Metro Times

www.metrotimes.com
  • 1200 Woodward Heights
  • Ferndale, Michigan 48220
  • Phone: (313) 961-4060
  • Fax: (313) 961-3802
  • Circulation: 65,000 (as of June 2014)
  • Audited By: Verified Audit Circulation
  • Publication Day: Every Wednesday
  • Market Served: Metro Detroit, Ann Arbor and Windsor, Ontario
  • National Advertising: Voice Media Group
  • Publishing Group: Euclid Media Group
For more than 30 years, Metro Times has been Detroit's weekly alternative for news, arts, culture, film, food, fashion and more. A loyal readership exceeding 700,000 fans seek out MT every week to find out who to see, what to do and where to go. Hard-hitting journalism, in-depth profiles of local artists, musicians, and cultural icons -- and the area's most comprehensive club and concert listings -- have made it the most sought after news and entertainment resource for metro Detroiters.

Since 1997, Metro Times' digital product, metrotimes.com, has provided an information-rich destination for Gen X, Gen Y and Millennials to find out what the latest happenings are in Detroit. Metrotimes.com offers exclusive content, giveaways and an interactive city guide.
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Recent AAN Awards

2009 Column-Political, 3rd Place (Circulation Above 50000) by Curt Guyette and W. Kim Heron
2009 Innovation, 2nd Place (Circulation Above 50000) by Curt Guyette, W. Kim Heron and Sean Bieri
2009 Public Service, 3rd Place (Circulation Above 50000) by Curt Guyette
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Demographics

Age

 18-34 (29%)
 25-34 (18%)
 35-44 (21%)
Gender

 F: 0%
 M: 0%

Source: International Demographics/Media Audit

Staff

Title Name Email address*
Publisher Chris Keating ---
Editor-in-Chief Valerie Vande Panne ---
Advertising Director Kimberly Jones ---
Design Manager Robert Nixon ---
Classified sales representative Stephanie Borlan ---
Advertising Director Kimberly Koplow ---

* email addresses available to members only

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Recent Articles

Detroit mayor, council vote to keep Orr as EM for bankruptcy matters

After days of deliberation behind closed doors in private sessions, Detroit's mayor and city council voted to keep Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr in place until Detroit exits bankruptcy court. Orr, however, will cede full control of the city's day-to-day operations, according to a a joint statement issued Thursday evening by Mayor Mike Duggan and Detroit City Council. ...
Metro Times  |  Ryan Felton  |  09-25-2014  |  Politics

Michigan's EAA Exposed: An Investigative Report

How Michigan's Education Achievement Authority exploited Detroit's most vulnerable kids.
Metro Times  |  Curt Guyette  |  09-25-2014  |  Education
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