Stacker signs 5 new publishing partners, adding to 2,000+ publisher network

Stacker brings localized journalism to Adams Publishing Group, Advance Local, Beasley Media Group, Narcity and WEHCO


New York, NY — (February 3, 2022) — Stacker, a data-driven newswire, has signed five new publishing partners—Adams Publishing Group, Advance Local, Beasley Media Group, Narcity and WEHCO. Stacker will provide its localized journalism to newsrooms in those partner networks.

The new partners reflect the diversity of the current media landscape: newspaper groups, broadcast organizations and digital platforms. With Adams Publishing Group and Advance Local in the top 10 largest newspaper networks, and Beasley Media Group in the top 10 radio groups, these partnerships add to Stacker's overall distribution network of 2,000+ publishers. In addition to the latest partnerships, Stacker grew its publisher network by 300% in 2021, helping to bring its journalism to 40M readers last year. 

Stacker takes a different tack on the traditional newswire service by offering data-driven content—a popular and rapidly growing area of journalism that has not seen the same level of investment outside of individual newsrooms. Whether it’s localized coverage of rural hospital closures, or a breakdown of voter demographics by state, Stacker produces trusted journalism by shining a light on stories often hidden in local and national data. Stacker provides a national desk to local and independent news partners helping them fill coverage gaps, complement their own reporting, and ultimately allowing them to deliver engaging and data-driven stories for their readers.

Stacker Local, the company’s newest content product, delivers hyperlocal insights at scale, spanning news, business and lifestyle topics and localized across all 50 states and 386 metro areas. Stacker is working with local outlets at Nexstar, Hearst and more to help small newsrooms bolster their coverage and focus their efforts on the local community reporting they do best. Stacker Local is driven by the combination of a proprietary storytelling tech stack and a team of journalists  that transform data into full stories featuring state, city, county or even zip-code-level insights.

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Emily Hodgkins | High10 Media |


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