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Sun Herald Multimedia

Biloxi.com205 DeBuys Road

Gulfport, MS 39507

(228) 296-2100

(800) 346-5022

Mission Statement: is South Mississippi's entertainment and tourism, in partnership with the Sun Herald and, reaches not only 137,000 print readers each week, but more than 263,000 South Mississippians read the Sun Herald or one of its sister publications in print or online every week. As such, was established to provide information for visitors and residents alike on activities and events available in South Mississippi.

Founded: was launched as a digital version of the Guide to Gulf Coast Living in 2008. It has grown since then to comprise an online site to promote activities and events for visitors and residents.

Key Executives:

Glen Nardi, President and Publisher

Stan Tiner, Vice President and Executive Editor

Flora Point, Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Wanda Howell, Human Resources and Circulation Director

Shannon Oberlies, Advertising Director

John McFarland, Marketing and Interactive Director

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General Hiring Contact: Human Resources Generalist Judy Lee at 228-896-2342 or e-mail jlee@sunherald; Human Resources Director Wanda Howell at 228-896-2341 or

Market: The Mississippi Coast market includes two MSA's (Gulfport-Biloxi MSA and the Pascagoula, MS MSA) and the Biloxi-Gulfport DMA. The six-county region includes 460,000 people in 15 incorporated cities and more than 25 census designated places. The area is known for its seafood, shipbuilding and tourism. Mississippi is the nation's third largest gaming market and the Mississippi Coast is home to 11 major casino resort properties. It is also home to Keesler Air Force Base, the electronic and cyberwarfare training center of the U.S. Air Force and the headquarters of the famed "Hurricane Hunters" the US Naval Construction Battalion Center, home to the Altantic Seabees; NASA's John C. Stennis Space Center; and several other major federal facilities.

Circulation Area: 6 counties in South Mississippi.

Site: Home delivery is available throughout Harrison, Hancock and west Jackson counties, along with southern Stone County. In addition, single copy sales reach north into Forrest County and extend from the Louisiana to the Alabama border. Additionally, the newspapers E-edition serves readers in more remote areas of South Mississippi.


Online audience: 5 million page views per month; 500,000 unique monthy visitors.

Combined audience (print and online): 263,000 weekly

Pulitzer Prizes: 2006 Gold Medal for Public Service Journalism.