We are locally and independently owned with offices in Loveland, Ohio… where we live. Before Loveland Magazine was published in 2004 it had been nearly four decades since Loveland had its own newspaper. Loveland Magazine is not connected, owned, or funded by the City of Loveland, the Chamber of Commerce, or any other corporation. We are not affiliated with any other publication.
Our bias is towards being socially progressive, and fiscally conservative when fiscal policies bend towards equality and serving the members of society on the lowest rung.
David Miller remembers at age 11, throwing the carefully folded and rubber-band wrapped Cincinnati Post to front porches from a bicycle he cobbled together. Read on…
We believe in a Loveland that represents a future made from the beliefs of its passionate, innovative thinkers who love this town so much they spend a considerable amount of their own time trying to make it the absolute best place to live in the entire world.
Since 2004, it has been the mission of Loveland Magazine to to be a platform so that those ideas and dreams can be shared wide and far throughout our hometown until they become our reality.
Amy Goodwin of Democracy Now said, “The most important role of a journalist is to go where the silence is.” We try to remember that.
Giving voice to Loveland’s residents; providing full/complete information; recognizing Loveland’s youth, either telling your stories or providing a place for you to so is our goal. At our core we believe that just because the government says something doesn’t necessarily mean that it is true or the whole truth, and to that end we always strive to investigate with a cautious, [sometimes cynical] experienced eye and, whenever possible, we strive to give the residents the last word on subjects we delve into.
Loveland Magazine has been awarded the prestigious, Booth Spirit Media Award, beating out all other media or stations in the tri-state. Loveland Magazine is “a premier local online news outlet.”
Loveland Magazine publishes local news about the Loveland, Ohio area. Over 12,000 stories and 800 HD videos about the Greater Loveland Area, have been published in Loveland Magazine since 2004.
At a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Ohio Newspapers Association on October 11, 2013, Loveland Magazine was voted into membership.
Loveland Magazine was the first “digital only member” of The Ohio Newspaper Association
The Ohio Newspaper Association (ONA) was established in 1933 and is the trade association for more than 250 Ohio daily and weekly newspapers. Their membership includes, The Columbus Dispatch, Plain Dealer, Cincinnati Enquirer, Akron Beacon Journal, Dayton Daily News, and The Toledo Blade.
ONA is now the Ohio News Media Association. The association administers a full program of member services that include: government relations and lobbying, publications, seminars and employee training, legal assistance, group insurance, and advertising services.
Loveland Magazine is also a member of the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association. Founded in 1972, the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association works to support and enhance the coverage of high school sports in Ohio and to recognize superior writing among sports journalists.
Publisher and Editor: David Miller
514 West Loveland Avenue (Map)
Loveland, Ohio 45140
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