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KDKA Channel 2 and AM 1020. Local CBS affiliate. KDKA radio started broadcasting on November 2, 1920 as the world''s first commercial radio station.
WPXI Channel 53. Local FOX affiliate.
WPXI Channel 11. Local NBC affiliate.
WQED Channel 13 and FM 89.3. Founded in 1954, WQED was the country''s first community-owned television station and became a production center of national programs for the Public Broadcasting Service. Over 1,000,000 households of viewers and listeners rely on WQED each week, more than any other Pittsburgh educational or cultural institution.
WTAE Channel 4. Local ABC affiliate.
Southwestern Pennsylvania's only independent public radio news and information station.
KQV AM 1040.
WYEP FM 91.3. An independent, listener-supported public media organization giving voice to quality music and provocative ideas, fostering an increasingly more vibrant, artistic, diverse and caring community.
Providing Pittsburgh with breaking local news, sports, insightful editorials, national and global coverage, classifieds and countless helpful hints for over 200 years. Today, over a million people read the Post-Gazette each week, more than any other newspaper in Western Pennsylvania.
The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review began publishing on December 17, 1992. Today, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, with its state-of-the-art facilities and satellite offices, is the most rapidly expanding newspaper in the United States.
The New Pittsburgh Courier is one of the oldest and most prestigious black newspapers in the United States, with a rich and storied history. Established in 1907 by Edwin Harleston, a guard in the H. J. Heinz food-packing plant, the Pittsburgh Courier gained national prominence after attorney Robert Lee Vann became the newspaper's editor and publisher, treasurer, and legal counsel in 1910. In his lifetime, Vann saw the Courier grow to become the largest, most influential black newspaper in the nation with a circulation of 250,000 and over 400 employees in 14 cities. In 1966 John H. Sengstacke purchased the newspaper and renamed it the New Pittsburgh Courier. It became part of Sengstacke Newspapers (now Real Times, LLC). Today the New Pittsburgh Courier continues to serve as a vehicle for black expression, publishing an award-winning local edition every Wednesday serving southwestern PA.
Pittsburgh's largest independent weekly newspaper. Information source for local arts and cultural events, music, food, and politics.
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