It was one year ago today that the Long Beach Post first began asking you, our readers, to contribute to keeping local journalism alive in the city.
The Long Beach Post took home 24 awards at the California Newspaper Publisher Association banquet Saturday night.
It is a list of winners in 101 categories that are quintessentially Long Beach: the city’s best in food, people, places, businesses, and things to do… according to you.
The Long Beach Post received exciting news yesterday—our newsroom has 24 finalist nominations in the digital publications contest of the 2018 California Journalism Awards.
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The debate, at noon on Tuesday, Oct. 23, will be broadcast live on Facebook and Twitter, with four curated videos of the discussion of each amendment to be posted on all social channels—including Instagram—following the forum.
Trust and credibility with our readers is critical to what we do, and in all cases, we strive to demonstrate to our readers that we are basing news content on solid information, from either source documents or people who are in a position to shed light on a topic.
Meet the journalists of the Long Beach Post and other publications at the next Beer & Politics forum, Wednesday night at Liberation Brewing in Bixby Knolls.
Local media across the country is in trouble—and things only seem to be getting worse as communities continue to lose their already limited sources of factual, hyperlocal information.
Under new ownership, the Long Beach Post will be quadrupling its editorial and business staff to employ the largest newsroom in the city.