The Alameda News Group papers include: Oakland Tribune/Alameda Times Star, Hayward Daily Review, Fremont Argus, Pleasanton Tri Valley Herald, San Mateo County Times, Vallejo Times Herald, Marin Independent Journal and Vacaville Reporter.
The local newspaper reflects the community it serves. It explores the issues, highlights the celebrations and records the hopes of the people who live there.
ANG readers are 18% more likely to be homeowners than the average market adult. 72% of ANG readers have attended college, compared to 68% for the market. Best of all, they choose ANG exclusively over other newspapers as their source for complete local news.
Based on Scarborough Research from 2006, 23% of the Bay Area market currently use a Satellite TV provider and appoximately 3% of the market plans to subscibe to a Satellite TV provider in the next year.
With local news bureaus, writers, and artist focusing on the local market, each of the ANG newspapers is the local news leader. So it should come as no surprise that ANG's combined daily circulation is the second largest in the San Francisco Bay Area.
The Alameda Group is in the San Francisco - Oakland - San Jose, CA DMA. The Alameda Group offers ROP and insert advertising opportunities in its daily and Sunday circulation. This paper also offers total market coverage (TMC) through a non-subscriber distribution. Echo Media has direct relationships with over 7,500 newspapers providing tremendous local coverage.