We’re kind of a big deal.
St. Pete is home to a number of Pulitzer-prize winning journalists and freelance writers. And as part of Florida’s second largest media market, you will find high caliber media outlets, in addition to the world-famous Poynter Institute.
A hub for award-winning journalism.
The Tampa Bay Times, previously known as the St. Petersburg Times, is the most circulated newspaper in the southeastern United States.
St. Pete is also home to several business print and online news outlets: Tampa Bay Business Journal which focuses on the greater Tampa Bay area, Florida Trend which delivers updates on Florida business and politics, and St Pete Catalyst which focuses on aggregating and curating the sparks that propel the St Pete region.
Centro Tampa provides Spanish-language news specific to Pinellas County, Tampa and the surrounding area.
The Poynter Institute is a world-class instructional resource for journalists, and anyone “who aspires to engage and inform citizens in the 21st Century.” The Poynter Institute is located in the heart of the Innovation District.
A huge player in broadcast television.
The Tampa Bay area is home to 1,822,550 TV households.
As the nation’s 11th largest TV market, Tampa Bay offers the region some 14 television stations, including three Spanish-language outlets. Local business leaders actively engage with the region’s stations, partnering for promotion and exposure.
Tune in to nationally-acclaimed radio stations.
Over 70 AM and FM radio stations serve the Tampa Bay area. Business news be found at non-profit radio station WUSF, based at University of South Florida in Tampa. Additionally there are two Spanish language outlets.