Dominion Enterprises
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Dominion Enterprises
Dominion Enterprises
Industry Advertising and Software
Founded Virginia, United States (2006)
Headquarters Norfolk, VA, United States
Area served
Key people
Frank Batten Jr., Chairman, President and CEO
Products Media
Parent Landmark Media Enterprises LLC
Website Dominion Enterprises

Dominion Enterprises is a Norfolk, Virginia-based media and information services company for the automotive and commercial vehicle, real estate, apartment rental and travel industries. It has Internet and printed media operations. Dominion Enterprises was established in September 2006 by Landmark Media Enterprises (formerly Landmark Communications), following a division of assets of its predecessor company, Trader Publishing, between shared owners Landmark and Cox Enterprises.[1]In September 2017, Dominion Enterprises sold to CoStar Group for $350 million in cash and $35 million worth of stock.[2][3] In May 2017,Dominion Domains, division of Dominion Enterprises, launched new website servicing the domain name industry.[4]

Business activities

Dominion Enterprises provides advertising, marketing services, and software solutions for dealers and private party sellers. Consumer brands include Franchise Solution, Franchise Cost,,,, and [5]

The company also develops internet technology for commercial customers.[6]


  1. ^ Fell, Jason (2008-06-16). "As Weather Channel Deal Nears Closure, Eyes Turn to Magazine Division". Retrieved . 
  2. ^ web, The Virginian-Pilot / from the. "Norfolk-based Dominion Enterprises sells". Retrieved . 
  3. ^ Pierceall, Kimberly. "Parent company of The Virginian-Pilot sells for $350 million". Virginian-Pilot. Retrieved . 
  4. ^ "Dominion Domains launches new website for domain name sales". Boating Industry. Retrieved . 
  5. ^ Shean, Tom (2009-01-03). "Landmark sues over dispute with Cox about publications". Retrieved . 
  6. ^ "Dominion Enterprises". Retrieved . 

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