What does it mean to be a "Post-Gazette reader" or a "Trib reader" these days?
Frustrated by how their city has decayed, McKeesport students know that without a local newspaper problems can go unchecked.
“An apology is almost unheard of. Most offenders, even from organizations which should know better, just shrug it off."
"We’re still in the region and we’re still producing content every day. It’s just a matter of looking in a different place for it," says the Trib's top exec.
What will it mean to future generations that the city’s newspapers are shifting to digital formats?
"You achieve a level of diversity of perspective, experience and expertise that no single newsroom could ever achieve on its own."
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Conflicting reports make the evolving story of Antwon Rose's death complicated to cover. The solution on all sides? Transparency.