The RVA logo popularized by free stickers is making cash registers ring at an increasing number of local retailers.
RVA magazine is expanding its reach by acquiring a local website in a deal that should result in more content and a wider audience.
A Chesterfield County media company is expanding its reach into Henrico.
One of Richmond’s largest media companies has finally washed its hands of newspaper ink.
Four basketball fanatics are putting the full-court press on a website dedicated to VCU hoops, and they’re making a play for local advertising dollars.
The Richmond Times-Dispatch is looking beyond the news business to fill unused space in its downtown headquarters.
The downtown-based company that until recently was the parent of the Richmond Times-Dispatch announces layoffs as it reinvents itself as a TV-centric media firm.
Business is flowing at Big River Advertising, which recently expanded its office space by 60 percent and landed a few new accounts.
A local ad agency has gone public with its beef over a campaign designed by a Colorado competitor, and the tiff has gone viral.
Spurrier Media Group opened a satellite office in Loudoun County to help cut down on the schlepping back and forth from the nation’s capital.