The Orange County Register (OCRE) contact

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The Orange County Register contact Newspaper detail information editor mail, phone

Name : The Orange County Register
Editorial Contact : Letter to the Editors: letters@ocregister.com
Email Contact: Employment Advertising: jobs@ocregister.com (888) 742-5762
Automotive Advertising: (714) 796-3511
Real Estate Advertising: cpereira@ocregister.com (714) 796-6808
Local advertising: retailads@ocregister.com (714) 796-2205
Online advertising: onlineads@ocregister.com (714) 796-3857
Private Party Classified: mgarcia@ocregister.com (714) 796-6723
National ads: nationalads@ocregister.com (714) 796-3845
Obituaries - obituaries@ocregister.com (714) 796-4973Home Delivery: customerservice@ocregister.com
General Inquiries: customerservice@ocregister.com

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Telephone : Offic: (714) 796-4300
General Advertising: (714) 796-3844
Commercial Classified: (714) 796-7097
Direct Mail advertising (714) 796-3574
Website : http://www.ocregister.com
Media Social : Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/ocregister
Twitter : https://twitter.com/ocregister
Address : 625 N. Grand Ave., Santa Ana, CA 92701

 

About The Orange County Register

 

The Orange County Register (abbreviated OC Register) is a libertarian newspaper in the eponymous Orange County in California. The newspaper is published in Santa Ana, the administrative headquarters of the Orange County. The daily circulation in 2009 was approximately 236 270 and 298 410 on Sundays. This meant fifth place in California and ranked 29th in the United States, the largest-circulation U.S. newspapers.
on the 25th Founded in November 1905 by a group of businessmen under the name of Santa Ana Daily Register newspaper has been three times awarded the Pulitzer Prize. It is distributed by the media company Freedom Communications. 1935 tasted the 32-page evening newspaper three cents per copy. Four years later, a name change was completed and published in the Journal as Santa Ana Register. In 1949 there was a Sunday edition with a circulation of 15,000 copies, for which one had shell out ten cents. From the 1950s, the paper was published under the name of The Register. In 1959, one a morning edition. In 1985, the journal for the first time the Pulitzer Prize in the same year the newspaper was decided in future to publish them as The Orange County Register.
Since 2008, the latest news reports are available via the mobile phone. The paper is focused on the Internet and accessible mainly to local content.

 

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