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about the

Tribune

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by the

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2020

in review

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our

donors

Truth.

Empowerment.

Community.

 

about

about the Tribune

A letter from the Chair of the Board

A year ago, The Salt Lake Tribune made the unprecedented transition from a for-profit daily news outlet to a publicly funded 501(c)(3) charitable organization. It’s been an incredible year. Thank you for your support in this endeavor.

At that time I told you that I believe that public support, not profit, should drive the future of this newspaper, preserving the dynamic future of our publication. You have supported us in droves and we thank you.

As we head into our 150th anniversary year, we are continuing to evolve and create a new business model that will ensure The Tribune will be here for generations to come.

Fact-based, quality journalism is vital to our democracy. People across the nation are looking to us to create a new model for local journalism, and I tell them they can count on Utah.

Thank you for reading, for your support and for being a part of this journey.

—Paul Huntsman, Chairman of the Board of Directors

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Our Mission

The Salt Lake Tribune is Utah’s voice. Building on a legacy of courageous, watchdog journalism, we tell stories that are interesting, important and inclusive in an accurate, fair and contextual manner. We engage, educate and empower our readers with reporting that informs and advances healthy civic discourse.

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impact

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by the numbers

 

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Impact

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Growth

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Readership &

Community

donors

4,000

major donors

102

$604,144

from 27 grants

2020

a year in review