Tukwila Reporter

Tukwila Reporter

The Tukwila Reporter was established by Sound Publishing in 2010, and is filling an important niche for a community that until now has never had a newspaper to call its own. Readers can find Tukwila news every day online at TukwilaReporter.com, that helps keep Tukwila residents connected to each other and to the rest of South King County. Thanks to an experienced and dedicated team of advertising sales associates and journalists, Tukwila’s businesses have a highly local way to reach out to customers and the city’s story is being told as never before. That story includes one of the largest retail complexes on the West Coast – the Westfield Shopping Center and the greater Southcenter area.

Sound Earned 275 Industry Awards in 2017!

In all, Sound Publishing won 275 industry awards in 2017. Sound secured 261 awards from the 2017 Washington Newspaper Publishers Association Better Newspaper Contest (including 94 first place winners and 6 for General Excellence), five Blethen Awards for Distinguished Journalism from the Pacific Northwest Newspaper Awards and three Northwest Photo Awards from the Associated Press.


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ages 24 to 54 years




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Circulation Comparison

ZipZip NameNielsen Occupied HouseholdsTukwila ReporterSound Publishing, Inc. CoverageSeattle Times (Fri)Seattle Times Coverage (Fri)
Total30,46310,462 34%6,527 21%
98168Seattle12,1795,05642%2,094 17%
98188Seattle9,4514,62449%2,848 30%
Sources: AAM / CAC Consolidated Media Report (Q2, 2018), U.S. Census: 2016 American Community Survey (5-year), 2017 Pulse Research readership survey