AAN News

Longtime San Francisco Bay Guardian Editor Tim Redmond Departs

Redmond disagreed with ownership over the future direction of the paper, which included cuts in editorial staff. (FULL STORY)
SFBG  |  06-17-2013  4:50 pm  |  Industry News

San Francisco Bay Guardian: 'Are Penises Really That Scary?'new

The Bay Guardian's nude beach issue comes with a full frontal cover.
sfbg.com  |  07-23-2012  11:00 am  |  Industry News

San Francisco Bay Guardian Confirms Impending Sale, Brugmann Steps Downnew

Bay Guardian co-founders and publishers Bruce Brugmann and Jean Dibble will step down from day-to-day operations. The paper will also sell its headquarters building for $6.5 million in a separate transaction.
SFBG.com  |  04-24-2012  9:56 pm  |  Industry News

S.F. Bay Area Alt-Weeklies Snag Awardsnew

East Bay Express, Palo Alto Weekly, San Francisco Bay Guardian and SF Weekly were honored by the San Francisco Peninsula Press Club on Saturday.
San Francisco Peninsula Press Club  |  05-25-2011  2:28 pm  |  Honors & Achievements

Maui Time Ordered To Give Up User Information

The Maui Police Department has issued a subpoena to obtain the IP addresses of Maui Time web commenters, citing the terroristic threatening of one of its officers. (FULL STORY)
AAN  |  05-24-2011  9:43 pm  |  Legal News

Bay Guardian, SF Weekly Reach Settlement

With minimal fanfare, the San Francisco Bay Guardian and SF Weekly both announced today that the two parties have "settled their differences on mutually acceptable terms." (FULL STORY)
AAN  |  01-03-2011  4:28 pm  |  Legal News  |  Comments (2)

Calif. Supreme Court Denies SF Weekly Appeal Request

In a six to one decision, the California Supreme Court has denied SF Weekly's petition to review the $22 million judgment against it. (FULL STORY)
AAN  |  11-23-2010  3:28 pm  |  Legal News

Bay Guardian Celebrates 44 Years of 'Raising Hell'new

San Francisco Bay Guardian founder and publisher Bruce Brugmann calls the reporting in this week's anniversary issue, "the Guardian at its best."
San Francisco Bay Guardian  |  10-22-2010  5:20 pm  |  Industry News

In Wake of SFBG / SF Weekly Ruling, Debate Over California's Predatory Pricing Lawnew

San Francisco Bay Guardian editor Tim Redmond says California's Unfair Practices Act protects small businesses and competition. Reason magazine calls it "nauseating."
San Francisco Bay Guardian  |  08-18-2010  10:37 am  |  Legal News

Court Upholds Damages in Bay Guardian / SF Weekly Casenew

California's First District Court of Appeal upheld a 2008 verdict which awarded the San Francisco Bay Guardian over $16 million in damages.
San Francisco Chronicle  |  08-12-2010  1:55 pm  |  Legal News

Redmond, Saltas Discuss the State of the Alt-Weekly Worldnew

The San Francisco Bay Guardian's Tim Redmond and Salt Lake City Weekly's John Saltas are joined by Amy Mitchell of the Pew Project for Excellence in Journalism for a wide-ranging discussion on the alt-weekly industry on Salt Lake City public radio station KUER. Among the topics covered: how alt-weeklies are faring on the web, the future of the industry and competing with the daily press.
KUER-FM  |  04-20-2010  11:15 am  |  Industry News

Another 'How I Got that Story' Live Chat Slated for This Friday

Jeffrey Billman, who won first place for investigative reporting in the under-50,000 circulation category for his Orlando Weekly piece "Might Makes Right," will discuss the story with Weekly editor Bob Whitby in a conversation moderated by the San Francisco Bay Guardian's Tim Redmond. Like last week, the live chat will happen right here on AAN.org and will take place Friday at 3 pm EDT. (FULL STORY)
AAN  |  09-28-2009  3:52 pm  |  Association News

AAN Elects New President, Fills Ten Board Seats

At the annual meeting of the Association of Alternative Newsweeklies on Saturday, June 27, Willamette Week's Mark Zusman was elected the association's new president. He succeeds Metroland's Stephen Leon, who will take the advisory role of Immediate Past President. The membership voted on nine other board seats on Saturday, including two that were created just minutes earlier when AAN's bylaws were amended. (FULL STORY)
AAN News  |  07-01-2009  2:42 pm  |  Association News

Ten Candidates Running for Election to AAN Board of Directors

There will be up to ten board positions up for election at the annual meeting this Saturday in Tucson. So far, ten AAN members have thrown their hats into the ring for nine of the board spots; they tell us why they want to be on the board and what they think the most important issues facing the association are. (FULL STORY)
AAN News  |  06-22-2009  2:48 pm  |  Association News