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PPNS operates as a wire service, drawing content from across the journalism curriculum. Stories are offered first to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review for publication in one of its outlets. The Trib pays a stringer fee for every published article, and stories appear under the student's byline. Stories not published by Trib Total Media are available to other media outlets, and our students' work has appeared in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Whirl magazine, Pop City, Pittsburgh City Paper and newspapers around the country.
Student-written stories published in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review via the Point Park News Service include:
- "Zelienople company builds on Christmas lighting tradition"
- "Company pushes buttons on radical idea: cell-free concerts"
- "'Foxcatcher' producer enjoying success at young age"
- "Sensitivity aids Western Pennsylvania women in funeral business"
- "Warhol Museum uses social media to give fans their moment"
- "Friends running to remember North Allegheny grad who died in race"
- "Green project could put park in Downtown Pittsburgh, 64 stories up"
- "Pittsburgh racks up bucks for every Penguins home playoff game"
- "Pittsburgh markets keep farm-fresh foods on the table throughout winter"
Student-written stories published in other media outlets include:
- "1.5 million Pennsylvanians live close to large amounts of hazardous amonia," PublicSource.org
- "PNC Park home to MLB's 'Ballhawk' of the year," KDKA-TV
- "South Side graffiti watch tackles tagging with the neighborhood," South Pittsburgh Reporter
- "Trouble with rural women's shelters," Washington Observer-Reporter
- " Bald eagles and peregrine falcons make a comeback in PA," The Allegheny Front
- "Ballhawks snag flies, fouls and occasional fan backlash"
- "More women taking care of funeral business"
- "Pittsburgh Steeline entertains Steeler nation"
Visit the Point Park News Service website to learn more.
Contact the Point Park News Service:
Andrew Conte, Investigative Reporter, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Director, Point Park News Service