Cityview

www.dmcityview.com
  • 5619 N.W. 86th Street, Suite 600
  • Johnston, Iowa 50131
  • Phone: (515) 953-4822
  • Fax: (515) 953-1394
  • Circulation: 26,466 (as of December 2013)
  • Audited By: CVC
  • Publication Day: Every Thursday
  • Market Served: Central Iowa/Des Moines
  • National Advertising: Alternative Weekly Network
We are Cityview. Based in Des Moines, Iowa, we are Central Iowa's only weekly alternative newspaper. Fueled by 15 years of tradition, we're hell-bent on doing what we do best: educating, entertaining and empowering our readers every week of the year. Whether you are looking for witty opinion pieces on the latest local and national news, an introduction to the newsmakers themselves, the latest skinny on the hottest political and business topics, an apartment, a new job, or page upon page of the most detailed entertainment listings and the best music, theater, art, film and food reviews in town, there is only one place to find it all: inside your weekly copy of Cityview. Metro Des Moines, with the world's third largest insurance center, is among the fastest growing areas in the Midwest. With a 2 percent unemployment rate, coupled with a robust economy, we now have more jobs than we have people. Economists expect the area (pop. 447,500) to grow well into the 21st Century. Cityview has captured this blossoming market and goes above and beyond in trying to dig up the stories Des Moines residents want and need to read.
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