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Cleveland's major daily newspaper is the Plain Dealer, which is also Ohio's largest daily newspaper. Numerous community newspapers, including the Call & Post, an African American community newspaper, also circulate in the city. Cleveland Magazine, for readers in the Cleveland metropolitan area, features articles on politics and urban and suburban contemporary living and events. Northern Ohio LIVE, a monthly magazine describing entertainment opportunities, and Crain's Cleveland Business are also published there. The award-winning Cleveland Scene is an alternative magazine published weekly.

About 80 specialised magazines and trade, professional and scholarly journals are published in Cleveland on such subjects as explosives engineering, local history, fraternal organisations, lawn care, ethnic culture, business and economics, religion, medicine, welding and metal production, food service, and building trades.

Cleveland, combined with nearby Akron and Canton, is ranked for 2008-2009 as the 17th largest television market by Nielsen Media Research. The market is served by stations affiliated with major American networks including: WKYC-TV (channel 3, NBC), WEWS (channel 5, ABC), WJW-TV (channel 8, Fox), WOIO (channel 19, CBS), WUAB (channel 43, MNTV), and WBNX-TV (channel 55, The CW). Cleveland is also served by WVPX (channel 23, ION), Spanish-language channel WQHS-TV (channel 61, Univision), and WVIZ (channel 25) which is a member of PBS. A national television first was The Morning Exchange on WEWS, which defined the morning show format and served as the inspiration for Good Morning America.

Cleveland is also served by 29 AM and FM radio stations directly, and numerous other stations are heard from elsewhere in Northeast Ohio, which serve outlying suburbs and adjoining counties.

 

 
 

 



 


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