Austin business journal names its new owner
BusinessWeek reports that the Austin Business Journal is naming its new owners as Dan Pincus and Kevin Miller.
According to BusinessWeek, the move marks a major coup for Pincson, who was recently named the head of the Austin Chronicle.
Pincs new company will focus on business strategy, business strategy and family businesses.
According in the business journal’s press release, Pincsss new owners have the opportunity to redefine the newsroom for the next 50 years and to further enhance the quality and value of our journalism.””
I am thrilled to be able to return to a newspaper that is dedicated to the public good and to the community that we love,” Pincsaid.”
We are honored to be in the same space with our great colleagues and are thrilled to join a community that values and appreciates the strong reporting and reporting that our paper and the city do,” he added.”
Our goal at the Austin News is to create a community and a newspaper where everyone has a seat at the table.
To make this happen, we need a new leader who shares the vision and vision of the future of the business and the future media in Austin.
We look forward to welcoming Kevin Miller and Dan Pinsons vision to the Austin community,” Austin City Councilman Mike Martinez said.”
This is a huge day for the Austin newsroom and its people.
Dan Pinches vision and we are grateful to him for the opportunity.
I know his commitment to our community and its citizens will ensure a strong, balanced, and honest newsroom,” Austin Mayor Steve Adler said.
The newsroom will continue to operate independently, according to the statement from Pincuss.
The Austin Chronicle will continue its editorial line in Austin, which includes its newsroom in Austin’s Mission District.