Seamans Media, Inc., is the leader in specialized sports media in the Northeast, featuring a multimedia portfolio of six regional print and digital magazines and two TV shows, reaching the world's most passionate and affluent sports markets.
To inspire and inform amateur athletes and their supporters by sharing compelling stories
and insightful advice to help further their development throughout their careers.
President / Publisher
617-773-9955, ext. 222
Chief Operating Officer
Managing Editor, Print and Digital
Advertising Sales Director
617-773-9955, ext. 223
Advertising Sales Director
617-773-9955, ext. 225
Staff Writer/Social Media Editor
Staff Writer — NEHJ/NYHJ
Web Editor/Writer — NEHJ/NYHJ
Dan Guttenplan, Hank Hryniewicz, Chuck Jaffe, Kyle McCarthy
Ian Browne, Matt Boxler, Joe Caligiuri, Tony Chamberlain, Malcolm Chase, Rob Crawford, Frank Dell’Apa, Landon DuMar, Chris Fay, Wayne Fish, Craig Forde, Nathan Fournier, Nick Frazier, Sarah Gilbert, Brendan Hall, Kevin Henkin, Bill Jaffe, Tom Joyce, Jay Kumar, Joshua Kummins, Kristine Lilly, Lafe Low, Andrew MacDougall, Wayne Mazzoni, Patrick McCormack, Brendan McGair, Paul Noonan, Brion O’Connor, Tim Rappleye, Dave Ricci, Leo Scaglione Jr., Adam Scott, Phil Shore, David M. Shribman, Dan Schulman, Cindy Skrzycki, Scott Souza, Roman J. Uschak, Joan Wallen, Eric Wilbur
Dave Arnold, John Crouch, Rich Gagnon, Mike Gridley, Dan Leahy, Maddie Malhotra, John McCreary, Rich Miyara
1995: New England Hockey Journal is founded in a garage in Quincy, Mass., by Eric Seamans and his father, Robert J. Seamans Sr.
1996: New England Ski Journal and skijournal.com launch, covering the ski-and-ride industry throughout the region.
1997: Hockeyjournal.com launches as one of the first-ever regional hockey websites.
1997: The New England Hockey Journal Radio Show takes to the air on Boston radio.
2008: New England Lacrosse Journal and laxjournal.com debut, expanding Seamans Media’s reach into a new sport.
2009: New England Ski Journal receives Award in Print Excellence and Superb Craftsmanship in Magazine Newsprint from the Graphic Communications Industry of Rhode Island.
2010: New England Baseball Journal and baseballjournal.com join Seamans Media’s lineup.
2011: New York Hockey Journal and NYHockeyJournal.com launch, expanding Seamans Media beyond New England for the first time in company history.
2012: Seamans Media, Inc., teams with Nxtbook Media to launch digital editions of all five publications.
2012: Seamans Media, Inc., teams with Presto Sports to relaunch hockeyjournal.com. laxjournal.com, baseballjournal.com and NYHockeyJournal.com soon follow.
2013: New England Soccer Journal and NESoccerJournal.com debut, putting Seamans Media into its fifth distinct sport.
2013: The New England Hockey Journal TV show premieres on Comcast SportsNet New England to great acclaim and impressive ratings.
2014: New England Ski Journal publishes its first Summer Edition.
2014: The New England Ski Journal TV show debuts in prime time on Comcast SportsNet New England with impressive ratings.
2015: Seamans Media's two TV shows earn three Boston/New England Emmy Award nominations. NEHJ TV is nominated twice for Best Sports Series, and NESJ TV is nominated for Best Lifestyle Program/Special.
2015: Seamans Media transitions all six of its magazine websites to upgrade and enhance its digital editions.
2015: NEHJ TV begins its third season with a new look, new host and new channel, teaming with Rival Films and Joel Idelson and moving to NESN.
2017: Seamans Media, Inc., teams with GTXcel to upgrade all six of its digital editions, creating a more robust and reader-friendly experience, and to launch mobile apps for all six titles, available on the App Store, Google and Amazon.
2017: NEHJ TV teams with Moody Street TV to launch its fifth season.
2018: Seamans Media relaunches brand-new websites for New England Hockey Journal, New England Soccer Journal and New York Hockey Journal, featuring new digital content and introducing new subscription models for the first time.
2019: Seamans Media relaunches brand-new websites for New England Lacrosse Journal and New England Baseball Journal, featuring new digital content and introducing new subscription models for those titles for the first time.