Journal Communications, Inc. is a media company with operations in publishing, radio and television broadcasting, interactive media and printing services. Its business segments are: broadcasting; publishing; and corporate. The Company's segments are: broadcasting; publishing; corporate. The broadcasting business is conducted through its wholly owned subsidiary, Journal Broadcast Corporation, and its subsidiaries, which together operate 13 television stations and 35 radio stations in 11 states. The radio and television stations focus on providing targeted and relevant local programming that is responsive to the interests of the communities. The publishing business is conducted through its wholly owned subsidiaries, Journal Sentinel, Inc. and Journal Community Publishing Group, Inc., and consists of its daily newspaper, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, and its community publications. In traditional print media, it operate a number of websites that provide editorial and advertising content, including JSOnline.com, Milwaukeemoms.com and the MyCommunityNOW family of 26 community websites. It owns and operates community publications and a printing plant in Waupaca, Wisconsin through its subsidiary, Journal Community Publishing Group, Inc. The Company also publishes a business-to-business publication that appeals to advertisers and readers in the agricultural market with a combined paid and free average monthly distribution of approximately 20,000. The television and radio businesses are subject to regulation by governmental authorities in the United States.