Happy Birthday, GA Voice!

It’s a celebration. Atlanta’s GA Voice is marking its first anniversary! We here at qnotes send GA Voice’s staff and the Atlanta community our best wishes!

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From GA Voice:

This issue of the GA Voice marks an important milestone for any small company, and especially a company in an industry that many claim is on the wane: It is Volume 2, Issue 1. Our first year is history, and we are forging full speed ahead into our second.

Like so many things in life, the GA Voice began with an ending. The seeds of the GA Voice were planted Nov. 16, 2009, when the staff of Southern Voice — the city’s LGBT newspaper for more than 20 years — learned that paper’s parent company, Window Media, had changed the locks and filed for bankruptcy.

It was an abrupt end to a long, slow decline brought on by a poor economy, declining advertising sales in print media, and most importantly, Window Media’s drive to expand the chain at all costs.

Several names that now appear in the GA Voice masthead lost their jobs that day.

Read the rest of the GA Voice piece at thegavoice.com…

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Posted by Matt Comer

Matt Comer previously served as editor from October 2007 through August 2015 and as a staff writer afterward in 2016.

One Reply to “Happy Birthday, GA Voice!”

  1. Thanks, Q Notes! Keep up the great work.

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