Cleveland Plain Dealer
The Plain Dealer is Ohio's largest daily newspaper with nearly 800,000 readers daily, including the readers online. On Sunday, average readership jumps to nearly 1.0 million. The Plain Dealer's media market, Greater Cleveland, is ranked No. 1 in the country for Sunday newspaper readership percentage and No. 2 in daily newspaper readership percentage, second only to The New York Times in the weekday editions. Established in 1842, it is one of the few organizations that has been a part of the Cleveland landscape for over 165 years. The Plain Dealer has won awards in editorial, photographic and production excellence in local, state, regional and national competitions, as well as the Pulitzer Prize for distinguished commentary in 2005. Advertising, Editorial, Circulation Customer Service, Accounting, and other business-related divisions, along with executive offices are featured at the paper.