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The Journal Sentinel was created of the 1995 consolidation of the Milwaukee Journal and Sentinel. Journal Communications, which also owns numerous weekly newspapers and radio and television stations, was employee-owned until going public in 2003.
The Journal Sentinel has a sizable investigative reporting unit that has won wide acclaim and numerous awards in the past several years, including two Pulitzer Prizes. The paper has maintained its investment in investigative reporting in recent years despite overall cuts.
The Journal Sentinel has charged for access to its Packer Insider site since 2001 and began charging for its website in January 2012. It offers a metered model, with the first 20 articles per month free, and a digital subscription costing $2.35 per week. In the initial stages of the plan, about three quarters of the online subscribers came from outside the Milwaukee area, largely because of interest in the paper’s coverage of the Green Bay Packers.
Newsmax is a conservative American political media company that produces a monthly magazine, a popular website, and several nonpolitical newsletters. Newsmax was launched in 1998 by Christopher Ruddy as an alternative to mainstream news outlets. It is co-owned by Ruddy and billionaire Pittsburgh Tribune-Review owner Richard Mellon Scaife and is based in West Palm Beach,…