Cincinnati CityBeat

www.citybeat.com
  • 811 Race St., Fifth Floor
  • Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
  • Phone: (513) 665-4700
  • Fax: (513) 665-4368
  • Circulation: 35,000 (as of June 2014 - figure submitted by publisher)
  • Publication Day: Every Wednesday
  • Market Served: Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky
  • National Advertising: Alternative Weekly Network
  • Publishing Group: SouthComm, Inc.
Life in Cincinnati has a discernible rhythm. A pulse. A beat. It takes a wily alternative newspaper to measure the contradictions and rhythms of daily life here. And that's why CityBeat exists. To pick up on the beat of a city struggling to compete in the new millennium while firmly rooted in -- some would say shackled to -- traditions of the past.

Our overriding goal has always been and remains to give voice -- through the news, arts and entertainment sections -- to those in the community who are under-covered or ignored by Cincinnati's conservative mainstream media.
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Recent AAN Awards

2009 Special Section, Honorable Mention (Circulation Below 50000) by CityBeat Staff
2008 News Story-Long Form, 2nd Place (Circulation Below 55000) by Kevin Osborne
2006 Photography, 3rd Place (Circulation Above 50000) by Cameron Knight
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Demographics

Age

 18-34 (39%)
 18-49 (71%)
 25-49 (51%)
Gender

 F: 52%
 M: 48%
Education
Attended College:
73%

Graduated College:
43%
Occupation Professional/ Managerial:
47%

Median Household Income:
$58,000

Source: Media Audit, Summer 2008

Staff

Title Name Email address*
Publisher Dan Bockrath ---
Sales & Marketing Director Chuck Davis ---
Editor Danny Cross ---
Music Editor Mike Breen ---
Circulation manager Steve Ferguson ---
Sales Account Manager Tony Frank ---
Creative Director Rebecca Sylvester ---
Contributing Writer PF Wilson ---

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Recent Articles

Controversial L.A.-Based Organization Relaunches Dubious Pay-to-Play Operation in Cincinnati

Is RAW:NATURAL BORN ARTISTS on the cutting edge of artistic empowerment, or is it profiting off the idea that inclusion in its network is the next step to artistic relevance in exchange for a one-time fee?
Cincinnati CityBeat  |  Danny Cross and Maria Seda-Reeder  |  03-17-2014  |  Art

Road to Nowhere

Why a growing number of Cincinnatians struggle to break free from the cycle of poverty.
Cincinnati CityBeat  |  German Lopez  |  02-14-2014  |  Poverty
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Recent Blog Posts

WATCH: Buffalo Killers’ ‘Weird One’ Video

Earlier this year, Cincinnati’s Buffalo Killers released their finest album yet, Heavy Reverie, a stellar representation of the band’s increasingly...
Cincinnati CityBeat  |  09-30-2014  |  Music

MPMF 2014 Day 3: Last Dance, Last Chance for Love

The last day of MidPoint is like a lot of endings in life; the end of the day, the end...
Cincinnati CityBeat  |  09-30-2014  |  Music

Kathy Y. Wilson Named Library's Writer-in-Residence

Published author, poet, teacher and long-time CityBeat columnist Kathy Y. Wilson has been named Writer-in-Residence for the Public Library of...
Cincinnati CityBeat  |  09-29-2014  |  Politics/Issues
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