What News Does This Website Cover?
Times of San Diego covers general news of interest to residents of the San Diego metropolitan area. This includes politics, crime, business, sports, education, arts, the military, science, health, life and thoughtful opinion. We also report on California news that would be of interest to San Diegans.
How Often Is This Site Updated?
Times of San Diego is updated continuously, seven days a week, year-round. An email newsletter with the latest headlines is sent at 8 a.m. daily.
Is a Subscription Required?
No. Times of San Diego is a free website because we believe accurate, comprehensive and fair local news should be easily accessible by everyone. We are supported by local and national advertising, and generous contributions from our readers.
What Is the Source of Your Content?
Times of San Diego publishes content produced by our own editors and contributors, and media partners such as City News Service, CalMatters, inewsource and Reuters. We also regularly edit and post press releases from local businesses and institutions. If you have a news tip, please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do You Accept Press Releases?
Of course. We depend on San Diego’s public relations community for notice of many newsworthy developments. Please send releases to email@example.com.
Do You Publish Op-Ed Columns?
We are encourage thoughtful opinion columns from the San Diego community, as well as other timely articles. Please send to firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration. Unfortunately, we cannot offer payment for unsolicited articles.
Do You Offer Internships?
We will be working with local universities to offer internships to journalism students.
Who Publishes This Site?
Times of San Diego is published by Times of San Diego LLC, a San Diego company. Online media veteran Chris Jennewein is editor and publisher.
Do You Have a Mobile App?
No app is needed. Times of San Diego is designed using the latest “responsive” formatting so that it looks great on an Android or iOS smartphone or tablet in Chrome or Safari.