NUVO (newspaper)

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NUVO
NUVO front page.jpg
A sample front page of NUVO
Type Alternative weekly
Format Tabloid
Owner(s) NUVO, Inc.
Publisher Kevin McKinney
Editor Katherine Coplen
Founded March 25, 1990
Language English
Headquarters 3951 North Meridian Street
Suite 200
Indianapolis, Indiana
United States
Circulation 46,788 weekly in 2011[1]
Website nuvo.net

NUVO is an alternative weekly newspaper and news website serving the Indianapolis, Indiana, metropolitan area. Locally owned and operated, it features news stories, music, food, theatre and film reviews and also has sections for classifieds and other advertisements. It is printed in a tabloid format, and is available free at 1,200 locations around Indianapolis.

The paper frequently runs articles covering the happenings in area politics, music, culture, environment and the arts.

The paper began publishing in March 25, 1990 and celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2015. "Best of Indy" awards are listed each year, covering a wide range of topics such as the best meal under $5, best sex shop, best local bands, best music venues and the best radio and television personalities. Frequent freelance writers include David Hoppe (former Managing Editor), Rita Kohn, Kyle Long, Morton Marcus, Ed Johnson-Ott and Sam Watermeier.

NUVO's editors include Katherine Coplen (Editor), Amber Stearns (News), Emily Taylor (Arts), Cavan McGinsie (Food) and Brian Weiss (Engagement).

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  1. ^ "Annual Audit Report, September 2011". Larkspur, Calif.: Verified Audit Circulation. Retrieved April 30, 2012. 

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