|Former editors||Eve Picker |
|Publisher||Issue Media Group LLC|
|First issue||March 2006|
Pop City is a weekly online magazine and website with content focusing on news and features about Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The content is framed around talent, innovation, diversity and environment.
History and profile
Pop City was launched in March 2006. It was spearheaded by Brian Boyle, a Detroit businessman who had experience in website development in other regions. The startup costs totaled $200,000. Those costs were defrayed by pledges from the Urban Redevelopment Authority, The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, and the Allegheny Conference on Community Development.
- Shropshire, Corilyn (March 4, 2006). "Bits&Bytes: Sewickley venture capitalist preparing another fund". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
- "About Pop City". Pop City.
- Daparma, Ron (Sep 23, 2007). "Pop City". Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
- Sciullo, Maria (December 13, 2007). "Web site aims to advance region by highlighting neighborhoods". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
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