About Our Company
“Research is to see what everybody else has seen, and to think what nobody else has thought.”
About Florida Communications Group
The Florida Communications Group (FCG), owned by Media General, includes newspapers, broadcast television and online operations in West Central Florida. It incorporates Media General’s converged operations in Tampa, including The Tampa Tribune and TBO.com, the No. 1 newspaper/online combination in the Tampa Bay market; WFLA-TV, (NBC) the market broadcast news leader at 5, 5:30, 6 and 11 p.m. weeknights, and CENTRO, a Spanish-language print, and online media operation. Florida Communications Group also includes Highlands Today, Hernando Today, 12 weeklies, and several shopper and niche publications.
We provide targeted, multimedia advertising and marketing solutions to businesses looking to reach audiences in the Tampa Bay area. We provide a one-stop shop to reach audiences via print, television, internet, mobile and more.
Our innovative team of professionals will work with you to determine your goals, and then build strategies to ensure you business success. No other Tampa Bay media company can bring you this innovative, all encompassing approach.
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About Florida Research Group
Florida Research Group provides comprehensive market research to help our clients make educated, informed decisions about marketing their business. We provide data and analysis from a number of different sources, including Scarborough Research, Nielsen Media, Omniture SiteCatalyst, comScore, AutoCount, SQAD, TNS Media Intelligence, Claritas, Quantcast and more. Florida Research Group also designs and conducts custom research surveys via telephone and internet.
About Media General
Media General is a leading provider of local news, information and entertainment over multiple media platforms. The company serves markets primarily in the Southeastern United States. Media General publishes 21 daily newspapers, including The Tampa Tribune, Richmond Times-Dispatch, and Winston-Salem Journal; and community newspapers in Virginia, North Carolina, Florida, Alabama and South Carolina; plus more than 250 weekly newspapers and other targeted publications. The company owns and operates 19 network-affiliated television stations that reach approximately 30 percent of the television households in the Southeast and nearly 9 percent of those in the United States. The company’s interactive media operations include Web sites and portals that are associated with each of its newspapers and television stations as well as with many specialty publications, and three growing interactive advertising services companies, Blockdot, Inc., NetInformer and DealTaker.com.