1905. Freedom Communications, Inc. flagship newspaper.
177,149 (Mon-Sat avg.) and 298,837 (Sunday)
Source: March AAM Audit Report 2013.
We provide news, information and insights that connect
readers to other readers and the places where they
live. We do this with a full diversity of voices, perspectives
As part of its core operating principles, the Register
seizes opportunities for lifelong learning through
the training and development of its associates. The
Content Center, for example, actively trains its team of journalists in investigative
reporting, newspaper design, access to news archives, and computer-assisted reporting.
Three Pulitzer Prizes in journalism: its first in 1985
for photographic coverage of the 1984 Olympic Games
in Los Angeles, the second in 1989 for specialized
reporting, and a third in 1996 for investigative reporting. Perennial winners
in the Society of News Design, National Press Photographers, Society of Professional
Journalists, National Headliners and other regional and national competitions.
Our portfolio of publications and electronic media
reach a broad base of consumers in and around Orange
County. We meet the evolving needs of consumers through
our wide-ranging products and services, which include:
The Register publishes 22 community newspapers. In addition, the Register publishes Excelsior, an award-winning Spanish language weekly newspaper.
Nestled between the Pacific Ocean and the picturesque San Gabriel Mountains, Orange County encompasses 798 square miles and epitomizes the spirit and beauty of Southern California.
An ideal climate and a hometown atmosphere make "California's Gold Coast" one of the nation's most livable metropolitan areas.
Orange County is perhaps the predominant success story of Southern California's overall success as a region.
As Southern California's most prosperous area, Orange County's $133.7 billion economy, high median household income,
low unemployment and staggering retail sales tell its story at a glance.
Things to do:
World-class shopping, dozens of concert venues, museums and major-league sports teams, such as the Anaheim Ducks and Angels,
have confirmed Orange County's reputation as an entertainment mecca.
With its 42 miles of legendary beaches and sunny weather 90 percent of the time,
Orange County offers countless outdoor recreational opportunities.
Median home price:
$600,000. (Dataquick, April 2015)