March 17, 2018 Norcross - AJC's MLK special section is printed out at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's printing plant in Norcross on Saturday, March 17, 2018. HYOSUB SHIN / HSHIN@AJC.COM
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Newsroom Contacts

Editorial Board:

Kevin Riley – Editor, Atlanta-Journal Constitution - 404-526-2161, kriley@ajc.com 

Monica Richardson – Senior Managing Editor, AJC - 404-526-2298, monica.richardson@ajc.com 

Shawn McIntosh – Editorial Director, AJC - 404-526-5007, Shawn.McIntosh@ajc.com 

Mark A. Waligore – Senior Director/Managing Editor, AJC – 404-526-7411, mark.waligore@ajc.com  

News Tips:

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution wants to hear from readers and others who have news or article suggestions. Choose one of the contacts below based on your news tip. 

To report breaking news in real time, reach out to us via Twitter - @AJC - or Facebook . For less urgent matters, call our newsroom at 404-526-7003. 

For news and tips about local or state politics, contact our political desk at politics@ajc.com

For news and tips about Atlanta’s sports teams, contact sports editor Chris Vivlamore at cvivlamore@ajc.com

For all other news and tips, contact communitynews@ajc.com. For investigative tips, see below.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution considers its role as a watchdog over government and community institutions essential to our mission. You can follow our investigations at ajc.com/investigations or #ajcinvestigates on Twitter.

If you have a tip or story idea, contact our Investigations editors, Lois.Norder@ajc.com and Ken.Foskett@ajc.com.

Letters to the Editor:If you would like to submit a letter to the editor, email letters@ajc.com or call 404-526-7003. You can also fax them to 404-526-5746. Email submissions are preferred. Letters must be no longer than 150 words and must include a daytime phone number for verification. Letters will be edited for length and clarity and may be published in both print and digital formats. 

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Politics: Georgia Politics

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News Tips:

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution wants to hear from readers and others who have news or article suggestions. Choose one of the contacts below based on your news tip. 

To report breaking news in real time, reach out to us via Twitter - @AJC - or Facebook . For less urgent matters, call our newsroom at 404-526-7003. 

For news and tips about local or state politics, contact our political desk at politics@ajc.com

For news and tips about Atlanta’s sports teams, contact sports editor Chris Vivlamore at cvivlamore@ajc.com

For all other news and tips, contact communitynews@ajc.com. For investigative tips, see below.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution considers its role as a watchdog over government and community institutions essential to our mission. You can follow our investigations at ajc.com/investigations or #ajcinvestigates on Twitter.

If you have a tip or story idea, contact our Investigations editors, Lois.Norder@ajc.com and Ken.Foskett@ajc.com.

Online and Newsroom Services

Below, you’ll find information about event listings, the Newspapers in Education program our newsletter options, how to manage your alerts and our seasonal internship opportunities.

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Join our staff as one of our seasonal interns. Visit internships.ajc.com to learn more and apply today.

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Contact the appropriate editor from the Newsroom Contacts listed on the Newsroom Contact Page or the reporter whose byline and email address are attached the story.

Advertising

Advertising Services

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Advertising (Digital and Print inquiries)

CLASSIFIEDS

General Classifieds:

Visit us at www.ajcclassifieds.com

Phone: 404-577-5772 or 1-800-723-7884

Fax: 404-526-5904

Email: ajcclass@coxinc.com

Legal Advertising:

Phone: 404-526-5573

Fax: 404-526-5904

Email: legalclass@ajc.com

Paid Obituaries:

Visit us at https://www.ajc.com/obituaries/

Phone: 404-526-5271

Employment Advertising:

Visit us at www.ajcjobs.com

Phone: 404-526-2500

All Other Advertising:

Visit us at www.ajcmediakit.com/contact-us/

Phone: 404-526-2620

Email: advertising@ajc.com

Copyright permissions, article reprints and keepsakes, and archives

Below, you’ll find information about story and photo reprints, content archives and copyright policies. 

If you’re trying to get a reprint of a story, please visit AJC Reprints and select your desired service or request a quote for reprinted items.

Permission to republish an AJC staff photograph is handled by the Associated Press. Please call 212-621-1930 or email apimages@ap.org. Be sure to indicate the type of publication, circulation, intended use of the photograph and size at which the photograph will run.

You can access our content archives by visiting https://www.ajc.com/services/archive/ . Please note that text Archives for the AJC start on Dec. 26, 1985. Page archive starts on Sept. 11, 2011. All subscribers have access to search our archives. Archives from June 2008 to the present are free to search. Photos published by the AJC are currently not available for sale at this time.

The Atlanta Constitution has a partially digitized archive from 1868-1984 for a searchable fee. These now live on newspapers.com. There are no digital records for the Atlanta Journal before 1985 (text only) and 2001 (page only).

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Questions or concerns about AJC articles, blogs, images: Contact the appropriate editor from the Newsroom Contacts listed on the Newsroom Contact Page or the reporter whose byline and email address are attached the story.
Questions or concerns about email updates, newsletters, or subscription / account-related issues: Please contact Customer Service.

Media Inquiries

If you are a journalist preparing a news story about the AJC, please contact Drue Miller.

Employment Verification

  • Verify Job System is the authorized provider of employment verification services. To verify employment for one of our employees, please visit verifyjob.com or call 800.800.4857 and utilize the Cox Company Code (7220).

Leadership Team 

Below, you’ll find a list of our executives, directors and editors.

Editor, Atlanta Journal-Constitution - Kevin Riley, 404-526-2161, kriley@ajc.com 
*please contact for feedback regarding news/editorial content

Vice President, Marketing – Amy Chown, 404-526-7214, achown@ajc.com

Director of Human Resources – William Riddick Jr., 404-526-2647, William.Riddick@ajc.com

Director of Customer Service – Dawn Forman, dawn.forman@ajc.com 

Senior Director of Print Production & Facilities – Brent Woodman

Executive Vice President, Cox Media Group Atlanta-Journal Constitution – Jane Williams

Vice President of Marketing, Audience and Newspaper Operations for CMG Atlanta – Donna Hall

Vice President of Sales – Moya Neville

Vice President of Content and Broadcast Operations CMG Atlanta – Paul Briggs

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