Digital First Media

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Digital First Media
Private
Industry Media
Headquarters Denver, CO, USA
Area served
New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, Minnesota, Colorado, Texas, New Mexico & California
Key people

CEO & President Steve Rossi CFO Michael Koren

EVP Mac Tully
Owner Alden Global Capital
Number of employees
10,000+
Divisions MediaNews Group & Journal Register Company
Website www.digitalfirstmedia.com

Digital First Media is a management company specializing in newspapers in the United States. It is headquartered in Denver, Colorado.[1]

It manages the MediaNews Group, Digital First Ventures, and 21st Century Media. Its website states it is "a business name of MediaNews Group".[2][3][4][5]

As of 2012, the combined newspapers and online media outlets managed by the company had 66.6 million readers.[6]

According to June[when?] comScore numbers, Digital First Media ranked No. 8 in comScore's General News Category ranking.[citation needed]

California[edit]

On March 21, 2016 a bankruptcy judge approved the sale of Freedom Communications and its two major newspapers, the Orange County Register and the Riverside Press-Enterprise to Digital First Media (DFM). DFM is the parent of the Los Angeles Newspaper Group (LANG), which was renamed the Southern California News Group on the same day, which has eleven daily newspapers in Southern California.[7][8]

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