"San Diego Community Newspaper Group"
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Three coastal community newspapers with direct home delivery in La Jolla, Pacific Beach, Mission Bea...
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San Diego Community Newspaper Group

The San Diego Community Newspaper Group is dedicated to serving local coastal communities of San Diego. Including La Jolla, University City, Pacific Beach, Mission Beach, Ocean Beach and Point Loma


Delivered to 62,000 homes in our communities every week, we offer our readers the local news they need. We provide our advertisers with total market coverage.
⦁    Papers are published by San Diego Community Newspaper Group, Inc. and distributed to residences and businesses on Thursdays.
⦁    Beach & Bay press and Peninsula Beacon are published every other Thursday. La Jolla Village News is published every other Friday.
⦁    Beach & Bay press, Peninsula Beacon and La Jolla Village News are adjudicated papers of general circulation by the Superior Court of California in and for the City/County of San Diego.
All papers are audited by CVC.
 

 

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Member Name:

San Diego Community Newspaper Group

Website:

www.sdnews.com

Category:

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Publisher
Julie Main

1621 Grand Ave. Ste C, 2nd Floor
San Diego, CA 92109
Phone 858-270-3103
 

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