The Record (Stockton)
name = The Record
caption = The
July 27, 2005front page
of "The Record".
type = Daily
foundation = 1895
ceased publication =
price = $.50 Daily
Ottaway Newspapers, Inc.
publisher = Roger Coover
editor = Mike Klocke
language = English
circulation = 58,888 Daily
headquarters = 530 E. Market Street
Stockton, CA 95202
website = [http://recordnet.com recordnet.com]
"The Record" is a daily
newspaperbased in Stockton, Californiaand serving San Joaquin and Calaveras counties. It is owned by Ottaway Community Newspapers, which is a subsidiary of Dow Jones & Company.
"The Record" was founded in
1895as the "Evening Record." It is a newspaper that covers stories in the Stockton, San Joaquin and the Mother Lode areas; as well as surrounding areas and a national level as well.
1969, Speidel Newspaper, Inc. bought "The Record" and the newspaper introduced its Sunday edition. In 1987, Gannett Companybought "The Record". In 1994, Omaha World-Herald Company bought "The Record."
On May 5, 2003,
Ottaway Community Newspapersbought The Record. Ottaway Newspaper is the Local Media Group for Dow Jones and Co.
The Record is headed by Roger W. Coover, President & Publisher since 1997.
In 2006, The Record began expanding its presence on the Internet as part of a strong digital media initiative.
In 2007, The Record changed its brand to San Joaquin Media Group in reflection to the diversification of the information products and services offered in the market.
In 2007, the San Joaquin Media Group launched [http://www.209Vibe.com 209Vibe] as part of its diversification efforts. [http://www.209Vibe.com 209Vibe] is a Web site and alternative monthly newspaper covering music, culture and entertainment in San Joaquin and Stanislaus counties.
In 2007, the San Joaquin Media Group launched [http://www.sjcrime.com SJCrime.com] as part of its diversification efforts. [http://www.sjcrime.com SJCrime.com] is a Web site with information about crime in San Joaquin County.
In 2008, the San Joaquin Media Group launched [http://www.esanjoaquin.com eSanJoaquin.com] , a local search engine, as part of its diversification efforts.
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