Tampa Bay Times

 

 

The Tampa Bay Times is widely considered one of the Top Ten newspapers in America and has won nine Pulitzer Prizes. It is Florida’s largest newspaper, with an average circulation of 355,853 Sunday and 299,985 daily (AAM FAS-FAX September 2013). The Times is produced by the Times Publishing Company, which also publishes TampaBay.com, Tampa Bay’s largest local news website with 2.1 million unique visitors each month (Nielsen NetView six-month average for 8/13-1/14). Additionally, the company publishes the free daily tbt*, an edition of the Tampa Bay Times, tb-two*, a free paper written by Tampa Bay area students distributed to students, and the Pulitzer Prize-winning website, PolitiFact.com; and produces special events, specialty publications and targeted advertising programs. The Times and all of its brands continue to contribute meaningfully to the growth and prosperity of the region by providing trusted and authoritative news to readers while helping advertisers convey their messages to consumers in traditional and innovative ways. The Times has been part of the Tampa Bay community for nearly 130 years.




Bruce Faulmann

Bruce Faulmann is Vice President of Sales and Marketing for the Tampa Bay Times and a member of the Times Board of Directors. He served as Publisher of Florida Trend, a Times affiliate publication, from November 2008 to October 2009. Before joining the Times Publishing Company, Faulmann spent 24 years in the daily newspaper business. He is a member of many nonprofit boards, including Leadership Florida Regional Council, Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce, Hillsborough Education Foundation, the Glazer Children’s Museum, as well as the Tampa Hillsborough EDC. Faulmann graduated from the University of Florida where he earned a bachelor’s in advertising.

 

Bruce Faulmann
Vice President of Sales and Marketing

Tampa Bay Business Journal

 

 

The Tampa Bay Business Journal (TBBJ) is one of more than 43 weekly business newspapers across the country owned by American City Business Journals, a wholly owned subsidiary of Advance Publications. Advance boasts “sister” titles such as Vogue, Vanity Fair, the New Yorker, Architectural Digest, GQ and Condé Nast Traveler. Additionally, they own approximately 24 daily newspapers as well as Bright House Networks. They are the largest, privately held publishing company in the world. The TBBJ is best known for local, breaking, business news and information that cannot be gotten anywhere else. They are a daily, and often a minute-by-minute, news organization that posts updates on their various social media channels. ACBJ employs more business journalists than any other organization in the country, and they rely on local business leaders to continue their success.




Ian Anderson

Ian Anderson is Market President and Publisher of Tampa Bay Business Journal. A Business Journal veteran, Anderson most recently joined the TBBJ in January 2018 from its parent company, American City Business Journals in Charlotte, North Carolina, where he oversaw the development of ACBJ’s digital platforms and products supporting 43 US cities. In his time at ACBJ’s corporate headquarters, he held roles managing ACBJ’s digital product development pipeline, and most recently served as Director of Digital Advertising, where he was tasked with guiding digital strategy and revenue growth for thirteen of ACBJ’s local publications.

 

Prior to joining ACBJ’s corporate offices, Anderson was market president and publisher of Albuquerque Business First, also an American City Business Journal property. During Anderson’s tenure as publisher, Albuquerque Business First grew at a rapid rate during a time of change in the media industry, with revenue, audience and Web traffic all increasing by double-digit percentages on an annual basis. Anderson joined American City Business Journals in 2007, as an Account Executive for the Tampa Bay Business Journal, quickly rising to Director of Audience Development for the publication.

 

A native of Rochester, New York, Anderson later moved to Boston, where he graduated from Northeastern University. He and his wife, Nicolette have two young children; Lachlan and Evangeline.

Ian Anderson
Publisher and Managing Partner