Clutch (magazine)

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Editor Deanna Sutton
Categories African American women's interest
Publisher Sutton Media
Founder Deanna Sutton
Year founded 2002
Country United States
Based in Atlanta
Language English

Clutch is an online magazine and blog network whose stated target audience is "today's young, hip, progressive Black woman".[1] The magazine was started as a print publication in 2002.[2] It is part of Sutton Media.[2] Following a temporary closure the magazine was relaunched as an online-only publication in 2007.[2]

In 2009, digital media consultancy Elemental Interactive made a strategic investment in Clutch. Elemental (a former division of WPP plc's Grey Global Group), was to take an undisclosed stake in Atlanta-based Sutton Media, Clutch's publisher.[3]

Sites on which articles from Clutch are republished include The Grio, a division of NBC News, a daily online news and opinion platform devoted to delivering stories and perspectives that reflect and affect African-American audiences.

Clutch's editorial staff includes Danielle Belton, Yesha Callahan, Britni Danielle, and Jessica Andrews.[4]


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