C-VILLE Weekly

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C-VILLE Weekly is a free alternative newsweekly distributed on Tuesdays and available online at c-ville.com.

C-VILLE bills itself as "Charlottesville's News & Arts Weekly" and "an alternative voice of the community since 1989".


History

Hawes Spencer and Bill Chapman founded the paper as a bi-weekly in 1989.

Spencer was ousted as editor in 2002, leading to his creation of The Hook. Former staffer Cathryn Harding was named editor of C-VILLE to replace Spencer, among the defection of several staff members to the new paper[1].

The paper was previously owned by Portico Publications Ltd., based in Charlottesville, which also published weeklies in Augusta, GA and Columbia, SC. In April 2011, C-VILLE's ownership transitioned to C-ville Holdings, LLC at the time it merged[2] with the parent company of The Hook. C-VILLE Weekly sold the Blue Ridge Outdoors publication in 2004.[3]

C-VILLE Weekly's 20th Anniversary coverage

In 2009, C-VILLE celebrated its 20th year of strong revenue and circulation growth[citation needed].

Personnel

Former personnel

References

  1. Web. Ousted C'Ville Editor Starting New Weekly, Seth Wharton, Association of Alternative Newsweeklies, Jan 28 2002, retrieved 3 Nov 2009..
  2. Web. Portico Publications and Better Publications Merge, Waldo Jaquith, 12 April 2011, retrieved 27 April 2013.
  3. Chapman, Bill. "cvillepedia." Message to Brian Wheeler, Charlottesville Tomorrow. 27 Nov. 2010. E-mail.

External links

official site