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Trib Total Media’s shift toward a digital-only model is playing out amid a larger narrative of an entire industry in transition.

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The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review will produce its last print edition and become a free, digital-only publication, the paper’s parent company announced Wednesday.

Print operations will cease Nov. 30. The company's Pittsburgh newsroom will continue publication online from its North Shore offices led by senior editors Luis Fabregas, Jeremy Boren and Rob Amen.

East End's 'Print' Returns To Neighborhood Reporting

Jan 11, 2016
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A new newspaper has been started in the East End. It's called "Print" because it's not on the web. It's a throw back to the days of the community weekly and even carries the police blotter and the school lunch menu. We'll talk with "Print" founders Ann Belser and Brian Hyslop.

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Newspapers The Daily News of McKeesport and The Valley Independent in Monessen will close at the end of the month, Trib Total Media officials announced Wednesday.

President and CEO Jennifer Bertetto said in November the company would likely close both papers if they had not been purchased by the end of the year.

In total, 87 employees will be laid off from both newspapers.

Trib Total Media said in a statement that the closures are part of the company’s overall “strategic review of operations.”

An Essay by Nafari Vanaski: Pittsburgh Honored by Odd Lists

Jun 18, 2014
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From livability to walk-ability, Pittsburgh keeps showing up on an endless series of lists. These honors were the focus of a recent column by Tribune Review writer, Nafari Vanaski.

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On Wednesday the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette announced plans to charge a $10 monthly access fee to users of its digital content. The Post-Gazette joins a growing number of newspapers to put their content behind a paywall.

Point Park University Director of Communications, Steve Hallock says people in the newspaper industry have been trying for years to figure out how to monetize their internet content. In other markets, such as Toledo, OH, paywalls have been successful. But with Pittsburgh’s competitive newspaper market Hallock says the Post-Gazette is a test case to watch.