Artvoice

www.artvoice.com
  • 810-812 Main St.
  • Buffalo, New York 14202
  • Phone: (716) 881-6604
  • Fax: (716) 881-6682
  • Circulation: 55,000 (as of December 2011)
  • Publication Day: Every Thursday
  • Market Served: Erie & Niagara counties in WNY
  • National Advertising: Alternative Weekly Network
Founded in 1990, Artvoice is Buffalo's largest newsweekly. Artvoice attracts more than 140,000 readers each week who are in search of in-depth coverage of local politics, event information, and art critiques. It is the fastest growing media in the market, posting a circulation increase of 600 percent since its inception. Artvoice has led the charge to raise urban aesthetic standards and continues to fight for the community against poor city planning and fiscal irresponsibility in government. The paper has been credited with affecting significant change in direction in major building projects, waterfront development and public funding of sports franchises. Artvoice has also raised over $2 million for charities. With a young, educated readership, Artvoice is a favorite advertising vehicle for concert promoters, retail stores, clubs, theatres and galleries.
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Recent AAN Awards

2001 Illustration, 1st Place (Circulation Below 54000) by Don Keller

Press Releases

Demographics

Age

 18-49 (70.5%)
 25-49 (52.2%)
 50+ (29.5%)
Gender

 F: 46.3%
 M: 53.7%
Education
Attended College:
72.30%

Graduated College:
38.30%
Occupation Professional/ Managerial:
37.40%

Median Household Income:
$49,553

Source: Media Audit Report

Staff

Title Name Email address*
Publisher Jamie Moses ---
Managing Editor Buck Quigley ---
Sales Representative Cy Allessi ---
Classified Manager Sean Heidinger ---
Publisher Assistant Anne Muscatello ---

* email addresses available to members only

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Recent Articles

You've Got No Mail

The corporate hit job on the US Postal Service continues wit the end of Saturday mail.
Artvoice  |  Michael I. Niman  |  02-15-2013  |  Commentary

You Write "Theatre," I Write "Theater"

Why are some folks so passionate in their preference for "theatre" or "theater"? History illuminates the sociopolitical aspects of the argument.
Artvoice  |  Anthony Chase  |  02-08-2013  |  History
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Recent Blog Posts

Staycation: Day (or Two) Trips, Destinations 2+ Hours Away

It’s that time of year again: summer vacation. Unfortunately for many of us, due to finances, work, school, kids, or...
Artvoice  |  07-22-2015  |  Artvoice Daily

Looking Back at the 1960’s: Academic Portraits – Part 2, The Wobbly Chair

It did seem at some critical moments in the 1960’s that the Humanities as we had known them were seriously...
Artvoice  |  07-22-2015  |  Artvoice Daily
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