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    Orange County Weekly newspaper online

    About Orange County Weekly English online newspaper : Orange County Weekly newspaper is English language newspaper in USA. It was started in September 1995. It was Published in Costa Mesa, California , United states. Circulation of the paper (copies) is 65, 000 (weekly). It reaches more than 224, 000 educated, active & affluent readers. Format of this paper is Online.

    Geolocation: USA California

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    Orange County Weekly epaper

    Country USA California
    Language English
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    More about Orange County Weekly newspaper : OC ( Orange County) Weekly is a weekly newspaper distributed in the OC (Orange County), California & Long Beach. Will Swaim, editor & publisher until 2007, established OC Weekly in September 1995. Paper is available in bookstores, coffee shops, clothing stores, shops and publicity boxes. For the districts of Orange and Los Angeles, OC Weekly print art and entertainment listings. As of 2016, 45 000 documents were circulated and an estimated readership of 225 000 was published. The weekly highlights contents which criticize local politics, individuals and culture and are characterized as "what some might politically call a brand of edgy journalism.