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Founded by Leon H. Washington, Jr., in 1933, the Los Angeles Sentinel has become the largest African American-owned newspaper in the U.S. West.


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Newspaper Year Estab. Address Circulation
20 de Mayo (Spanish) 1969 4509 N Temple City Blvd, Ste 203
Temple City 91780
25,000
The Acorn 1974 30423 Canwood St, Ste 108
Agoura Hills 91301
28,200
The Argonaut 1971 PO Box 1349
South Pasadena 91031
29,900
Asian Journal (Filipino) 1991 1210 S Brand Blvd
Glendale 91204
35,000
Avalon Bay News 1990 117 Whittley Ave
Avalon 90704
3,000
Beach Reporter 1977 2615 Pacific Coast Hwy, Ste 329
Hermosa Beach 90254
43,900
Beirut Times (Lebanese) 1985 PO Box 40277
Pasadena 91114-7277
35,000
Beverly Hills Courier 1965 499 N Cañon Dr, Ste 400
Beverly Hills 90210
39,900
Beverly Hills Weekly 1999 140 S Beverly Dr., #201
Beverly Hills 90212
14,900
Beverly Press/Park La Brea News 1948 8444 Wilshire Blvd, 4th Flr
Beverly Hills 90211
13,000
Bien (Danish) 1882 PMB# 519, 19360 Rinaldi St
Porter Ranch 91326
3,000
Boulevard Sentinel 1997 2272 Colorado Blvd, #1160
Los Angeles 90041
15,000
Burbank Times 1981 3917 W Riverside Dr
Burbank 91505
N/A
California Courier (Armenian Americans) 1958 PO Box 5390
Glendale 91221
3,500
California Crusader News --- 12519 Crenshaw Blvd
Hawthorne 90250
19,000
Carib Press 1999 8549 Wilshire Blvd #1145
Beverly Hills 90211
N/A
Catalina Islander 1913 210-A Metropole Ave
Avalon 90704
5,000
Change-Links 1991 PO Box 34236
Los Angeles 90034-0236
10,000
The Citizen's Voice (Online) 1986 1021 E Mooney Dr
Monterey Park 91755
N/A
Claremont Courier 1908 114 Olive St
Claremont 91711
6,200
Culver City News 1907 4351 Sepulveda Blvd
Culver City 90230
16,500
Culver City Observer 2003 5512 S Sepulveda Blvd
Culver City 90230
N/A
Cultural News (Digital) 1998 328 1/4 S Alexandria Ave
Los Angeles 90020
N/A
Downey Patriot 2002 8301 E Florence Ave, Ste 100
Downey 90240
25,000
Easy Reader 1970 2200 Pacific Coast Hwy, Ste 101
Hermosa Beach 90254
45,000
El Aviso (Spanish) 1988 4850 Gage Ave
Bell 90201
325,000
Excélsior Los Angeles* (Spanish) 2005 605 E Huntington Dr, Ste #100
Monrovia 91016
213,900
Free Venice Beachhead 1968 PO Box 2
Venice 90294
8,000
Gardena Valley News 1904 15005 S Vermont Ave
Gardena 90247
10,000
The Government Center Gazette & Van Nuys News Press 2007 14545 Friar St, Ste 101A
Van Nuys 91411
N/A
Hometown News (Westchester/Playa) 2002 8939 S Sepulveda Blvd, Ste 110 #745
Westchester 90045
16,000
Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles (Online) 1986 3250 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles 90010
49,900 (pre-online)
Khaosud USA (Thai) 1998 1123 N Vine St
Los Angeles 90039
N/A
The Jewish Observer (Online) 1999 PO Box 261661
Encino 91426
N/A
La Nueva Voz (English/Spanish) 1981 PO Box 1117
Pomona 91769
15,000
L.A. Watts Times 1976 3540 Wilshire Blvd, PH3
Los Angeles 90010
29,500
L.A. Weekly 1979 724 S Spring St
Los Angeles 90014
45,000
Larchmont Chronicle 1963 606 N Larchmont Blvd, #103
Los Angeles 90004
22,000
L'Italo Americano (Italian) 1908 610 W Foothill Blvd, Unit D
Monrovia 91016
8,600
Los Angeles Downtown News 1972 PO Box 1349
South Pasadena 91031
37,300
Los Angeles Sentinel 1933 3800 Crenshaw Blvd
Los Angeles 90008
30,500
Los Cerritos Community News 2005 18000 Studebaker Rd, Ste 700
Cerritos 90703
86,000
Malibu Surfside News 1972 28990 Pacific Coast Hwy
