defunct newspapers in California

While there have been thousands of print medias in decline over the last decade, my main, current interest is in California. In the future, I hope to work for a magazine in San Francisco, so it’s interesting to see how many defunct newspapers there are and in what locations. All of these newspapers were in business for 10 years or more.

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One thought on “defunct newspapers in California

  1. There’s no post to this post. The map is a good idea, but the data points have no information beyond the names of the newspapers. When did they close? How big were they? The written side of the post is very bare bones too. Your personal voice is important, but you must also connect with something bigger.

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