Welcome to PG+, the member website for premium content at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
First of all, thank you to our growing number of current annual and monthly members for being here. Whether you’ve been here since day one or are a new member, we’re glad you’ve joined our community. And for visitors, please sample some of the exclusive blogs, videos and conversations at PG+. We think you’ll like what you see.
Take a few minutes to explore new features and functionality on the site. We listened and responded to what our members told us in a recent survey: You want more sports (baseball!); interaction with our award-winning sports writers; a new look and feel with easier navigation; a better mobile experience; and a less cumbersome log-in to the site. Also:
The popular PBC Blog, the must-read for anyone who follows the game – and that includes the big community of diehard Pittsburgh Pirates fans - has moved to PG+.
The PG+ homepage is more sports-centric. You’ll find photos, links to the latest and most popular posts on our Steelers, Pirates and Pens blogs.
PG+ has improved the Sound Off box, where no PG+ member is shy about expressing an opinion on the latest draft pick, playoff game or player indiscretion.
We’ve streamlined site navigation. In Sports Town, you’ll always find blogs by the P-G’s Ed Bouchette, videos from Gene Collier and chats with Bob Smizik. Around Town offers entertaining and informative opinions on all-things Pittsburgh.
The Feed, the insider’s guide on PG+, will stay on its quirky course with more behind-the-news reports from the Post-Gazette staff and Rough Cuts from Rob Rogers, the P-G’s award-winning editorial cartoonist.
Now, we’re offering nonmembers a chance to sample premium content on PG+. You’ll get to view a few pages every month for free. And you’ll be reminded automatically when it’s time to subscribe, for either $36 a year or $3.99 a month. PG+ now allows payment by credit card, in addition to PayPal.
We’re all about making this a bigger community and a more interactive site. It’s still a work in progress, an experiment in connecting you, the people who care about Pittsburgh, with each other and the personalities of the Post-Gazette. Link here if you want to follow updates on our progress on bug reports or see how new features are developing. We welcome your feedback and comments and invite you to contact us for member services and support.