We could not have achieved this point assuring not only the survival, but also the expansion of SJR without the dedication for many years by the editor, cartoonists and designers, the labors of writers, columnists, the board of editorial advisors and the board of directors as well as the contributions by its readers that were cited in the last issue as the true media elite in our community.
SJR will be published six times per year instead of ten.
The idea for forming SJR was an outgrowth of the turmoil of the 1960s and what happened at the 1968 Chicago Democratic Convention.
The billings from SJR Enterprises stood out like a sore thumb.
One look at it removed any doubt that Stanley and SJR Enterprises were one and the same.
A round lot of shares in SJR
, whose short name is SJR
B, amounts to 100 and the company is included in the Industrials sector.
Since subscriptions do not pay for the total cost of the publication and since SJR has been unable to develop advertising (SJR has no objections to including ads), remaining independent implies the raising of funds to pay for the deficit.
This takes professional know-how, people power, and the time to devote to this activity, all of which SJR cannot supply at this time.
SJR was one of the very few media outlets, that recognized the flawed direction "Public Journalism" would take the media.
However, on the local scene SJR was amazingly successful.
One of the things they understood was that SJR was being run on a shoestring.
But mostly SJR continued because the Klotzers continued to subsidize it.