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Media in Cleveland

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The following is a list of media in Cleveland, Ohio, United States.

Contents

Daily

  • The Plain Dealer
  • Weekly

  • Call and Post
  • Cleveland Jewish News
  • Cleveland Scene
  • Crain's Cleveland Business
  • Sun Newspapers
  • Monthly

  • Alternative Press
  • Cleveland Magazine
  • Defunct

  • Cleveland Free Times (-2008)
  • Cleveland News (1905-1960)
  • Cleveland Press (1878-1982)
  • The Daily Cleveland Herald (1853-1874)
  • AM stations

    1 clear-channel station 2 daytime-only station 3 defunct station

    FM stations

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    Television

    As of 2013/14, Nielsen Media Research ranks the Cleveland-Akron television market as the 19th largest in the United States. On October 20, 2007, Cleveland became the first city in the United States to have all its commercial television newscasts produced in high-definition. WJW was the first in December 2004; WKYC joined on May 22, 2006; WEWS started on January 7, 2007; and WOIO joined on October 20, 2007.

    Cable and satellite

  • Fox Sports Ohio
  • SportsTime Ohio
  • Spectrum Sports (Ohio)
  • Internet

  • Cleveland.com – operated by Advance Internet and featuring content from The Plain Dealer and Sun Newspapers.
  • The Cleveland Leader
  • References

    Media in Cleveland Wikipedia


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