In the awards’ open contest, the top work of all digital and print publications of all size and circulation is measured and honored as the best of the best journalism statewide.
The Long Beach Post is forming an editorial board—specifically a Community Editorial Board—and please consider this your invitation to apply for a seat at the table.
George Economides, who has served as publisher of the Long Beach Business Journal since its first edition in 1987, said he was happy to sell his family-run business to a local buyer.
Expanding news coverage of socioeconomic and public policy issues in West Long Beach will be the focus of a new reporting position coming to the Long Beach Post next year, thanks to a Report for America grant announced today.
Please join us this Wednesday, Sept. 25 at The Cove Hotel for free pizza from 4th Horseman and an interactive guided discussion in which your voice will impact what we report on and how it will be reported for years to come.
One year ago, on June 18, the Post re-launched with more staff and storm of ideas.
Thomas Cordova was honored for a haunting image of Long Beach firefighters embracing after the June 2018 death of Capt. David Rosa.
Over the latest 100 days, our local audience has grown by over 400 percent. Readers are turning to us over one million times per month. Our work is gaining national readership and national award recognition.
After several months of planning, the Long Beach Post is happy to introduce its June 2013 print issue as its first-ever active edition, an innovative new concept in reader engagement that bridges print and digital content to create an entirely new media experience.