The company that publishes NJ.com, The Star-Ledger and other newspapers around the state, has rolled out changes it says recognize its future as an increasingly digitally focused operation.
Matt Kraner, the president of NJ Advance Media, said Monday (http://bit.ly/1ojrESd ) that many reporters, photographers and videographers whose work appears on NJ.com are now part of NJ Advance Media.
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NJ Advance Media is based in Iselin, but the newspapers will continue operating local newsrooms.
The new company provides content to the website, four daily newspapers and seven weekly newspapers. It also provides marketing and advertising services.
Kraner says the new company is designed to "expand and improve the news and information products available to New Jerseyans."