Local News Services
The Wilkinsburg Sun
For information on how to receive the Wilkinsburg Sun, please contact: PO Box 86064, Wilkinsburg PA 15221; or email email@example.com.
590 AM WMBS
Southwestern Pennsylvania’s “local” radio station since 1937 is located in Uniontown PA and offers news every hour, informational and talk shows, and sports updates and analysis.
1020 AM KDKA
NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
Home of the Bucs (Pittsurgh Pirates), this is also the radio station to visit for the latest in news and school closings.
1410 AM KQV
All news, all the time, KQV is one of the original five radio stations in Pittsburgh, and one of only three “K” stations east of the Mississippi.
KDKA – Channel 2
CBS Affiliate station with the motto “Hometown Advantage.”
PCTV – Channel 21
Pittsburgh community television provides the opportunity for City of Pittsburgh residents and city based nonprofit organizations to produce non-commercial television programming.
WPXI – Channel 11
This NBC affiliate bills itself as Pittsburgh’s Number 1 television station.
WQED – Channel 13
Pittsburgh’s PBS station and home of Mr. Rogers Neighborhood!
WTAE – Channel 4
This ABC affiliate station is home of Channel 4 Action News.
Pittsburgh Tribune Review
The Pittsburgh area’s second largest newspaper out of Greensburg offers daily news, sports, entertainment and more for Allegheny and Westmoreland counties. Includes zoned newspaper sections for residents in the North, East, South and West.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette was founded in 1786 and is now the oldest newspaper in the United States west of the Allegheny Mountains. It also tops the list of Pittsburgh newspapers with the largest circulation.
Pittsburgh Business Times
Weekly in-depth coverage of Pittsburgh’s business community.
Pittsburgh City Paper
The only alternative newspaper in Pittsburgh since “In Pittsburgh Weekly” ceased operations in 2001, Pittsburgh City Paper has been providing Pittsburgh news and entertainment since November, 1991.
The Pittsburgh Courier
The New Pittsburgh Courier is one of the oldest and most prestigious Black newspapers in the United States, with a rich and storied history. The paper was established in 1907, and continues to serve as a vehicle for Black expression, publishing an award-winning local edition every Wednesday.