Malibu 90265
6,400
The Malibu Times 1946 3864 Las Flores Canyon
Malibu 90265
12,000
Mid Valley News 1966 11401 E Valley Blvd, Ste 208
El Monte 91731
15,000
Montebello Reporter 1966 514 Washington Blvd
Montebello 90640
N/A
Mountain View News 1997 80 W Sierra Madre Blvd, #327
Sierra Madre 91024
10,000
myBurbank.com (Online) 2010 928 N San Fernando Blvd, Ste J 15
Burbank 91504
N/A
Norwalk Patriot 2012 8301 E Florence Ave, Ste 100
Downey 90240
25,000
Pacific Citizen 1929 123 S Onizuka St, Ste 313
Los Angeles 90012
30,000
Palisadian Post 1928 881 Alma Real Dr, Ste 213
Pacific Palisades 90272
5,500
Palos Verdes Peninsula News 1937 609 Deep Valley Dr, Ste 200
Rolling Hills Estates 90274
16,000
Paramount Journal 1923 8007 Somerset Blvd
Paramount 90723
4,500
The Pasadena/San Gabriel Valley News Journal 1989 1541 N Lake Ave
Pasadena 91104
10,000
Pasadena Weekly 1984 PO Box 1349
Pasadena 91031
22,800
Poly Post(College) 1940 California Polytechnic Univ. Pomona
3801 W Temple Ave, Pomona 91768
15,000
Random Lengths/Harbor Area Independent News 1979 1300 S Pacific Ave
San Pedro 90731
22,500
Saigon Times (Vietnamese) --- 9234 E Valley Blvd
Rosemead 91770
20,000
The San Fernando Valley Sun & El Sol del Valle de San Fernando (Spanish) 1904 1150 San Fernando Rd, Ste 100
San Fernando 91340
10,000
San Gabriel Valley Examiner 1997 1160 Englewild Dr
Glendora 91741
x44,000
San Marino Tribune 1929 2650 Mission St, Ste 208
San Marino 91108
7,600
Santa Monica Observer 1998 1424-4th St, Ste 310
Santa Monica 90401
10,000
Signal Tribune 1999 1860 Obispo Ave, Ste F
Signal Hill 90755
22,000
SoCal Jewish News (Online) 2021 --- N/A
South Pasadena Review 1888 2650 Mission St, Ste 209
South Pasadena 91108
4,000
The Tolucan Times 1937 10701 Riverside Dr, #A
North Hollywood 91602
25,000
Van Nuys News Press - see The Government Center Gazette & Van Nuys News Press
Vida Nueva (Spanish) 1991 3424 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles 90010
50,000

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N/A Data not Available
* Renamed from Impacto USA in 2017.

Source: Bacon’s Newspaper Directory, California News Paper Association, Ulrich's Newspaper Directory & Los Angeles Almanac Research


Published since 1882, Bien is the only Danish weekly newspaper published in the United States.


L'Italo-Americano, first published in 1908, is the oldest Italian American newspaper in the United States.


Both Burbank Leader (founded 1905) and La Canada Valley Sun (founded 1946) newspapers were scheduled to cease publication in 2020, by their owner, the Los Angeles Times. Outlook Newspapers of La Cañada Flintridge, however, stepped in to purchase the papers and continue their publication.


Alternative newspaper Los Angeles Reader closed in 1996. Six years later, in October 2002, another alternative newspaper, New Times L.A., which was founded in the same year that Los Angeles Reader had closed, also abruptly closed. The owners of New Times and the owners of the competing L.A. Weekly worked out a marketing deal in which New Times L.A. was shut down in favor of the L.A. Weekly, in exchange for a cash payment in the neighborhood of $1 million. Most of the 70 New Times L.A. staff members arrived at work on the day of the announced closing, with no idea that their paper was to be discontinued. New Times L.A., the final publication issued on October 2, had a weekly circulation of about 120,000.