Consumer advocates are advising newspaper and magazine subscribers to disregard official-looking renewal notices from unauthorized billing companies. The third-party companies usually charge well above the publisher’s regular price for a subscription renewal.
Believe it or not, some people still prefer getting their news on paper, so much so that one SF publisher is bringing back the ‘paper boy,’ delivering their print publication by bicycle.
Placing an obituary in the newspaper when a loved one dies is a time-honored tradition, but many mourners are discovering it’s also an expensive one that easily run into the hundreds or even thousands of dollars.
Several student journalists received a prestigious award for what the Society of Professional Journalists called their “courageous reporting” of the Audrie Pott case.
The San Francisco Chronicle is disputing a report in the New York Times which said the newspaper plans to stop publishing its beloved standalone food section.
The San Francisco Examiner has filed a lawsuit alleging that the city’s dominant daily newspaper the San Francisco Chronicle slashed advertising prices to stifle competition.
A San Francisco newspaper reporter is still on the beat at an age when most of his colleagues are just plain beat, if alive at all.
San Francisco prosecutors have filed murder charges against a man accused of killing a newspaper vendor in an attack in January, a district attorney’s office spokesman said Monday.
A man who was arrested on suspicion of killing a newspaper vendor in San Francisco in January has had his case discharged pending further investigation, a district attorney’s office spokesman said Tuesday.
The principal of a Stockton high school stopped distribution of the school newspaper over concerns about a campus safety article which alleged revealed poor communication in lockdown drills and weapon on campus reports.