Diversified Communications Expands Integrative Healthcare Portfolio, Acquiring Natural Medicine Journal

Today, Diversified Communications closed on the acquisition of Natural Medicine Journal (NMJ). This highly reputable, peer-reviewed, digital monthly journal and website is a valuable addition to Diversified’s existing integrative healthcare portfolio.

NMJ is led by an experienced editorial team, talented sales staff and an esteemed Editorial Board of integrative healthcare professionals who produce timely, valuable content for their readers, which include a diverse group of integrative healthcare practitioners, associations, researchers, faculty, and students.

Diversified Communications’ Group Vice President, Liz Plizga was pleased to share, “We are very excited to work together to expand NMJ’s business model while seeking opportunities to share content – increasing the value for all our customers, and to cross promote – expanding the audience for all products.”

NMJ will remain a stand-alone product alongside Diversified’s Integrative Practitioner digital community and their annual in-person Integrative Healthcare Symposium.

Karolyn Gazella, Natural Medicine Journal’s founder and owner said, “I’m so pleased to have found a new home for NMJ within the integrative healthcare sector with a respected company that shares our entrepreneurial approach and commitment to quality content. Diversified Communications also has the resources and complementary products to ensure the continued success and future growth of NMJ.”

“We too feel fortunate to find such a fitting opportunity within an industry we know and serve,” said Oakley Dyer, Corporate Vice President of Strategy & Corporate Development for Diversified Communications. “We continue to seek acquisitions that can benefit from our long-term approach, broad industry experience, access to capital and back-office resources, whether within our current industries or within new industries that reflect our values.”

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