4000 3rd Ave S, Box 111, Birmingham, AL, 35222
Why We Weld
Established in May 2011, Weld is the premier source for news and entertainment in the Greater Birmingham area — whether you want to know what’s happening at City Hall or where you should eat on a Saturday night. The weekly newspaper is published every Wednesday and is available — free — at more than 300 locations in the metro area, while WeldBham.com is home to extensive events calendars and numerous niche blogs covering news and politics, arts and culture and community engagement. The name is a nod to Birmingham’s industrial history, but also expresses the company’s philosophical mission — to help bring together a city and region where fragmentation has long impeded economic and social vitality and progress.
Weld. For Birmingham.
If you are interested in advertising with Weld, please contact Heather Milam Nikolich at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have a story idea, news tips or, if you’re a journalist and would like to write for Weld, contact the editor at email@example.com.
If you want to submit a calendar event, email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you’d like to make it easy for us to include your listing, please include in your email the following elements in this order:
Date(s) of the event,
name of the event,
name and address of the venue,
brief description of the details of the event,
cost of the event,
time of day the event takes place,
and phone number, email or web address where readers can obtain more information.
If you are interested in an internship in social media & marketing or for general inquiries, contact email@example.com.
Design and Production
Bob Friedman, Zac Henson, Paul Wilm
Bethany Adams, Edward Ashton, Allen Barra, Chris K. Davidson, Anita Debro, Jonathan Dick, Rebecca Dobrinki, Blake Ells, Tom Gordon, Sean Holohan, Larry Lee, Michelle Love, Brent Thompson, Linda Verin