moore as a weekly publication. The newspaper is currently published Tuesday through Saturday.
The Robesonian is a newspaper published in Lumberton, North Carolina, Tuesday through Friday afternoon and Saturday and Sunday morning.
The Record Herald is an American daily newspaper published weekdays and Saturdays in Washington Court House, Ohio. It is owned by AIM Media Midwest.
The Madison Press is an American daily newspaper that was published Mondays through Saturdays in London, Ohio. It is owned by AIM Media Midwest.It converted to digital only, and has since closed completely.
The Urbana Daily Citizen is an American daily newspaper published in Urbana, Ohio. It is owned by AIM Media Midwest.
The Galion Inquirer is an American daily newspaper published in Galion, Ohio. It is owned by AIM Media Midwest.
The Times–Gazette is a daily newspaper published weekdays and Saturdays in Hillsboro, Ohio. It is owned by AIM Media Midwest.
The News Journal is an American daily newspaper and multimedia site (wnewsj.com) published five days per week (Tuesday-Saturday) in Wilmington, Ohio, covering Clinton County. It is owned by AIM Media, based in McAllen, Texas.
The Logan Banner, originally named the Logan County Banner, is a newspaper in Logan, West Virginia owned by HD Media, LLC, parent company of The Herald-Dispatch in Huntington. Circulation is limited to Logan County and surrounding areas.
The Williamson Daily News is a newspaper in Williamson, West Virginia. It was founded in 1912 and is the successor to a previous weekly effort, The Southern West Virginian, founded in 1900.
The Point Pleasant Register is a newspaper in Point Pleasant, West Virginia. Circulation is limited to Mason County and nearby areas. The newspaper was founded by George W. Tippett as the Weekly Register in 1862, many years before becoming a daily publication under the title of the Daily Register, and finally the Point Pleasant Register.
The Carroll News is a weekly newspaper based in Hillsville, Virginia and owned by Adams Publishing Group. It covers Carroll County, Virginia.
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