Who owns San Diego Tribune?

Who owns San Diego Tribune?

Patrick Soon-Shiong
The San Diego Union-Tribune

May 23, 2015, front page
Owner(s) Patrick Soon-Shiong
Founder(s) William Jeff Gatewood
Publisher Jeff Light
Founded 1868 as The San Diego Union

What is the major newspaper of San Diego California?

The San Diego Union-Tribune
Newspapers. The San Diego Union-Tribune is the city’s primary newspaper, published daily. The Union-Tribune was formed in 1992 through a merger of the San Diego Union (established 1868) and the San Diego Evening Tribune (established 1881).

Who reads the San Diego Tribune?

More than 850,000 people read The San Diego Union-Tribune each week in print or online, with more than 5 million unique visitors overall, 36.2 million monthly page views, 1.1 million monthly video views, and nearly 700,000 followers on social media.

How do I contact The San Diego Union-Tribune?

Please email your question to [email protected] or call Customer Service at 1-619-299-4141.

How many subscribers does the San Diego Union Tribune have?

According to figures provided by Light, the U-T had 48,276 digital subscribers as of Oct. 12 — with 32,564 labeled “direct-paid.” (In addition, anyone who gets the print edition gets a free digital subscription.)

Who is the editor of The San Diego Union-Tribune?

Jeff Light is publisher and editor in chief of The San Diego Union-Tribune. He grew up in Buffalo, N.Y., where his father was editor of the local newspaper. Over the last three decades, he has worked for newspapers and their web sites.

What’s San Diego famous for?

San Diego is renowned for its idyllic climate, 70 miles of pristine beaches and a dazzling array of world-class family attractions. Popular attractions include the world-famous San Diego Zoo and San Diego Zoo Safari Park, SeaWorld San Diego and LEGOLAND California.