Journal Communications partners with more than 100 clients, ranging from chambers of commerce and state farm bureaus to economic development agencies and convention and visitors bureaus. We help them wield the power of quality content – distributed through multiple channels, including print and Web – to connect with their target audience.
Journal’s content marketing program for state departments of agriculture help clients promote agriculture to a growing audience of consumers concerned about their families’ food source. The print magazine, digital version and web presence help clients educate community leaders and lawmakers… MORE >>
Journal Communications created a content marketing program for the Texas Office of Governor, Economic Development & Tourism, the state’s leading economic development agency, to complement its Texas Wide Open for Business economic development marketing effort.
The program’s components – a… MORE >>
Journal Communications began working with the Tennessee Farm Bureau in 2004, helping the organization design a strategy – which includes a quarterly print publication and companion website – to better communicate with its non-farming members.
In 2010, Journal expanded that… MORE >>
The city of Brentwood, Tenn., was looking for a way to use taxes collected from hotel visits to promote tourism and the community’s “buy local” efforts.
City officials decided to invest in a website that would serve as both a… MORE >>
Journal began working with the Kinston-Lenoir Chamber of Commerce on a chamber integrated publishing program in 2008. In 2010, Kinston became the third chamber to partner with Journal for design and development of the chamber of commerce website.
Chamber President… MORE >>
Since 1997, Journal Communications has partnered with the North Carolina Division of Tourism, Film and Sports Development to design an integrated publishing program to draw visitors to the state.
• Print: an annual print publication features original articles and photography… MORE >>