The Albuquerque Publishing Company is the production and distribution agent for the Albuquerque Journal. APC also oversees the sales, marketing, human resources, purchasing, accounting, maintenance, security and technical aspects necessary to publish a daily newspaper.
The Albuquerque Journal proudly serves as the newspaper of record for the state, with five separate morning editions, including The Journal, Journal Santa Fe, Rio Rancho Journal, West Side Journal and Journal North. Each edition provides expanded reach statewide and delivers the news coverage New Mexican's have come to depend on. From investigative reporting and provocative opinions to revealing features and grass-roots community news, the Journal has been serving New Mexico since 1880.
The Albuquerque Journal is a home-owned, independent morning newspaper, which is a rarity in today's conglomerate-run newspaper industry. Published 365 days a year, the Albuquerque Journal circulates throughout New Mexico and into Texas, Colorado and Arizona.
As New Mexico's oldest, largest and only statewide newspaper, the Albuquerque Journal not only keeps the state's citizens informed, it keeps them connected. The newspaper has always been a forum for public debate and a medium for information, providing news coverage on important issues throughout the city, state and country.
The Journal is home to some of the state's best-known journalists, including columnist Jim Belshaw and cartoonist John Trever. The Journal's desks keep readers informed and involved with a wide variety of issues.
The newspaper prides itself on keeping up with the latest technology and provides a vast array of services to its readers. The Journal's Web site hosts thousands of pages of news, features and information, as well as on-line advertising for readers. In print, the Journal publishes five editions a day - to provide readers with up-to-date information.
Community outreach also is a commitment met by the Journal