Greater Pittsburgh Newspaper Network
Greater Pittsburgh Newspaper Network
Reaching 10 western Pennsylvania counties

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Western Pennsylvania.

According to a 12-month study from Scarborough Research (Multi-Market, R1 2010):

In the Greater Pittsburgh region:

89% of all adults have read a printed newspaper or visited a newspaper website in the past week.

95% of those newspaper readers regularly read advertising circulars, inserts and flyers throughout the week.

In summary, using newspaper preprints is a great way to reach engaged readers. GPNN boasts one of the largest circulation audiences of all newspaper networks, making it an invaluable tool for advertisers to reach their entire greater Pittsburgh audience.

Sunday Average Daily
Total: 631,728 478,303
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 318,498 206,520
Trib Total Media Newspapers 193,507 165,564
Beaver County Times 40,796 32,852
Washington Observer-Reporter 34,059 31,248
Butler Eagle 30,022 27,036
Indiana Gazette 14,846 15,083

Additionally, we reach 829,443 households with our combined community newspapers and Pennysavers.

Connecting you to a greater market.

The western Pennsylvania area is filled with prospects. At the center of the region is Pittsburgh, a Top 25 Metro area, with

  • a DMA of 2,762,790 (24th in the nation) and 1,166,881 households
  • a CBSA of 2,354,285, with 981,527 households.

Also, Pittsburgh

  • was named the country’s “Most Livable City” by several independent surveys including The Economist in 2009
  • has the second-most educated workforce in the nation
  • hosted the G20 Summit in 2009 as an example of successful urban redevelopment and diversified economic recovery
  • is home to seven Fortune 500 companies, 6th in the nation in most corporate headquarters