Redmond Reporter

Redmond Reporter

The Redmond Reporter was launched in 2001 and became an immediate favorite with both readers and advertisers. Today the Reporter remains Redmond’s own community newspaper and is mailed out to more than 25,000 residents every Friday. Our thriving publication covers everything Redmond, including city government, important school issues, the vibrant arts and entertainment scene, the growing business district and action-packed sporting events. But most important, we feature the residents who shape this community. A centennial city, Redmond is the the 15th largest in Washington and home to Microsoft Corp., Nintendo of America, Cingular Wireless, Medtronic, the popular Redmond Town Center that hosts businesses within the technology field.

Winner of 3 industry awards in 2015!

The Redmond Reporter won 3 awards from the Washington Newspaper Publishers Association, including awards for best personality profile, best editorial, and color sports photography.

In all, Sound Publishing took home 229 WNPA awards. Seventy-five of those were 1st place, including the coveted General Excellence. Sound also scooped up nine Local Media Association awards. At Sound, we remain dedicated to covering local stories that affect each of our communities. No other news source reports down to the neighborhood level like we do.

49%

are female

37

median age

67%

family
households

70%

have college degree

$108,564

median household
income

Circulation Comparison

Zip Zip Name Nielsen Occupied Households Redmond Reporter Sound Publishing, Inc. Coverage Seattle Times (Sun) Seattle Times Coverage (Sun)
98052 Redmond 25,619 15,623 61% 4,749 18.5%
98053 Redmond 7,698 5,647 73% 1,945 25.3%
98077 Woodinville 4,782 353 4% 1,224 25.6%
Misc. 914
Total 38,099 22,537 59% 7,918 21%
Sources: CAC Consolidated Media Report (Q 1, 2016), Seattle Times 2015 AAM Audit (Sunday), U.S. Census: 2014 American Community Survey (5-year), 2015 Pulse Research readership survey

 


Gotta Dance loves the Reporter!
We have advertised consistently for years, and added online advertising this past year. We have hit record numbers in dancers attending our classes, and summer camps, are often over full. As we celebrate our 20th year servicing such an incredible community, we credit a lot of our continuous growth to customer awareness through the Redmond Reporter in advertising in the paper, online, and articles! Thank you.
Gayle Leydel
Manager of Gotta Dance

Green Editions

A selection of Redmond Reporter printed newspapers and suplemental publications. Click a cover to view detail.