For immediate release:
PARK CITY, UT – (Jan. 13, 2017) – Today, SagaCity Media Group Publisher Diane Caplan announced that Janet Jorgensen, former owner and sole proprietor of the Salt Lake City-based marketing and advertising consulting firm, Janet Jorgensen Consulting, and former Senior Account Executive with Salt Lake Magazine, has been named as Publisher of SagaCity’s Park City and Salt Lake City properties, which in addition to Park City Magazine and Salt Lake City/Park City Bride & Groom Magazine, includes Park City Menu Guide, Things to Do, parkcitymag.com, and saltlakebrideandgroom.com.
“We are thrilled about the addition of Janet to the team,” said SagaCity Media Group Publisher Diane Caplan. “With her knowledge of complex digital strategies and event marketing, we look forward to growth and expansion of our print and digital strategies. We encourage you all to stay tuned as we are bullish on the opportunities available in the booming Utah region.”
Jorgensen said, “I'm thrilled to help SagaCity’s Utah properties—magazines with an amazing cadre of resources and known for polished professionalism—evolve and create new opportunities.”
After working in the magazine business for local, regional, and national titles for more than 15 years, Jorgensen decided to venture into freelance marketing consulting and founded Janet Jorgensen Consulting in 2014. There she dove deep into digital marketing, content marketing, and strategic planning. She also consulted heavily in magazine publishing, which, in turn, grew into providing custom magazines for both print and digital outlets. “I'm fascinated by the constant changing and evolving nature of digital,” Jorgensen said. “I see parallels with what is done in traditional publishing and see tremendous potential to push boundaries between the two.”
Jorgensen’s new post is effective immediately.
About Park City Magazine
Through compelling editorial, stunning photography, and expert graphic design, Park City Magazine has aptly celebrated life in Park City and the Wasatch Back since 1977. Every issue (published twice annually) and the magazine’s newly relaunched website, parkcitymag.com, explores the region’s abundant outdoor recreation opportunities, vibrant visual and performing arts, colorful local characters, and rich local history, making it a must-read for both residents and visitors alike. Look for each much-anticipated issue at outlets throughout Park City and Salt Lake City, including Dolly’s Bookstore, Atticus Coffee & Teahouse, the Kimball Art Center, Whole Foods Market, the Salt Lake International Airport, and Barnes and Noble stores.
About Salt Lake City/Park City Bride & Groom Magazine
With a focus on fashion and style, Salt Lake/Park City Bride & Groom provides local and destination brides, grooms, and same-sex couples with fresh inspiration, inventive ideas, and trusted in-region resources for everything from couture gowns and creative catering to top-notch photographers and stunning ceremony and reception sites. The magazine publishes twice a year (summer/fall and winter/spring issues) and is available widely throughout the state at Smith’s Food & Drug Stores, Barnes and Noble, and dozens of fine bridal shops.
About SagaCity Media
SagaCity Media Inc. is the parent company of the preeminent lifestyle media brands in Houston, Seattle, Portland, Sarasota, Aspen, Vail, and Park City. In their respective markets, Houstonia, Seattle Met, Portland Monthly, and Sarasota produce the largest-selling magazines, most-visited local lifestyle websites, and industry-dominating numbers of engaged social media followers. SagaCity also proudly produces web content and publications elsewhere, many of them award-winning, for its own wedding-industry divisions under titles such as Seattle Met Bride & Groom and Love Wins Texas Weddings, and for outside tourism industry groups in such markets as Portland, Seattle, Santa Monica, Washington state, Eastern Oregon, Tacoma, Galveston, Bellevue (WA), Greenville (SC), Aurora (CO), and Vancouver (WA), as well as for organizations in other industries and the nonprofit sector.