Dayton City Paper

The Dayton City Paper was a free weekly newspaper distributed at hundreds of locations throughout the metro Dayton, Ohio region from April 3, 2003 through September 11, 2018. Pickup locations included areas as far North as Troy; as far West as Trotwood, West Carrollton, and Miamisburg; areas East including Springfield, Yellow Springs, and Xenia; and as far South as Springboro / Franklin. An ownership change in January 2009 ushered-in an editorial narrowing from its broad "weekly news and cultureā€ format while simultaneously distancing itself from the typical tabloid alternative newsweekly editorial format by aiming at hyper-local arts, culture, and entertainment coverage. The DCP cherry-picked editorial covering the region's performing and visual arts, cultural diversity, entertainment offerings (occasionally including Cincinnati and Columbus), nightlife, recreation, dining, beer, wine, festivals, and a blend of political debate and opinion. That focus along with other aggressive changes in 2010 such as moving its street publication day from Wednesdays to Tuesdays, converting its presentation from 50% color / 50% black & white to an all-color publication printed on an even brighter paper stock, and aggressively increasing its regional availability footprint by securing at le... ()

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Fischer | Data Science ID: NEWSPAPERS:1793, Added: 07/15/2019