Journal Register Company Acquires Connecticut Magazine

Posted on September 3, 1999

Journal Register Company Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer Robert M. Jelenic has announced the company's acquisition of Connecticut Magazine. Owned by Communications International since 1982, Connecticut Magazine was founded in 1980 by Dan Lufkin, a founder of Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette, the Wall Street investment and merchant bank. Based in Trumbull, CT, Connecticut Magazine, with a paid circulation of 88,639, provides a monthly perspective on the politics, business, entertainment, culture and lifestyles of Connecticut.

"With its strong brand name, loyal following and history of quality journalism, we are proud to add Connecticut Magazine to our Connecticut cluster," said Jelenic. "I am extremely happy to welcome Michael Mims, president and publisher of Connecticut Magazine, and his staff to the Journal Register Company family. It is an excellent complement to all of our Connecticut publications and extends our reach to the four corners of the state."
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