The Santa Ana Register is a new weekly newspaper serving Santa Ana. It is provided to Orange County Register subscribers on Fridays within the Orange County Register. Call customer support at 1-877-627-7009 to subscribe. A digital copy is also available online at bit.ly/15kNonU. The paper is published Thursday evenings, and each edition contains 192 pages with an average of 40% local content.
The paper was launched in February 2013 by former Los Angeles Times employees who wanted to expand their reach into Southern California's second largest city. They acquired the rights to use the Orange County Register name from the newspaper's owner, Media General, after it decided not to renew its contract when it expired in December 2012. The founders plan to invest $10 million in the paper over three years.
Subscribers receive the paper free every Friday through postal delivery or through home delivery for $24.95 per month. Additional copies are $1.50 each. Circulation is estimated at 150,000.
The paper uses a similar format to that of its parent publication, with news stories generally appearing on page one of the paper under the heading "Inside City Hall" or "On the Road." Other sections include "Business," which includes advertising profiles for small businesses; "Science & Technology," which covers health care, science, and technology topics; and "Sports," which includes articles about sports events in and around Orange County.
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