Quincy Media

Quincy Media, Inc., formerly known as Quincy Newspapers, Inc., is a family-owned media company that owns and operates television stations in 14 markets, newspapers in two markets, radio in one and digital platforms in all. Our footprint covers much of the upper Midwest - we have two or more properties in Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin. QMI also operates television stations in Fort Wayne, Indiana, Bluefield, West Virginia and Binghamton, New York, as well as the New Jersey Herald newspaper in Newton, New Jersey. Our television network affiliations include ABC, NBC, CBS and FOX.

Quincy Media, Inc. is committed to doing journalism that makes a difference and to being actively involved in the communities we serve. Our goal is to serve our customers with the content they want on the platforms they prefer and to help our advertisers to build strong relationships with their customers.

QMI is headquartered in Quincy, Illinois, where we operate WGEM television and radio as well as the Herald-Whig newspaper. The company's history can be traced back to 1835, when the Bounty Land Register was one of four newspapers in Illinois. Over the next century, a number of mergers followed. The company moved into radio in 1947 and began television broadcasts in 1953. The company changed its name in recognition of the evolution beyond print and into radio, television and online digital services.

TELEVISION STATIONS

KBJR Duluth, MN
KTIV Sioux City, IA
KTTC Rochester, MN
KWWL Waterloo, IA
KXLT Rochester, MN
WAOW Wausau, WI, WYOW Eagle River, WI, WMOW Crandon, WI
WBNG Binghamton, NY
WEEK Peoria, IL
WGEM Quincy, IL
WKOW Madison, WI
WPTA Fort Wayne, IN
WQOW Eau Claire, WI
WREX Rockford, IL
WVVA Bluefield, WV
WXOW La Crosse, WI

RADIO STATIONS

WGEM News/Talk 105
WGEM AM ESPN 1440

NEWSPAPERS

HERALD-WHIG Quincy, IL
NEW JERSEY HERALD Newton, NJ

Specialties : 

Status: 

Operating

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Employee Count Range: 

1001-5000

Company type: 

Privately Held

Founded year: 

1926

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