Village Voice Media

Village Voice Media

Village Voice Media

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Village Voice Media is a privately held corporation headquartered in Phoenix.

The company owns the Village Voice, America's oldest (founded in 1955) and largest alternative weekly newspaper, as well as LA Weekly, OC Weekly in Orange County, California, Seattle Weekly, City Pages in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Dallas Observer, Westword in Denver, New Times Broward-Palm Beach, Houston Press, Miami New Times, Phoenix New Times, SF Weekly in San Francisco, Riverfront Times in St. Louis, and, an online classified advertising website.

The company was previously named New Times Media. On October 24, 2005, New Times Media announced a deal to acquire Village Voice Media, creating a chain of 17 free weekly newspapers around the country with a combined circulation of 1.8 million and controlling a quarter of the weekly circulation of alternative weekly newspapers in North America. After the deal's completion, New Times used the Village Voice Media name.

In 2002, the previous Village Voice Media entered into a noncompetition agreement with New Times Media, another national publisher of alternative weeklies, whereby the two companies agreed to stop publishing New Times LA (a product of New Times Media) and Cleveland Free Times (a product of Village Voice Media), so that the companies would not publish two, competing newspapers in any single city. This agreement and phasing out of the two newspapers, led to an......
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