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Companies such as Conservative Broadcast Media & Journalism trading under symbol CBMJ.
With an increasing demand for uncensored news and candid commentary representing the conservative side of the population CBMJ’s broadcast, media and journalism portals providing radio, television, web, and print delivery of conservative news and commentary are poised to capture this flood of consumers and the advertisers targeting those consumers who find they are no longer able to get the information they want from many of their previous sources. CBMJ recently announced record monthly revenues in excess of $250,000 and the completion of crucial acquisitions of flagandcross.com,constitution.com, and militarygradecoffee.com.CBMJ now also owns the increasingly popular TV radio, and social media segment"The Schaftlein Report" hosted by economic analyst and political commentator Mark Schaftlein.Among other assets, CBMJ operates numerous social media accounts across several platforms with over 2 million followers, owning an active database of 1.2 million opt-in email subscribers, and publishing a network of 47 monetized political/news websites generating 10 million page views per month.
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Dec 29, 2020CBMJ Purchases Military Grade Coffee Business -- Helps Build Mortgage-Free Smart Homes for Catastrophically Injured Veterans and First Responders Nov 24, 2020Conservative Broadcast Media & Journalism Q-3 Revenue up 97% - Company Reaffirms 2020 Revenue guidance of $2.4M
The recent censorship of certain media segments and the companies poised to emerge into the spotlight as a result.
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Investors are starting to take notice of CBMJ and it undoubtedly will not be“Under The Radar" for long.Do your research now on CBMJ