SOURCES: 1. Verified Audit Circulation, Thurs. total circulation, VAC Quarterly Publishers Report, June 2003, 2. Audit Bureau of Circulation, M-Sat total circulation, includes 4,419 unsolicited copies, ABC Fas Fax March 2003, 3. Audit Bureau of Circulation, M-F total circulation, includes1,898 unsolicited copies, ABC Fas Fax March 2003
Monterey County Coast Weekly is the biggest fish ina beautiful pond. Every week
copies aredistributed at
locations from Big Sur to PacificGrove, and from the Salinas Valley to Pebble Beach.Our audit numbers show that the average readerrefers back to the paper
times during the week andthat
people read each copy of Coast Weekly.
Reach readers not availablefrom any other media
Coast Weekly is the largest circulation newspaperin one of the most spectacular markets in America.The audience of the paper is more than
times that of the largest radio station in the region and it is anunduplicated demographic as
of Coast Weeklyreaders do not subscribe to any daily newspaper.
Over 50 statewide andnational awards
Coast Weekly has long been recognized for itsthoughtful, provocative and engaging coverageof news, art & entertainment. Since 1988 the paperhas earned top press association honors for itsinvestigative reporting as well as for stories in thefields of business, health care and agriculture.Coast Weekly is a repeat winner of the CaliforniaNewspaper Publishers Association's coveted PublicService award. The paper has also won numerousawards for its feature stories and photography as wellas its advertising and editorial design. All of whichhas reinforced one of the founding principles of Coast Weekly...good journalism makes for good business.
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