The NEW JERSEY FREE PRESS delivers a unique perspective on local news impacting residents and businesses in more than 55 communities throughout southern New Jersey. We distribute newspapers through more than 300 locations in Atlantic, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem Counties – from Pennsauken to Cape May, Salem to Brigantine – wherever people gather.
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IT’S ABOUT YOU
COVID-19 has impacted all of us – from consumers to small business owners, community organizations to convention centers and entertainment venues. As we all crawl our way back to a “normal” state of affairs, the New Jersey Free Press monthly community newspaper stands ready to get your message to the public.
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We can help you as we’ve helped other business to grow – with integrated print, digital and radio advertising targeted to get your market’s attention.
ABOUT US – NOT JUST ANOTHER NEWSPAPER
New Jersey Free Press, LLC began publishing the CLAYTON FREE PRESS monthly community newspaper in February 2018, distributed by direct mail to 3,200 homes and 300 business in Clayton Borough, Gloucester County. By June 2018, we started distributing through more than 100 locations outside of Clayton, from Woodbury and Deptford to Vineland and Millville – and everywhere in between.
In May 2018, we began broadcasting “TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS IN NEW JERSEY” – a community focused news and health hour program on Vineland-based WVLT (92.1 FM). That broadcast expanded to become a permanently scheduled program in April 2019.
in June 2018, we began distributing the CLAYTON FREE PRESS paper through hundreds of locations in South Jersey, from Woodbury and Deptford to Vineland and Millville – and everywhere in between.
In February 2019, we introduce the NEW JERSEY FREE PRESS – a monthly independent community newspaper focused on covering news impacting residents and businesses in Glassboro Borough, Monroe and Washington Townships, Millville and Vineland, and other key South Jersey communities.
In February 2020, we united the two publications under the NEW JERSEY FREE PRESS banner, and expanded news coverage and distribution.
Today, the New Jersey Free Press delivers a unique perspective on local news impacting residents of more than 55 towns, and distributes through over 300 locations in Atlantic, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem Counties – from West Deptford to Cape May, Salem to Brigantine – wherever people gather.
More than 645,000 residents in these communities have access to the fastest growing monthly community newspaper in New Jersey.
WE HIT NEWS HARD, OBJECTIVELY & WITHOUT POLITICAL BIAS
NEW JERSEY FREE PRESS covers local news stories about the people, the First Responders, the businesses, the politics, the policies, the decisions, and the actions that impact the lives and livelihoods of residents where they live. We report relevant local community news accurately, independently, unabashedly, and without bias – and provide information about events and people in the communities we serve. We offer news that is not available in other print news sources.
That is why people choose to read us.
NEW JERSEY FREE PRESS maintains a single website (this one you are viewing) to host our monthly print newspaper. We also maintain three rapidly growing Facebook venues through which we post current news, informational updates, entertainment and ads.
NEW JERSEY FREE PRESS broadcasts a monthly news and medical information program called “NEW JERSEY FREE PRESS TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS IN NEW JERSEY” Vineland-based WVLT (92.1 FM).