Republishing Guidelines


We produce the highest quality of news coverage and investigative work for use at The Center Square, and share this work with all media organizations at no cost to them. The Center Square is published and edited by professional journalists. Our work and all articles go through a rigorous editing process before publication. Media companies that publish content from The Center Square require no contracts, no distribution agreement and pay nothing for our news. In return, we ask only for proper attribution. Content produced and published at The Center Square delivers the following to media:

  • A consistent flow of articles focused on state- and local-level government and economics that moves quickly through the news cycle and adds timely content to media's print, broadcast, and digital products; and
  • News and information from the taxpayer’s perspective; and
  • Hard-hitting investigative reporting and analysis; and
  • Engaging series and special reports on issues that matter to your readers.

Attribution Guidelines

Any article from The Center Square republished in its entirety or mentioned within a news story must cite The Center Square. If used in its entirety, it should include our reporter's name and this dateline:

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Many of the photos at The Center Square were not originated by The Center Square staff and may not be republished. The republishing rights granted to The Center Square partners do not include Shutterstock photos. Those attributed to The Center Square or provided may be used with proper credit. Credit lines that accompany images published at The Center Square distinguish the rights holder, and should be the guideline for usage. Editors are encouraged to contact us if questions arise.

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