Any excuse to break out my magnifying glass.
DNA. It all begins with the DNA.
Where we’ve been and our history is an important indicator of where our ship can sail in the future. Our DNA tells the story of what we were built to achieve.
We just celebrated our 200th year anniversary as a news and information center. The Press-Register (then known as The Mobile Gazette) was founded in 1813, and continues serving the community valiantly into 2014. The Birmingham News boasts a launch date as early as March 14, 1888. These impressive stats ring bells of honor throughout the chambers of my heart while also bringing into scope how important our product is to the local communities. Through the Civil War all the way to WWI and the Great Depression, we have continued to provide our audience with information, knowledge, insight into their lives and the ever-changing world around them. Even the long town hall meetings no one wants to stay at for six hours. Especially those.
We are a staple of our community, and we’ve earned a treasured place in people’s everyday routines. With technology reshaping how these routines look, our company has also taken the opportunity to become evolved as well. We are providing our audience with the information they need to better navigate the open seas.