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North Coast Journal

The North Coast Journal is a free newsweekly serving Humboldt County, located on California's rugged, beautiful North Coast about 30 miles south of Redwood National Park and one hour south of the Oregon border.

POLITICS, PEOPLE, ART: The Journal's editorial focus is on the current events, culture, arts and entertainment of Humboldt County. Every week we provide news and entertainment features, opinion pieces, comprehensive calendars of events, local cartoons, art reviews and previews, and more.

AWARD-WINNING JOURNALISM: Since its inception the Journal has been consistently recognized for its editorial excellence by the California Newspaper Publishers Association, the California First Amendment Coalition, the Humboldt County League of Women Voters and the Society of Professional Journalist's Freedom of Information Committee.

EVERY WEEK LIKE CLOCKWORK: The Journal is published every Thursday, 52 times a year, in tabloid format on newsprint. Founded in 1990 as a monthly publication, the North Coast Journal was converted to a weekly in 1998.

Publication Day: Thursday
Base Circulation: 20,000
Audited Circulation: 17,757
Single-issue Readership: 43,000
4-issue Cume Readership: N/A

Unique Visitors: 25,910
Page Views: N/A

Audit/Readership Sources:
PRINT: Circulation Verification Council, March 31, 2019