The Milwaukee business newspaper, the Journal Advocate, is going digital.
In an effort to better engage readers, the paper’s editorial board is announcing that it will launch a website in 2018.
The move will allow the paper to more fully embrace the digital landscape, which is rapidly transforming the way businesses do business.
“It’s important that we do this for a few reasons,” said Editorial Board Chairman David W. Miller.
“One is to make sure we’re not losing our way as a publication and that we’re still a business publication that’s focused on the stories that matter.
The other is to give the paper more flexibility in the future.
We’re going to be able to bring it more in line with our other digital offerings, which are all being made possible by digital technologies.”
The new website will be called the Journal of Venture Journalism.
In addition to its traditional online publishing platform, the newspaper will be making the transition to a new, open-source website.
The Journal Advocate will be free to all readers.
“The Journal of Business is going to take its mission, mission and mission statement to a whole new level,” Miller said.
“We will have a digital platform that will provide a platform for all the business-minded people to learn more about the world, the economy and the world as a whole.
It’s going to allow us to do that more quickly, more easily and with greater reach.”
The Journal Advocate has been the only Milwaukee business publication to publish online for more than a decade, but it has not published on digital for more that a year.
In 2016, the organization published its first issue online, and in 2017 it published its second issue.
The new online platform will allow it to publish issues faster, with less time spent on printing, and allow the Journal to more rapidly expand its reach.
“I think we’ve always tried to make our content relevant and relevant to the people who consume it,” Miller added.
“Our content is a mix of real world and business stories.
Our content is not just about big ideas.
It is about people, about the issues we’re covering, and about our mission.”
The goal of the Journal is to become a more comprehensive, business-focused publication, which will provide greater opportunities for businesses to engage with its readership and better engage with other business leaders, said Miller.
The paper will also publish on its website new and innovative articles, which could be valuable for other business outlets as well.
“The Journal is going from a traditional, print-only publication to a digital-only platform.
The goal of that transition is to be a more holistic, business oriented publication, and to bring readers a broader range of business news, as well as a broader set of topics,” Miller explained.
“There will be content that we are not going to necessarily be covering every day, but we’ll be covering topics that are important to the business community and the public.
That will give our readers more opportunities to learn about the news and to understand the business world, and we’ll bring more of the stories to the forefront of the story.”
In addition to the digital platform, Miller said that the paper will be updating its editorial board.
In 2018, the editorial board will be replacing its current leadership team, which includes Executive Editor James A. Gee and Executive Vice President of Public Affairs, John G. McQuillan.
The editorial board was previously led by Editorial Board Vice President, David A. Miller, who was also a member of the editorial team of The Milwaukee Business Journal for 17 years.
Miller said the change is “unexpected,” and it is the result of the publication’s efforts to better integrate with the digital world.
“Our goal has always been to give our editorial team the opportunity to grow in the digital space.
This new model of leadership will allow us more time to do this, and I know we will be better equipped to succeed,” Miller stated.
“As we continue to grow, we will continue to find ways to improve the quality and relevance of the content and make sure that it reflects the value of the business in the communities it serves.
We will continue with a strong editorial team and I’m confident that we will have an even stronger editorial team in the next few years.”
The decision to move into the new digital space came after a number of issues related to the publication came to light, including the recent disclosure of internal emails from the Journal’s newsroom showing the Journal used the email account of one of its former employees to communicate with the publisher of a local newspaper.
The internal emails were obtained through the Freedom of Information Act and were released on October 15, 2017, and the Journal was also forced to fire former editor and chief of staff Michael B. Zagone after the email was made public.
In the aftermath of the revelations, the Milwaukee Journal issued a statement saying it had “a clear and consistent message that the