Pittsburgh Quarterly

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Pittsburgh Quarterly
Pittsburgh Quarterly logo.jpg
Frequency Quarterly
Circulation 40,000[1]
Year founded 2006
Country Pittsburgh United States
Language English
Website www.pittsburghquarterly.com

Pittsburgh Quarterly is a commerce and culture magazine in Western Pennsylvania, published four times per year with more than 30 distinctive stories every quarter. Topics range from regional indicators, timely issues in Greater Pittsburgh, book reviews and cultural stories to leader profiles, sports and outdoors.

The magazine was founded in 2006 by Douglas Heuck, a former investigative reporter and business editor at The Pittsburgh Press and Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

Every year since its inception, Pittsburgh Quarterly has been judged to be Western Pennsylvania’s best magazine by the Golden Quill Awards, sponsored by the Press Club of Western Pa. for outstanding journalism. In 2014 and 2015, the magazine won a prestigious Folio Eddie Award in the global magazine industry’s biggest competition for journalistic excellence.


  1. ^ "Readership & Reach Chart". www.pm-mktg.com. 

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