San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle

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The San Francisco Chronicle was founded in 1865 as The Daily Dramatic Chronicle by teenage brothers Charles de Young and Michael H. de Young.The paper grew along with San Francisco and was the largest circulation newspaper on the West Coast of the United States in 1880; today it is Northern California's largest newspaper, serving primarily the San Francisco Bay Area, but distributed throughout Northern California, including the Sacramento area and North Coast. Today only the Los Angeles Times exceeds the Chronicle's circulation on the West Coast, while the paper is ranked 12th by ... More » (Source: Wikipedia)

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Media: Newspaper, Online
Audience: Large audience (500K-1M) (English)
Scope: State
Political Viewpoint: Left
Owners: Hearst Communications | private_corporation | Managers: Phil Bronstein
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Location: 901 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA, US
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Edited By: Kaizar Campwala
Last Edit: Oct 6, 2008 - 10:41 AM PDT
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Top Authors: Carla Marinucci (24), Bob Egelko (19), Carolyn Lochhead (18), Zachary Coile (15), Joe Garofoli (13), Mark Morford (11), Debra J Saunders (7), David Sirota (6), David R Baker (6), Carolyn Said (6), Nanette Asimov (6), John Wildermuth (6), Jane Kay (5), Edward Epstein (5), Victoria Colliver (4)...
Top Formats: News Report (214), Opinion (95), News Analysis (37), Special Report (35), News (25), Editorial (15), Review (4), Interview (2), Other (2), Poll (2), Research (1)
 

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Overall Rating
3.5

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from 1,148 story reviews
Quality
3.5
Facts
3.6
Fairness
3.5
Information
3.6
Insight
3.4
Sourcing
3.4
Style
3.5
Accuracy
3.7
Balance
3.0
Context
3.4
Depth
3.1
Enterprise
3.4
Expertise
3.2
Originality
3.6
Relevance
3.9
Transparency
2.9
Responsibility
3.6
Popularity
3.5
Recommendation
3.4
Credibility
3.8
# Reviews
2.5
# Views
4.5
# Likes
1.0
# Emails
1.0
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