JRW Publishing Company Purchases HomeTheaterReview.com and AudiophileReview.com from Luxury Publishing Group

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JRW Publishing Company Purchases HomeTheaterReview.com and AudiophileReview.com from Luxury Publishing Group


Minneapolis, MN - January 6, 2020 - JRW Publishing Company has acquired two industry leading specialty consumer electronics publications from Luxury Publishing Group Inc. including HomeTheaterReview.com and AudiophileReview.com. 

HomeTheaterReview.com is the leading specialty AV publication in any medium, be it online or print, with over 400,000 monthly unique readers monthly (source: Google Analytics) as well as the high-end audio blog, AudiophileReview.com which reaches just under 100,000 unique readers per month.

"As true AV enthusiasts, we are nothing short of thrilled to be able to acquire these two key properties for JRW Publishing" says CEO Eric Walasek. "The opportunity to continue to create quality content, the long-term advertising relationships and most importantly the reader loyalty and engagement made the deal hard to resist. We plan to grow many of the key categories of the publications in the coming months, but most importantly we have plans to not just keep much of the core editorial staff in place, but to grow the amount of highly insightful (and free) content that we can publish for our readers."

Both HomeTheaterReview.com and AudiophileReview.com are actively seeking additional, new feature writers and reviewers so that the publications can offer even more content to their loyal readers.

"After 24 years and building the two most high-performance publications in the specialty AV space - it has become time to seek new challenges. After a hard-earned break, I am going to seek new challenges and wish Eric all the best going forward," says HomeTheaterReview.com founder, Jerry Del Colliano.

For more information about the publications contact Eric Walasek at 605.653.8005 or Eric@HomeTheaterReview.com. To reach Jerry Del Colliano call 310.860.9988 or email jerry@delcolliano.com.

About JRW Publishing Company
JRW Publishing Company serves the AV and consumer electronics industry with two premier websites, HomeTheaterReview.com and AudiophileReview.com. With the most insightful and entertaining content in the industry written by the best writers, we are poised for growth and impact as a daily destination for reviews, editorial, buyers guides, newsletters, and interaction with other AV enthusiasts. Our sites have reached millions of readers and remain the place for the most trusted analysis and original content written for the modern consumer.

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