Reporter Newspapers publishes four editions every other Friday and delivers 60,000 copies to homes and businesses in Sandy Springs, Buckhead, Dunwoody and Brookhaven. The publications feature “hyperlocal” editorial content focused exclusively on these communities, which encompass several of metro Atlanta’s wealthiest ZIP codes and most desirable neighborhoods.
Springs Publishing LLC, parent company of Reporter Newspapers, also publishes two monthly papers: Atlanta INtown (37,000-circulation) which serves the city’s dynamic intown neighborhoods, and Atlanta Senior Life (20,000-circulation) with editorial geared to active seniors in the metro area. For more information, visit www.atlantintownpaper.com and www.atlantaseniorlife.com.
The Reporter Newspapers are carrier-delivered to most of the single-family homes in ZIP codes 30305, 30318, 30319, 30326, 30327, 30328, 30338, 30342 and 30350. Copies are also distributed to more than 500 business locations and selected condo buildings throughout the four communities.
With crisp graphic design and high quality color reproduction, Reporter Newspapers provide readers with in-depth coverage of community news, opinions and analysis of important issues and a variety of lively feature articles. These readers care deeply about local issues—in their neighborhoods, schools and government. They appreciate and respond to the news and information contained in each bi-weekly Reporter issue.
Online, ReporterNewspapers.net contains daily news postings from each community and the digital editions of the four publications. Also, each issue and breaking news updates are delivered to thousands of email subscribers. In a typical 30-day period, the Reporter’s website attracts 40,000+ unique visitors.
Reporter Newspapers management and staff are a talented and diverse group with substantial experience in journalism, sales and graphic design:
Founder and Publisher Steve Levene has more than 30 years experience with local and national newspapers and was previously a business executive with the Wall Street Journal.
Amy Arno, Director of Sales Development, has a long history in local media sales and marketing.
Managing Editor John Ruch has more than 20 years of experience as an editor, reporter and columnist at community and alternative newspapers in Ohio, Boston and Atlanta.
Editor-at-Large Joe Earle has more than 30 years of experience as an editor and writer with daily newspapers, including the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Creative Director Rico Figliolini has worked in print production, creative and digital services for 30 years.