Do you have a concern about a news article and need the AJC customer service number? Perhaps you have a subscription to the paper and are having delivery issues. Were you just married and would like to put your wedding announcement in the paper? The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is in the business of communicating, so there are many avenues available to provide feedback or get a question answered. Read on to find out your options.
AJC’s Customer Service Number
There are several numbers available depending on your need.
To talk with someone regarding delivery issues and vacation stops, call 800-933-9771.
For digital subscriptions and digital access to the paper, call 855-554-8289.
Are you interested in receiving a print version of the paper? Call 800-933-9771.
The retail sales hotline is 404-526-2277.
Do you have a concern regarding a news article or photo? Call 404-526-7003.
Are you interested in advertising in the digital or print versions of AJC? Call 404-577-5772.
To publish a classified ad, call 404-577-5772 or 800-723-7884.
To advertise a job, call 404-526-2500.
For legal advertising, call 404-526-5573.
To submit and pay for an obituary, call 404-526-5271.
Religious advertising can be submitted by calling 404-577-5772.
Did you get engaged or married? Call 404-526-2724.
To talk to a member of the editorial board, call 404-526-7003.
Customer care hours are from Monday through Friday, 6:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturdays from 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., and Sundays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Holiday hours are from 7:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.
AJC’s Email/Contact Form
Questions regarding circulation issues can be directed to mailto:[email protected].
Do you wish to submit a news brief? Do so to mailto:[email protected].
Do you have feedback or a lead for a news story? Email the County by County section at mailto:[email protected].
Email the Metro section at mailto:[email protected].
Sports? mailto:[email protected].
Email the business section at mailto:[email protected].
Those wishing to communicate about the Living section of the paper can email mailto:[email protected].
Share a thought by emailing mailto:[email protected].
Do you have an event you would like to share with the community? Add your event by filling out this form: http://events.accessatlanta.com/info/add.
AJC Mailing Address
Feel free to stop by the AJC office or send snail mail to
223 Perimeter Center Parkway
Atlanta, GA 30346
AJC Live Chat
AJC does not offer a live chat service on their website.
AJC Support Website
Click here to access the AJC online portal: https://myaccount.ajc.com.
Create and have access to your account. Do you have a question? Before emailing or calling, check out the FAQ page. https://membercenter.ajc.com/products.
AJC’s Social Media Accounts
Follow AJC on their social media pages.
AJC’s Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ajc
Receive up-to-the-minute updates on your community and connect with an AJC customer care rep.
AJC’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajc
Tweet to AJC’s reps, but you are not able to send a private message.
AJC’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/atlanta-journal-constitution/
Learn about working for AJC from their LinkedIn page.
AJC’s Google+: There is not an AJC presence on Google+.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is the only daily newspaper serving the citizens of Atlanta and surrounding communities. The name came from the merger of The Atlanta Journal and The Atlanta Constitution in 1982.
The AJC is co-owned with television station WSB. They also own six radio stations.
The Atlanta Journal was established in 1883. Margaret Mitchell, the author of Gone With the Wind, worked for the Journal in the 1920s.
The Atlanta Constitution was founded in 1868. A notable alumnus of the Constitution includes Joel Chandler Harris. Harris became famous for inventing the character of Uncle Remus.
Lewis Grizzard, a favorite redneck humorist, also wrote for the Constitution. Other notable employees include Ralph McGill who was one of the few southern editors who supported the Civil Rights Movement.
Reporters and cartoonists of the paper have received three Pulitzer Prizes.
The AJC used to cover all 159 counties in Georgia. After the drop in circulation in the late 2000, the paper now only covers the Atlanta metropolitan area. From 2007 to 2010, circulation for the AJC dropped 44%.
The daily AJC is divided into four sections: the Main section, which includes the news of the state, nation, and world; the Metro section that includes headlines from the Atlanta area; the Sports section, and the Living section.