Traverse City News and Events

MyNorth Media Sold To Heritage Broadcasting

By Beth Milligan | Jan. 10, 2022

Traverse City’s MyNorth Media company — including MyNorth.com, Traverse magazine, and the MyNorth ticketing division — has been sold to Heritage Broadcasting in Cadillac. 

MyNorth founder Deborah Wyatt Fellows announced the sale of her company. "I have been so lucky to be surrounded by incredible people — staff, subscribers, advertisers, my family — who have all contributed to the sustainability and success of our heartfelt mission to celebrate and protect Northern Michigan," says Fellows. 

Pete Iacobelli, CEO of Heritage Broadcasting Company, says Fellows “shares with me a mutual admiration for connecting the people of northern Michigan."

MyNorth Media, founded as Prism Publications Inc. in 1981, includes Traverse, Northern Michigan’s Magazine, Northern Home & Cottage, and several other print publications, as well as MyNorth.com.

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