Allegheny-Fayette Central Labor Council Labor Day Parade 2019


Post-Gazette notifies unions that it will be eliminating two additional days of print, starting in September 2019.


The Post-Gazette informed Guild president Michael Fuoco today that beginning on Sept. 30 it will eliminate two more days of print, meaning the P-G will print for home delivery only three days a week. This is yet another bad decision from a company that continues to show zero respect to employees or readers.

Coverage of the elimination of two more days of print:

‚ÄĘ Laura Bassett Statement Regarding the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Print Publication Cuts
‚ÄĘ Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Will Only Print Three Days A Week
90.5 WESA
‚ÄĘ The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is cutting more print days in transition to ‚Äúdigital-only newspaper‚ÄĚ
The Incline
‚ÄĘ Pittsburgh Post-Gazette newspaper cutting down to 3 days a week for print edition
‚ÄĘ Pittsburgh Post-Gazette to ‚ÄúPhase Out‚ÄĚ all Print operations to become fully digital
Pittsburgh Current
‚ÄĘ Pittsburgh Post-Gazette to cut two more print days, print only 3 days a week
Pittsburgh City Paper

Community rally during Newspaper Guild contract negotiations


Labor unions, activists, politicians, and supporters take to North Shore Drive in support of the Newspaper Guild of Pittsburgh



On Friday, June 7, politicians, labor unions, activists, and supporters of all kinds rallied on N. Shore Drive in front of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette offices to demand that Block Communications negotiate a fair and equitable contract with the Newspaper Guild of Pittsburgh.

A huge thank you goes out to all of the organizations that showed up in support.

Pittsburghers for Public Transit
ATM 85
Battle of Homestead Foundation
Teamsters 249 and 211
American Association of African Americans Labor History
SEIU Healthcare PA
PG Mailers Local 22
Pittsburgh DSA
United Food and Commercial Workers
Keystone State
Thomas Merton Center
Pittsburgh United
Mon Valley Unemployed Committee
CWA 13,000

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Wearing blue in support of contract negotiations


Today is another round of contract negotiations with the Post-Gazette and King & Ballow. Newspaper Guild of Pittsburgh members are wearing blue and their guild buttons in support of the negotiating committee and our members who have dealt with two straight years of illegal cuts to our health care and 4887 days since our last raise. #noPGwithoutMe #FairContractNow

Leafleting the North Shore | May 8, 2019


Over two years without a contract. 13 years since our last raise. 8-10% cuts to our pay vs our 2006 wages. Two years in a row of illegal cuts to our health care.

Newspaper Guild of Pittsburgh members leafleted outside of the Post-Gazette’s North Shore office and PNC Park to spread the word that’s it’s time for a fair contract!