Times Community Media has launched a new business magazine, Loudoun Business Journal, which hit shelves June 18.
The inaugural issue, a 44-page glossy focused on the future of doing business in Loudoun County, has a distribution of 30,000 and will serve as a staple for business news in the area.
“As a local publisher, we’re yet another local citizen who cares. The Loudoun Business Journal reflects our deep commitment in our community,” said Peter Arundel, publisher and CEO of Times Community Media.
The magazine will publish quarterly with the next issue expected this fall.
Loudoun Business Journal aims to highlight a viewpoint that Loudoun County has hit its prime, with a reinvigorated rural economy in the west and suburban and business development in the east.
“We think that this is the decade of Loudoun. Having been on the cusp of breaking through as a major business community for so long, it’s our time,” said John Geddie, editor of the Loudoun Business Journal.
According to Arundel, the Loudoun Times-Mirror is primed to produce a business publication that can keep its readers informed on an ever-growing business community.
“The Virginia Press Association ranked the Times-Mirror as the best weekly in the state two years running. That’s a phenomenal achievement. Even so, our reporting team cannot get to the hundreds of great local business stories. These are stories about people who make our county tick. They have a real vested interest in the well-being of Loudoun,” Arundel said.
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