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Livability favicon's logo is a website that ranks America’s most livable small and mid-sized cities.[1] The website includes demographic information, statistics, articles, photography and video[2] that summarize the quality of life in cities, including information about schools, neighborhoods, local restaurants[3] and cultural events. The website’s content is anchored by original photography[4] shot by Journal Communications Inc. staff photographers. The site also provides moving tools and tips, do-it-yourself project help and home and garden advice.

Principals[edit] is owned and operated by Journal Communications, based in Franklin, Tennessee, a publisher over 100 custom magazines[5] for chambers of commerce, economic development agencies and corporations, (such as the Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation).[6]

Services[edit] publishes lists of small- to medium-sized US cities, such as "Best Affordable Places to Live," "Top 10 Best Places to Retire," and "10 Best Cities for Families."


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