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Paul Kozma joins Our Hometown as President and Chief Executive Officer

Our Hometown Inc, today announced that its Board of Directors has appointed Paul Kozma as President and Chief Executive Officer.  Kozma, previously chief operating officer at TracFone Wireless, succeeds Stephen Larson, the company's founding CEO.  Larson was named chairman of the board; and Jeremy Beha, was named Chief Technology Officer. The new executive appointments are effective immediately.

As an internationally recognized business leader, Kozma brings more than 30 years of experience in management and strategic planning to Our Hometown. Larson first met Kozma when the two were at AT&T at the beginning of both their careers.  Larson had just launched his entrepreneurial consulting service, which eventually lead to the founding of Our-Hometown.com, and was working under Mr. Kozma in his first management role. "I am excited about this opportunity and very happy to be able to work with Steve Larson again," says Kozma.


Check out the new web app!

Our development team has created a new web app that is now available to all Our-Hometown customers. It's just another example of how our engineers are constantly working to improve our products and create new value for our customers online.

 


Maps launch on Finger Lakes Times

We are thrilled to announce the latest addition to the Points Mentioned network: The Finger Lakes Times. See above for a customized video tutorial we put together.


Imagine a simple internet solution

Imagine a simple internet solution, that makes full use of your newspaper's content across multiple digital platforms, creating new revenue streams from all access digital subscriptions and display ad upgrades.


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“Our Hometown generates us over $300,000 per year.”

—Bob Waitt, Greater Media Newspapers

“We added 5% to our regular annual 2% increase.”

—Joe Moss, Carroll County Comet

“Up selling the ads was a no-brainer”

—Gareth Charter, The Landmark