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A visionary team

| Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016, 9:57 a.m.

I proudly present to you our newsroom of the future.

Our editorial staff is 115 employees strong, well-trained, prepared and enthusiastic about creating and delivering your hometown news.

What sets them apart is their passion, dedication and commitment to journalistic excellence.

Over the last year and a half, our editorial team has counteracted the changes in our industry and worked hard to transform our company. They've made incredible progress in the face of a dramatic shift in readers' habits and industry-wide declines in advertising revenue.

It is more crucial than ever that we offer readers the news how and where they want it — on websites, social media platforms or in traditional print publications.

We are changing to meet your needs.

Tomorrow, we will emerge a leaner yet nimbler company poised to compete in this new media market while sustaining our place as the leading source of local news and sports in Western Pennsylvania.

Our print portfolio will remain the strongest in the region, reaching more than 400,000 households each week through our daily and weekly products spanning Allegheny and Westmoreland counties. Our digital audience, which exceeds 2.5 million unique users a month, will see our offerings expand beyond TribLIVE.com to include our new, free e-edition, PghTrib.com .This new digital edition will focus on the news that matters most in Allegheny County. It will offer an increased focus on topics of regional interest such as health care, education and transportation.

Our commitment to the region is unwavering. We will work hard to keep your loyalty and readership each and every day, and we thank you for your continued support through our transition.

Welcome to the “new” Trib Total Media. Your city. Your news.

Jennifer Bertetto, President & CEO

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