Duluth Labor World
Labor World is the oldest of Minnesota’s three labor newspapers and one of the oldest labor newspapers in the country.

Duluth News Tribune Unit
The Lake Superior unit of the Guild represents more than 20 employees at the Duluth News Tribune and was formed in 1934 as the eighth local to join our national union. In 2016, the Lake Superior Newspaper Guild and the Minnesota Newspaper and Communications Guild voted to merge into one Guild Local.

Minneapolis Labor Review
The Labor Review, founded in 1907, is the official publication of the Minneapolis Regional Labor Federation (MRLF), the umbrella organization for 121 affiliated local unions in the west metro of the Twin Cities.

MinnPost is an independent, nonprofit newsroom that produces thoughtful, in-depth journalism about civic and cultural affairs impacting Minnesota.

Pioneer Press
The St. Paul Pioneer Press is a descendant of Minnesota’s first newspaper, the Pioneer, and is the major news outlet in the East Metro of the Twin Cities. The Guild has represented Pioneer Press employees since the 1930s and has about 60 members in the advertising, circulation, editorial and maintenance departments, as well as 3 remaining members in a CWA Print Sector unit.

Public News Service
Since 1996, Public News Service has pioneered a model of member-supported journalism to engage, educate and advocate for the public interest. PNS covers critical issues that receive too little coverage, lift up often marginalized voices and make greater journalistic breadth available to broadcasters and publishers on any platform.

St. Paul Union Advocate
Founded in 1897, the Union Advocate is a year younger than its counterpart in Duluth and the voice for working families in St. Paul. The Union Advocate is the official publication of the St. Paul Regional Labor Federation (SPRLF), the umbrella organization for more than 100 affiliated local unions in the east metro of the Twin Cities.

Star Tribune
The Minneapolis Star Tribune is the largest media outlet in Minnesota and traces its lineage to several separate newspapers dating to 1867. The Guild represents about 210 Star Tribune employees in the editorial, circulation, and marketing and promotions departments.