Journal Communications' Heritage & Culture
It was Lucius Nieman who, with the purchase of the then-22 day old Milwaukee Journal in 1882, laid the foundation for what would become a well-respected, independent media and communications company. Click here for an overview of our company milestones over the past 121 years.
Our culture is built on a tradition of employee ownership that began in 1937 with the creation of an employee stock trust. To learn more, click here.
Ethics & Integrity
In Journal Communications our ethics will never be compromised. We have high standards that must be maintained both for our investors, our employees and our customers. In our corporate culture, no one is ever expected to sacrifice personal or professional integrity. Read our ethics policies and codes of conduct.