Profile: Daily Journal Corp (DJCO.O)
26 May 2017
Daily Journal Corporation, incorporated on January 26, 1987, publishes newspapers and Websites covering California and Arizona, and produces various specialized information services. The Company also serves as a newspaper representative specializing in public notice advertising. The Company operates through two segments: Traditional Business and Journal Technologies. The Company's Traditional Business segment provides newspaper publishing and related services. The Journal Technologies segment supplies case management software systems and related products to courts, prosecutor and public defender offices, probation departments, and other justice agencies, including administrative law organizations, city and county governments and bar associations. These organizations use the Journal Technologies family of products to help manage cases and information electronically, to interface with other justice partners and to extend electronic services to bar members and the public, including a Website to pay traffic citations online. The Company's subsidiary is Journal Technologies, Inc. (Journal Technologies).
The Traditional Business
The Company's newspaper publications include Los Angeles Daily Journal, Daily Commerce, San Francisco Daily Journal, The Daily Recorder, The Inter-City Express, San Jose Post-Record, Orange County Reporter, The Daily Transcript, Business Journal and The Record Reporter. The Los Angeles Daily Journal and the San Francisco Daily Journal are each published every weekday except certain holidays. In addition to covering state and local news of general interest, these newspapers focus particular coverage on law and its impact on society. The Daily Commerce carries both public notice and commercial advertising, and is published in the afternoon each business day. The Daily Recorder is published each business day. In addition to general news items, it focuses on the Sacramento legal and real estate communities and on California state government and activities ancillary to it. As of September 30, 2015, the Company published 10 newspapers of general circulation.
The Inter-City Express covers general news of local interest and focuses its coverage on news about the real estate and legal communities in the Oakland/San Francisco area. The Express carries both commercial and public notice advertising. It is published each business day. The San Jose Post-Record is published each business day, and focuses on legal and real estate news and carries commercial and public notice advertising. The Orange County Reporter reports local and state legal, business and real estate news, and carries primarily public notice advertising. The Orange Reporter is published over three days a week.
The Daily Transcript (San Diego) is published over five days a week and carries general news of local interest and public notice advertising, and has been an adjudicated newspaper of general circulation. The Daily Transcript also serves legal and real estate professionals in San Diego County. The Business Journal publishes news of general interest and provides coverage of the business and professional communities in Riverside County. It also carries public notice advertising, and is published each business day. The Record Reporter (Arizona) is published over three days a week, and focuses on legal news and public record information and carries primarily public notice advertising.
Journal Technologies provides various products, which include eCourt, eProsecutor, eDefender and eProbation; JustWare; ICMS; eFile, and ePayIt. eCourt, eProsecutor, eDefender and eProbation are browser-based case processing systems that can be used by courts and other justice agencies for various case types. JustWare is a family of case management software products for use by courts and other justice agencies. JustWare provides a case management system that includes business rules to automate tasks, document and report generation, digital signatures and shortcuts. Journal Technologies also licenses its JusticeWeb public access software, which allows the public to view certain case information, provides a means to create permission-based access for sensitive data, allows pro se litigants and attorneys to e-file documents, and includes a way for case participants to make payments online.
ICMS is a court case management system. Journal Technologies also licenses CASE, which is an automated probation case management system, including juvenile hall detention management features. eFile is a browser-based interface that allows attorneys and the general public to electronically file documents with the court from a personal computer using the Internet at any time. ePayIt is a service for the online payment of traffic citations. Users can pay traffic citations using the Internet at any time with a credit card, and can obtain traffic school and other information.
Daily Journal Corp
915 E 1st St
LOS ANGELES CA 90012-4050