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    San Francisco Chronicle newspaper online

    About San Francisco Chronicle English online newspaper : San Francisco Chronicle newspaper is English language newspaper in USA. It presents news on sports , world wide news, current affairs, technology relaed news, breaking news , news gallery, market analysis news, Life style news, news on health, Environmental news, economical news, general news, news on celebrities, Travel news, news on fashion, special news.

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    More about San Francisco Chronicle newspaper : It was established by young brothers Charles de Young & Michael H in 1865 as the Daily Dramatic Chronicle. of Youth. The journal is the property of Hearst Corporation, which in 2000 purchased from de Young family. The paper benefits from San Francisco's development, and was the biggest newspaper circulating on the West coast of the US by 1880. This journal was the only significant dailies covering the City and County. Like other papers, the circulation of the news has dropped rapidly at the start of the 21st (twenty first) century. For 6 months to March 2010 it was ranked 24th nationally by circulation.