Cincinnati CityBeat


Cincinnati CityBeat
Cincinnati CityBeat
File:Cincinnati CityBeat front page.jpg
Type Alternative weekly
Format Tabloid
Owner Lightborne Publishing Inc.
Publisher Dan Bockrath / John Fox
Editor John Fox
Founded 1994
Headquarters 811 Race St., 5th Floor
Cincinnati, OH 45202
United States
Circulation 46,636[1]
Official website citybeat.com

Cincinnati CityBeat is an independent local arts and issues publication covering the Cincinnati, Ohio area. It has the second largest readership in the Cincinnati area behind the daily Cincinnati Enquirer.[citation needed]

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History

CityBeat was founded in November 1994. It was backed by local entrepreneur Thomas Schiff and co-founded by John Fox, who left his editor position at Everybody's News (at that point Cincinnati's only print source for independent news) to start the paper. CityBeat has won numerous national, statewide and local journalism and design awards, most recently being named Best Weekly Paper in the state of Ohio in 2005 by the Society of Professional Journalists.

Affiliations

CityBeat is a member of the Association of Alternative Newsweeklies.

References

  1. ^ "Cincinnati CityBeat". Association of Alternative Newsweeklies. http://aan.org/alternative/Aan/ViewCompany?oid=oid%3A11. Retrieved 2007-01-15. 

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