Pittsburgh City Paper

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Pittsburgh City Paper
Type Alternative weekly
Format Tabloid
Owner(s) Steel City Media
Editor Chris Potter
Headquarters 650 Smithfield Street
Suite 2200
Pittsburgh, PA, 15222
 United States
Official website www.pittsburghcitypaper.ws

The Pittsburgh City Paper is Pittsburgh's leading alternative weekly newspaper which focuses on local news, opinion, and arts and entertainment. It bought out In Pittsburgh Weekly in 2001.[1]

The Pittsburgh City Paper is a free publication and is distributed in most neighborhoods throughout the Greater Pittsburgh area every Wednesday, with about 70,000 copies printed weekly.[2]

The City Paper was originally based in Duquesne, Pennsylvania, and the paper is in its nineteenth year of print. Like most alternative weeklies, the publication tends toward a left-wing viewpoint. Pittsburgh City Paper's slogan is "All Paper, No Plastic."

The Pittsburgh City Paper is independently and locally owned by Steel City Media, and has no business relationship with other City Papers found in other cities such as the Washington City Paper and Philadelphia City Paper.

Current staff[edit]

Source:[3]

Editorial[edit]

  • Charlie Deitch, Editor[4]
  • Bill O'Driscoll, Arts and Entertainment Editor
  • Andy Mulkerin, Music Editor
  • Al Hoff, Associate Editor
  • Rebecca Nuttall, Staff Writer
  • Alex Zimmerman, Staff Writer
  • Margaret Welsh, Listings Editor
  • Heather Mull, Staff Photographer

Art[edit]

  • Kevin Shepherd, Director of Operations
  • Lisa Cunningham, Art Director
  • Julie Skidmore, Production Director
  • Sheila Letson, Graphic Designer
  • Jennifer Miriello, Graphic Designer
  • Jeffrey Schreckengost, Graphic Designer

Awards and recognition[edit]

In 2010, the CP news staff won 10 awards out of 11 nominations from the Press Club in western Pennsylvania. Individual winners included Charlie Deitch for Business Writing, Chris Young in Health and Medical reporting, Chris Potter for Columns and Bill O'Driscoll for Best Feature and Science and Technology writing. The news staff also won an award for its coverage of the 2009 G-20 Summit in Pittsburgh.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Pittsburgh City Paper Buys In Pittsburgh Weekly" Association of Alternative Newsweeklies, September 28, 2001. Retrieved September 21, 2009.
  2. ^ "Association of Alternative Newsweeklies - Pittsburgh City Paper". Retrieved 2009-09-01. 
  3. ^ "Contact Us". Pittsburgh City Paper. Retrieved December 18, 2010.
  4. ^ http://www.charliedeitch.com
  5. ^ "The Press Club of Western PA Announces 2010 Golden Quill Winners", PR Newswire. Retrieved December 18, 2010.

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