Euclid Media is a privately held media company formed in 2013 to acquire the San Antonio Current, the Detroit Metro Times, the Cleveland Scene, Orlando Weekly, and Riverfront Times. Euclid Media is focused on the multimedia production of relevant news and events for the culturally engaged consumer.
Euclid Media Group is based out of Cleveland, OH, and led by seasoned media executives, Chris Keating of Shaker Heights, OH and Michael Wagner, of San Antonio, TX, along with Andrew Zelman of Cleveland, Ohio. Keating and Wagner had been two of the publishers operating properties for Times-Shamrock.
Cleveland Scene and clevescene.com cover the Cleveland that appeals to the area’s multicultural young-adult residents. In print, Scene is a free, lifestyle weekly bulk dropped for pickup at 2,600 locations around the metropolitan area. Each week the paper circulates over 45,000 copies to over 240,000 monthly readers in the Cleveland-Akron-Canton metro area. Online clevescene.com is a 24/7 look at life in the Cleveland metro area. The website is amusing, entertaining and informative. It looks closely at, interacts with, and gets feedback from the community that it serves. It also provides immediate information on Cleveland’s vast local music scene and nightlife activities.
Orlando Weekly is the definitive guide to the real Orlando – while other publications focus on the city’s tourists, snowbirds and suburbs, the Weekly sheds light on the people, places and things that shape the City Beautiful. Our provocative news stories, insightful cultural coverage, comprehensive calendar of events and daily blogs that keep readers up-to-the-minute on issues that matter make the Weekly the first place you need to look to find out what’s really going on in Orlando.
For more than 30 years, Metro Times has been Detroit’s weekly alternative for news, arts, culture, film, food, fashion and more. A loyal readership exceeding 700,000 fans seek out MT every week to find out who to see, what to do and where to go. Hard-hitting journalism, in-depth profiles of local artists, musicians, and cultural icons — and the area’s most comprehensive club and concert listings — have made it the most sought after news and entertainment resource for metro Detroiters.
The San Antonio Current, San Antonio’s award-winning alternative media company, has served as the city’s premiere multimedia source of alternative news, events and culture since 1986. We dig deep into the issues that affect our community and we fearlessly cover the most important things happening in San Antonio’s cultural landscape. We are the alternative voice for San Antonio’s fun, intelligent, socially conscious night owls and like our readers, we want to make this city a better place to live, one story at a time. Get your San Anto news and culture fix from our web site and at more than 1000 magazine distribution locations citywide, including Whole Foods, your local coffee shops, retailers and bars.
The Riverfront Times was founded in 1977 as St. Louis’s alternative newsweekly. Since then, we’ve cultivated an audited weekly circulation of 55,000 Because of the pass-along nature of the RFT, our weekly reach is near 200,000 readers.The Riverfront Times focuses on the issues that are important to St. Louis’s young adults. Each week, hundreds of thousands of readers turn to the RFT for award-winning journalism, powerful investigative reporting, news and commentary on local politics, and the most comprehensive arts and entertainment coverage in the St. Louis area.
Out in SA.
Out In SA is the queer magazine for all of San Antonio. We cover the news, politics, people, and trends in everything from fashion to dining to landscaping that matter to SA’s LGBTQ communities and allies. You can also find us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest. In addition to our website and social media, we publish four print issues each year.