Articles Tagged With ‘Newspapers’

SLO Tribune cutting back print newspaper to 2 days a week

By JOSH FRIEDMAN The SLO Tribune will cut back printing paper copies of its newspaper to just two days a week starting on April 15. [SLO Tribune] Tha paper will send print copies subscribers on only Wednesdays and Saturdays. The... (Continue reading)

Santa Barbara News-Press shuts down following bankruptcy filing

By JOSH FRIEDMAN The Santa Barbara News-Press, a newspaper that had been in circulation for more than 150 years, has shut down after its publisher filed for bankruptcy last week. [LA Times] Self-described as the oldest daily newspaper in Southern... (Continue reading)

Bible quotes about gays in SLO teacher’s letter cause outrage

A letter to the editor written by a San Luis Obispo High School special education teacher and published by the school’s student news site has prompted outrage on the Central Coast over alleged shaming of the LGBT community. The letter... (Continue reading)

Santa Barbara News-Press first daily paper to endorse Trump

The Santa Barbara News-Press recently endorsed Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, becoming the first daily newspaper in the United States to do so during the general election cycle. Despite facing criticism for the endorsement, the Santa Barbara daily is sticking... (Continue reading)

Tribune printing press moving again

Fourteen months after McClatchy began printing the San Luis Obispo Tribune in Fresno, the publishing company will again move the newspaper’s printing operations to a new press. The move is a result of McClatchy’s decision to start printing the Fresno... (Continue reading)

Santa Maria Times cuts Monday edition

As local publisher Lee Central Coast Newspapers announced it would stop printing the Times Press-Recorder, it also informed Santa Maria Times subscribers that they would no longer receive Monday newspapers. The publishing company says it is adapting to an industry... (Continue reading)

Tribune Co. loses out on California newspaper sale

Following interference from the United States Department of Justice, the Tribune Publishing Company has lost its opportunity to corner the Southern California newspaper market. A competing publisher is now set to purchase a Southern California newspaper portfolio. [USA Today] At... (Continue reading)

DOJ trying to stop California newspaper sale

The United States Department of Justice has filed a civil antitrust lawsuit in attempt to block the Tribune Publishing Company from purchasing the Orange County Register. The DOJ is also trying to halt the sale of the Riverside County Press-Enterprise... (Continue reading)

California student paper gives ‘safe space’ to minorities

In response to protests over issues pertaining to race, the student newspaper for California’s Claremont Colleges is offering ink and an unfiltered voice to people of color. The editorial board of “The Student Life” made the announcement earlier this month.... (Continue reading)

Former Tribune columnist Bill Morem dead at 63

William F. Morem, formerly a longtime reporter, editor and columnist for The San Luis Obispo Tribune, died at 63. [Tribune] Sheriff’s personnel found Morem dead inside his Los Osos home Monday. The U.S. Postal Service asked the sheriff’s office to... (Continue reading)