Monterey County Weekly
  • 668 Williams Ave.
  • Seaside, California 93955
  • Phone: (831) 394-5656
  • Fax: (831) 394-2909
  • Circulation: 36,000 (as of March 2015)
  • Audited By: Verified Audit Circulation
  • Publication Day: Every Thursday
  • Market Served: Monterey County
  • National Advertising: Voice Media Group
Monterey County Weekly is the big fish in a beautiful pond. As the largest circulation newspaper in one of the most spectacular counties in America, Monterey County Weekly has long been recognized for its thoughtful, provocative and engaging coverage of news, arts and entertainment. Founded in 1988, the newspaper has received scores of California and national newspaper awards over the past 25 years including First Place, General Excellence, from the California Newspaper Publishers’ Association (2012), for all large circulation weeklies. Good journalism has proved to be good for business too, as Monterey County Weekly today out- circulates the Media News and Gannett- owned daily papers in the market.

By almost any measure Monterey is an incredibly desirable market. The circulation area of Monterey County Weekly includes Big Sur, Pebble Beach, Carmel, historic Monterey and the expansive Salinas Valley. With a growing state university (CSU Monterey Bay), expanding science exploration in the Monterey Bay, and regional impacts from Silicon Valley, the county is in an explosive time of growth and transformation.

Every Thursday, Monterey County Weekly delivers insight to our readers and offers advertisers access to the most highly sought after demographic in the market. Monterey County Weekly -- we mean business.
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