Learn more about the members of the Pittsburgh Media Partnership and how you can support their work.
We are nonprofit and for-profit newsrooms spread across the Pittsburgh region. We come from different perspectives — and we serve our audiences differently. But we believe in an independent press. We believe in facts. We believe in doing our work ethically and responsibly. And we share the belief that there are times that call for working together and stories that deserve more than we can do alone.
You can support our journalism in several ways: Follow us and read us — and donate or subscribe to us.
Ambridge Connection serves the area encompassing the Ambridge Area School District in Beaver County — including Ambridge, Baden and Economy boroughs and South Heights and Harmony townships.
90.5 WESA is Pittsburgh’s NPR news station, and Southwestern Pennsylvania’s only independent news station and information station. Its mission is to give voice to provocative ideas that foster a vibrant, informed, diverse and caring community.
Environmental Health News
EHN’s mission is to get good science on how environmental changes are impacting human health into the public discussion.
Homewood Nation shares information of interest to the residents of the Homewood neighborhood in Pittsburgh through its Facebook page. Staffed by two volunteers, both with legacy newsroom experience, the “dream,” its founder says, is to provide 100% coverage of the neighborhood.
Gazette 2.0 is a biweekly community publication covering schools and local government in the West End of Pittsburgh (Stowe Township and McKees Rocks, along with Coraopolis, Crafton, Ingram, Kennedy, Moon, Neville Island, and Robinson). Its mission is to provide community service through the delivery of quality journalism.
The Mon Valley Independent
The Mon Valley Independent is a community publication based in Monessen, Pa. with an office also in McKeesport. It publishes in print six days a week with news on local government, schools and police in parts of Allegheny, Westmoreland and Washington counties.
The New Pittsburgh Courier
The New Pittsburgh Courier is a publication written by and focused on the voice of the African-American community in Pittsburgh. Coverage includes Pittsburgh Public Schools, as well as business news, social announcements, and community events within the African-American community.
NEXTpittsburgh produces city guides and job and event listings alongside neighborhood business news. Its mission is to cover the people driving change and the innovative, cool things happening in the city.
Pittsburgh Business Times
The Pittsburgh Business Times is a weekly publication with daily breaking news updates focused on the Southwestern Pennsylvania economy, local industries and small business news.
Pittsburgh City Paper
Pittsburgh City Paper is an independent alt-weekly publication with a mission focused on social justice and amplifying underrepresented voices in the community. It focuses coverage particularly on local politics and arts and culture.
Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle
The Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle is an independent multimedia Jewish news organization serving Southwestern Pennsylvania’s Jewish community.
The Allegheny Front
Allegheny Front is an award-winning public radio program covering environmental issues in Western Pennsylvania. Its mission is to explore those issues affecting the community through stories, interviews, news, and commentaries, along with special series and podcasts.
Postindustrial Media, LLC, is a multimedia outlet that features podcasts and a quarterly print magazine. Its mission is to redefine the Rust Belt and Appalachia region on “our own terms, not those handed down to us by previous generations and the national media.”
PRESENTE, a bilingual publication, is focused on Western Pennsylvania’s growing Latinx community. Its mission is to share culturally relevant content that keeps the Latino population connected, empowers the community and elevates the quality of life of Hispanics in the region.
PublicSource is a digital-first newsroom with a mission to deliver public-service reporting and analysis in the Pittsburgh region. Its work focuses on meaningful enterprise and accountability stories, projects and essays, incorporating a commitment to elevate community voices.
Soul Pitt Quarterly
Soul Pitt publishes a quarterly magazine with a circulation of 10,000 focused on arts and entertainment, local businesses and career development and opportunities focusing on Western Pennsylvania’s Black communities. In addition to the magazine, a website and recently launched podcast, it provides platforms for businesses, local institutions, elected officials, and candidates to reach Black communities.
Spotlight PA is an independent, nonpartisan and statewide newsroom with a mission of holding powerful private and public forces in Pennsylvania — especially government, businesses and special interests — to account through urgent and compelling investigative journalism that drives change and strengthens our democracy.
Storyburgh uses video and live storytelling to give marginalized populations a voice by helping them tell their underreported stories. They also give organizational stakeholders a way to visualize and understand the causes they serve.
Trib Total Media
Trib Total Media publishes local community news in Southwestern Pennsylvania, primarily focused on Westmoreland County, the Alle-Kiski Valley and Allegheny County.
Unabridged Press focuses on disability issues and telling the whole story from the whole person. An LLC designed for the public benefit, it manages the educational project All Abilities Media, which trains people to tell their own stories, particularly using the podcast platform.
YaJagoff! is a podcast about cool stuff going on around Pittsburgh: Comedians, musicians, non- profits, new businesses, the tech, the med, all the stuff.
The Incline is a daily newsletter about Pittsburgh delivered fresh at 6 A.M. It is published by WhereByUs.
The mission of Qburgh, a publication and podcast, is to be the source for LGBTQ news and community resources in Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania: “Always by the LGBTQ Community and always for the LGBTQ Community.”