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There’s So Much Wrong With 97.5’s Fake “Dwayne From Swedesboro” Caller

You know the protracted rivalry between sportstalk radio networks 97.5  and WIP (which hasn’t been much of a rivalry of late) has reached a new level […]

2016 DNC Media services tent photo — several chairs are overturned

Out-of-Town Journalists Can’t Stop Complaining About Philly

Journalists are saying mean things about Philadelphia. Now a Philadelphia publication is writing about it. Stop the presses! To recap: On Monday, journalists apparently realized […]

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A Q&A with Don Russell, New Editor-in-Chief of Philly Weekly

Earlier this week, Broad Street Media announced it had been purchased by Donnelly Distribution, an advertising and circular company in New Jersey. Donnelly’s purchased gave […]

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Philly Weekly, Northeast Times Sold to N.J. Circular Company

A company that drops circulars on Philadelphia-area doorsteps just got a bit bigger. Donnelly Distribution, a Pennsauken-based circular distribution company that was previously a minority […]

The Motivos teams at Taller Puertorriqueño's Meet the Author series. Courtesy of Jenée Chizick-Agüero
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Meet the Philly Student Magazine That Just Got Credentialed to Cover the DNC

If this freaky electoral season has given us anything to be certain about, it is that diversity and inclusion are still quite an issue in […]


Inquirer, Daily News Hiking Newsstand Prices to $1.50

Philadelphia Media Network — the parent company of the Inquirer, Daily News and Philly.com — will be raising the price of weekday single issues of both papers from $1.00 […]

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Executive Editor Sabrina Vourvoulias Leaves Al Día

Editor’s note: This story has been updated to include comment from Al Día founder and CEO Hernán Guaracao. Al Día News‘ Executive Editor, Sabrina Vourvoulias, has left the […]

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Jim Gardner Barely Looks Any Different 31 Years Later

Jim Gardner is a Philadelphia treasure. And he’s been giving us the news on Channel 6 for a long time. Monday morning, @Smoltownphilly on Twitter […]

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Stu Bykofsky Demands Daily News Remove His Byline from Article

If you happened to pick up a copy of the Daily News on Monday at your local newsstand, one thing you wouldn’t have seen in […]

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Philly Transgender Sex Worker Jara Krys on Life, Fame, and Advocacy

Over the past week, Jara Krys, a Las Vegas native and transgender sex worker studying at Penn, made headlines across the country for her candid […]

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What Acel Moore Meant to Journalism — in Philadelphia and Beyond

The Civil Rights Movement and the riots that swept through dozens of American cities in the 1960s also exposed a hole in mainstream newsrooms across […]

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Billy Doe’s Lawyer Pushes Back on Newsweek Cover Story

Billy Doe’s lawyer is pushing back against a Newsweek cover story that questions his client’s veracity in several Philadelphia Catholic Church sex abuse cases. “I […]

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Will Inky, WHYY Compete for Grant Money?

Is this town big enough for two large-scale, grant-funded reporting enterprises? We’re about to find out. Tuesday’s announcement that the Philadelphia Media Network — owner […]

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Lenfest “Donates” Philly Newspapers to New Nonprofit Media Foundation

Gerry Lenfest has created a nonprofit foundation to own Philadelphia Media Network — the company that owns the Inquirer, the Daily News, and Philly.com — and […]

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New Editor Named at Philly.com

Eric Ulken is the new editor of Philly.com, the website’s parent company announced today. The announcement came one day after Mike Topel announced he is […]