YES! Weekly

www.yesweekly.com
  • 5500 Adams Farm Lane
  • Suite 204
  • Greensboro, North Carolina 27407
  • USA
  • Phone: (336) 316-1231
  • Fax: (336) 316-1930
  • Circulation: 43,000
  • Publication Day: Wednesday
  • National Advertising: Alternative Weekly Network, SAPA
YES! Weekly began as a concept in December 2004, and was on the streets of Greensboro by Jan. 4, 2005. Our mission was to bring hard and fair news, insightful commentary and comprehensive cultural writing.

Since then we have expanded our coverage to include High Point, Winston-Salem and the other cities and towns of the North Carolina Piedmont Triad.

With a commitment to honest coverage, common-sense editorial policy and great writing, YES! Weekly has become a vital part of the Triad media scene, breaking stories, uncovering hidden cultural gems and winning both statewide and regional awards.
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Demographics

Age

 18-34 (39%)
 25-44 (36%)
 45-64 (32%)
 65-74 (8%)
Gender

 F: 52.5%
 M: 47.5%
Education
Attended College:
50.50%

Graduated College:
26.70%
Occupation Professional/ Managerial:
11.70%

Median Household Income:
$42,000

Source: The Media Audit

Staff

Title Name Email address*
Publisher Charles Womack ---
Ad Sales Brad McCauley ---
Music Writer Ryan Snyder ---
Graphic Designer Alex Eldridge ---
Art Director Austin Kindley ---
Staff Writer Daniel Schere ---
Editor Jeff Sykes ---
Marketing Representative Travis Wageman ---
General Manager Gracie Womack ---

* email addresses available to members only

Recent Articles

City of Greensboro considers dropping Downtown Greensboro, Inc.

Taking some by surprise, a seemingly spontaneous discussion about seeking alternatives to Downtown Greensboro Inc. ended in a 9-0 vote last week at the Greensboro City Council meeting.
YES! Weekly  |  Eric Ginsburg  |  02-27-2013  |  Politics

What once was lost

One minute she had the keys in her hand, using the fob’s button to pop the lock on her car parked in the drive. The next minute the keys were gone. Way gone. She tore the house apart and put it back together looking for the damn things, to no avail.
YES! Weekly  |  Brian Clarey  |  02-27-2013  |  Commentary
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Recent Blog Posts

HIGH POINT’S ANNUAL TROLLEY TOUR TO VISIT FURNITURE, ARTS AND ACCESSORIES SHOWROOMS

Additional Stops Added In for Local Events "HIGH POINT, N.C., Apr. 20, 2015 — On May 1 - 2, participating furniture,...
YES! Weekly  |  04-23-2015  |  The YES! Weekly blog!

Scot Sanborn, Proprietor announces Grand Opening of Sutler’s Spirit Company as well as the release of their first product.

"On Saturday, April 25 Sutler’s will hold its grand opening celebration from 5:00  to 8:00 PM at the West End...
YES! Weekly  |  04-23-2015  |  The YES! Weekly blog!

Winston-Salem Named a Startup Grind City

"Winston-Salem has been named a Startup Grind city, joining a global network of cities working to fuel innovation, economic growth...
YES! Weekly  |  04-23-2015  |  The YES! Weekly blog!
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