The New Jersey Herald, a family owned newspaper in Newton, NJ is looking for a respected and innovative leader to lead our daily newspaper into the future. Our long-time publisher is retiring next month. His replacement needs to be a hands-on leader who will build upon past successes and provide the know-how and energy to take the operation to the next level. This position will focus on strategically managing the day to day operations while simultaneously focusing on growth. Qualifications include:
The New Jersey Herald was founded in 1820 by Col Grant Fitch, a Newton Merchant, and remains the only daily newspaper in Sussex County.
The newspaper covers the Sussex County area including parts of Warren and Passaic counties in New Jersey, Orange County in New York and Pike County, Pennsylvania.
Sussex County has a strategic location with over one quarter of the country’s population within a three-hour drive. Located in the northwest corner of New Jersey, the county borders Pennsylvania to the west and New York to the north and east. The cities of New York and Philadelphia are an easy drive by major artery from Sussex County. Alone, Sussex County has a population of nearly 150,000. 78% of Sussex County Residents get their local news from the New Jersey Herald.
Daily Distribution of the Herald is over 11,775 and Sunday distribution is over 16,250. The weekly shopper’s guide goes out to over 46,000 households. The New Jersey Herald is part of Quincy Newspapers, Inc., now in its 6th generation of family ownership. Quincy Newspapers, Inc. media group has newspaper, interactive and broadcast properties in seven states.
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Quincy Newspapers, Inc.
Attn: Human Resources/Christina Wilson
130 South 5th St.
Quincy, IL 62301
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