The Village Voice, the long-running NYC alt-weekly which ceased print publication in September 2017 and online publication a year later, is returning both to digital content and print. According to The New York Times, the Voice has been acquired by Street Media, who currently publish LA Weekly (and bought it from Voice Media in 2017).
Brian Calle, CEO of Street Media, told the Times that digital publication would begin in January, with quarterly print editions starting in early 2021. Bob Baker, a former Voice editor, will be senior editor and content coordinator and Calle says that he plans on hiring more former staffers. Calle says the new version of the publication "will honor the traditions of The Village Voice of yesteryear."