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Trib Total Media to return to Pittsburgh’s North Shore

Jamie Martines
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Steven Adams | Tribune-Review
The Clark Building on Pittsburgh’s North Side.

Trib Total Media will once again be a tenant of the D.L. Clark Building on Pittsburgh’s North Shore, Jennifer Bertetto, the Trib’s President and CEO, announced Monday.

The move back to the Clark building will be official Oct. 1 as the Tribune-Review forges ahead in its continuing coverage of Allegheny County.

“This move to offices on the North Shore illustrates our unwavering commitment to providing timely, comprehensive coverage to our Allegheny County audience,” Bertetto said. “There is a hunger for great Pittsburgh-area news and we will be there to deliver it.”

About 5,000 square feet of the building will be used by the Trib.

Trib Total Media publishes daily print editions of the Tribune-Review — the Westmoreland edition and the Valley News Dispatch edition. Its extensive coverage of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County includes pghtrib.com, along with 14 weekly newspapers focused on communities throughout southwestern Pennsylvania.

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Jamie Martines is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Jamie at 724-850-2867, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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