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The '''''Birmingham Business Journal''''' is a weekly newspaper highlighting business news in the [[Birmingham]] area. The paper was launched by a group of local businessmen in [[1984]], with [[Tina Verciglio-Sava]] as publisher. It was sold in [[1999]] to American City Business Journals, which is owned, in turn, by Advance Publications.
 
The '''''Birmingham Business Journal''''' is a weekly newspaper highlighting business news in the [[Birmingham]] area. The paper was launched by a group of local businessmen in [[1984]], with [[Tina Verciglio-Sava]] as publisher. It was sold in [[1999]] to American City Business Journals, which is owned, in turn, by Advance Publications.
  
The paper's local offices are located at 2140 [[11th Avenue South]]. [[Joel Welker]], former advertising director for the ''Atlanta Business Chronicle'' is the paper's publisher. He took over for [[Melanie Dickinson]] in June [[2008]]. In addition to the weekly print edition, the paper publishes daily news items online.
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The paper's local offices are located in the [[Park Building]] at 2140 [[11th Avenue South]]. [[Joel Welker]], former advertising director for the ''Atlanta Business Chronicle'' is the paper's publisher. He took over for [[Melanie Dickinson]] in June [[2008]]. In addition to the weekly print edition, the paper publishes daily news items online.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 06:07, 8 June 2021

The Birmingham Business Journal is a weekly newspaper highlighting business news in the Birmingham area. The paper was launched by a group of local businessmen in 1984, with Tina Verciglio-Sava as publisher. It was sold in 1999 to American City Business Journals, which is owned, in turn, by Advance Publications.

The paper's local offices are located in the Park Building at 2140 11th Avenue South. Joel Welker, former advertising director for the Atlanta Business Chronicle is the paper's publisher. He took over for Melanie Dickinson in June 2008. In addition to the weekly print edition, the paper publishes daily news items online.

Leadership

References

  • "Birmingham Business Journal celebrates 25 years." (January 9, 2009) Birmingham Business Journal
  • Coker, Angel (June 7, 2021) "BBJ names new editor-in-chief." Birmingham Business Journal

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