Sacramento News & Review
  • 1124 Del Paso Blvd.
  • Sacramento, California 95815
  • Phone: (916) 498-1234
  • Fax: (916) 498-7910
  • Circulation: 70,121 (as of June 2015)
  • Audited By: Circulation Verification Council
  • Publication Day: Every Thursday
  • Market Served: Greater Sacramento Area
  • National Advertising: Alternative Weekly Network
  • Publishing Group: News & Review
Innovative and intelligent, Sacramento’s favorite weekly publication has long been the Sacramento News & Review. In fact, the News & Review is Sacramento’s second-largest newspaper, so its readers are as diverse as Sacramento itself. With irreverence and attitude, the News & Review tackles local, state and national issues in a way that keeps readers coming back for more. Whether it is the annual “Best of Sacramento” issue, a revealing investigative feature about what’s in local drinking water, or a take-no-prisoners exposé about local politics, the News & Review is constantly challenging the boundaries of journalism. More importantly, the News & Review is committed to giving voice not only to our writers’ opinions, but also to the opinions of our readers.

Our hard-hitting news stories, our community arts and entertainment focus and our willingness to take on issues that really matter to people have earned us a readership of nearly one-fourth of the adult market in the Sacramento area. Our readers are smart, open-minded, contemporary people who look to our paper for everything from news to entertainment to where to shop.
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