Pittsburgh Area is Home to Pennsylvania’s Largest House

Pittsburgh Area is Home to Pennsylvania’s Largest House

The Frick Mansion, Clayton; The Bayernhof; and Millionaire’s Row—Pittsburgh has seen its share of mansions, but it has never seen the likes of the 34-room Bell Acres mansion built by businessman Joseph Nocito Sr., the former CEO and President of Automated Health Systems Inc. The Pittsburgh-based company administered public health programs for state and local government, and Nocito was indicted in 2018 by a federal

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The Importance of a Needs Assessment for PCTV

The Importance of a Needs Assessment for PCTV

The franchise negotiations that the City of Pittsburgh conducts every decade with various cable companies- notably Comcast and Verizon-  are vitally important to local public access media corporations, The deals that are made between the two large parties impact the funding and benefits for local groups such as PCTV and the City Channel Pittsburgh. With that in mind, a needs assessments must be completed in

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Digging Pittsburgh’s Tunnels

Digging Pittsburgh’s Tunnels

You don’t have to dig very far to come up with a tunnel in Pittsburgh. No one knows for sure how many tunnels there are in the area, but we’ve got short pedestrian tunnels, railroad tunnels, major traffic tunnels, and everything in between. Our bridges get a lot of attention, but our tunnels are just as important for getting around, as any tunnel shutdown and

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The Value of Viewership

The Value of Viewership

Understanding Contracts with Pittsburgh and the Cable Provider with PCTV The intricacies of cable often go undetected by consumers who are on the receiving end of television services. However, it is important to understand how cable is provided to the city and through what means it is acquired. Luckily, the agreements between the city and various cable companies give insight into this complex process of

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An Omelette at Don’s Diner

An Omelette at Don’s Diner

Don’s hasn’t stayed in business just because of a great location for walk-ins. They haven’t benefited from being on a busy highway or just off a well-traveled expressway. Don’s has thrived by delivering good food with friendly service. Don’s is a destination. I encourage you to put the address into your GPS system before you set out for this Pittsburgh treasure. I recently showed up

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A Great Place to Live for Millennials!

A Great Place to Live for Millennials!

Pittsburgh has been ranked as the No. 3 Best Metro Area for Millennials in 2018 by RealtyHop, a national site for home sales and data. Topping the list was the Omaha/Council Bluffs area followed by the Des Moines area, and Pittsburgh nearly tied for second place. When choosing a place to live, people often follow the herd and move to coastal cities like New York

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Pittsburgh Among the Top in the Nation for Being Digitally Inclusive

Pittsburgh Among the Top in the Nation for Being Digitally Inclusive

The accolades continue to roll in for Pittsburgh. The Brookings Institution, a Washington, D.C., think tank, recently cited Pittsburgh as being among the top Eight Digitally Inclusive Tech Cities in the country. What does digitally inclusive mean? We all know that our workplaces have become more tech based and our work has become more digitalized. But you may not know that the representation of women

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