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John Sackton
Editor and Publisher
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Lexington, MA 02421
Voice: 781-861-1441
 Fax 781-533-9480
jsackton@seafood.com

Susan Chambers
Associate Editor
SeafoodNews.com
Voice: 541-297-2875
susanchambers
@seafood.com


Peggy Parker
Science and Sustainability Editor
PO Box 872
Deming, WA 98244
Voice: 360-592-3116
peggyparker
@seafood.com


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SeafoodNews.com History

SeafoodNews.com developed through a collaboration between John Sackton, Founder of Seafood.com, and Paul Brown, President of Urner Barry.

In 1994 John Sackton founded Seafood.com to provide internet services, and market data and research to the Seafood Industry. He also began selling some Urner Barry data products, including Foreign Trade Data, and advising Urner Barry on web development ideas. By 1998, John was writing some news stories on the seafood.com website as a way of increasing traffic. That year, Urner Barry came into the business as a partner, and helped expand the news service. In 2000 during the height of the dotcom boom, Paul and John considered venture capital funding for seafood.com, but ultimately sold the company to iTradeNetwork. When iTradeNetwork determined seafood was not one of their core markets, John repurchased Seafood.com, and unwound the deal.

In 2002 Seafood.com became a subscription news service, and was incorporated into Urner Barry’s Comtell service for seafood. Since then, SeafoodNews.com has become the most widely read daily seafood industry news service in North America, and has a strong international following as well.

In the year 2000, there were more than 38 companies trying to provide information and trading services to the seafood industry online. Only 2 have survived. Our longevity is due to our honesty with both our friends and the industry as a whole; our independence; and our commitment to the overall success of the seafood industry as the cornerstone of our own success as well.



Our Staff



Editor and Publisher John Sackton


About John
Science and Sustainability Editor Peggy Parker



About Peggy



Correspondents

Laine Welch  - Kodiak, Alaska

Maggie Raymond - Portland, Maine

Eugene Gerden - Moscow, Russia

Amy Zhong - Beijing, China