About Us

The North Carolina Tribune launched in 2022 to get behind the scenes of our state government and the legislature to capture stories that impact the N.C. business community. It is a daily (weekdays) newsletter that goes to our subscribers. Members of the N.C. General Assembly, Council of State, executive branch leaders and top mayors across the state subscribe along with the business community and professionals focused on policy – from trade associations to lobbyists and principals.

If you’d like to see a sample, please email ccampbell@businessnc.com.

If you’d like to advertise in the North Carolina Tribune or at one of our upcoming events, please email bkinney@businessnc.com.

Editor: Colin Campbell ccampbell@businessnc.com

Associate Editor: David Mildenberg dmildenberg@businessnc.com

Publisher: Ben Kinney bkinney@businessnc.com

The North Carolina Tribune is a publication of Old North State Magazines LLC.

President: David Woronoff

Owners: Jack Andrews, Frank Daniels Jr., Frank Daniels III, Lee Dirks, David Woronoff

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does a subscription cost?
The NC Tribune is $650/year for a subscription

If I want to buy multiple subscriptions, how does that work?

  • The group rate is $650 for first subscription and $350 each additional.
  • On Subscribe page, select Team Seats and enter total number of subscriptions.
  • If you will have more than 10 subscribers, we have a bulk rate, at $350/user for 10-25 users and $300/user for more than 25 users.

What if I have problems subscribing?

What advertising opportunities are there?
There is advertising space on the NC Tribune and the newsletter. In addition, we will have events in the future, which can be sponsored. Contact advertise@nctribune.com

How is the North Carolina Tribune produced?
The Tribune is produced by a team, led by Colin Campbell, who produce daily original coverage of the legislature and state government. Our team also curates a selection of 10 stories excerpted from other publications throughout the state, including newspapers, TV and radio stations, wire services and nonprofit newsrooms.

What features will a typical newsletter include?

  • Analysis and detailed reporting on the day’s biggest political developments of interest to the business community, from legislative committee hearings to executive actions by the governor

  • Frequent profiles of influential people in state government and politics

  • A look ahead at important meetings and events scheduled for the day ahead

  • Features on pending legislation and state budget initiatives