Media in San Diego

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San Diego is one of the major cities in California. The following is a list of media outlets based in the city of San Diego. People in San Diego are also able to receive media from Tijuana, Mexico.

Print[edit]

Newspapers and web publications[edit]

  • The San Diego Union-Tribune is the city's primary newspaper, published daily.[1] The Union-Tribune was formed in 1992 through a merger of the San Diego Union (established 1868) and the San Diego Evening Tribune (established 1881).[2] The newspapers had been under common ownership since 1901.[3] The Evening-Tribune was the evening paper, while the Union was the morning paper; the Union-Tribune is a morning paper.[3] As of 2015, the Union-Tribune had won four Pulitzer Prizes and was the oldest company in continuous operation in San Diego.[4] In 2015, Tribune Publishing, which operates the Los Angeles Times and other major U.S. daily newspapers, purchased the newspaper in an $85 million deal.[4] The purchase ended 146 years of private local ownership for the paper.[4]

Other papers and news outlets published in the city include:

  • North County Times (now defunct) — formerly operated by Lee Enterprises, this publication began in 1995 with the merger of the North County Blade-Citizen of Oceanside and the Times Advocate of Escondido, which traced their origin to 1892 and 1886, respectively.[5] The North County Times subsequently acquired The Californian in Temecula, and in 1997 began to publish it as the Daily Californian, an edition of the Times.[5] In 2012, the North County Times (then with a circulation of just under 75,000) was sold by Lee Enterprises to the Union-Tribune, then under the ownership of Doug Manchester.[5]
  • San Diego City Beat
  • San Diego Magazine
  • The San Diego Reader is the largest alternative weekly in the city. Founded in 1972, the paper was headquartered in Little Italy before moving to Golden Hill in 2012.[6]
  • San Diego Business Journal
  • The Times of San Diego is a Web-based news outlet founded in 2014 [7][8] that features local news daily for the city and surrounding area.[9][10] It has earn acclaim as a small business with a booming readership.[11][12] Currently the site reaches between 150,000 and 200,000 unique users every month, according to its published reports. The audience is young, with readers aged 25 to 44 constituting the largest segment. Nearly 60 percent of reading sessions are from Southern California.[13] Quantcast reported that the site had 189,900 monthly unique users for the period September 18 - October 17, 2016.[14] Times of San Diego differs from other recent local-media startups in providing full daily coverage of news in a large metro area, rather than infrequent in-depth articles. It differs in this regard from Voice of San Diego, a decade-old startup, and has passed that website in audience size. Times of San Diego's contributing editors have been featured on local radio programs and have led training sessions for local journalists.[15][16][17] The site is featured on Michele's List, a widely followed directory of local media startups produced in collaboration with the Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism.[18] Times of San Diego contributing editors won four awards from the San Diego Press Club in October 2015 and 13 awards from the San Diego Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists in July 2015.[19][20]
  • Voice of San Diego (Voiceofsandiego.org) is a non-profit news outlet in San Diego that reports on the city.[21] A Web-only local outlet, Voice of San Diego was founded in 2005,[22] it was one of a number of such publications that emerged around that time in responsive to cutbacks in traditional local print newspapers.[23][24][25] The site is known for both its news coverage and local investigative reporting.[22][25][26] The website is partially funded by grants, but is financed primarily on a paid membership model. In 2016, Voice of San Diego launched the News Revenue Hub, a pilot project aimed at helping other nonprofit news organizations adopt its model. Members of the pilot include Honolulu Civil Beat, InsideClimate News, The Lens, and New Jersey Spotlight.[27][28][29] It has won a variety of local journalism awards from the San Diego chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists (for reports exposing corruption at the San Diego Unified School District)[30] and from the San Diego Press Club.[31][32]

Radio[edit]

San Diego is a principal city of the San Diego radio market. In its Fall 2013 ranking of radio markets by population, Arbitron ranked the San Diego market 17th in the United States. The market only covers San Diego County.[33]

The following is a list of radio stations which broadcast from and/or are licensed to San Diego:

AM[edit]

Frequency Callsign[34] Format[35] City of License Notes Ownership
540 XESURF Spanish Christian Tijuana, Baja California "Radio Zion" -
600 KOGO News/Talk San Diego, California - iHeartMedia
620 XESS Spanish Sports Puerto Nuevo, Baja California ESPN Deportes -
690 XEWW Spanish News/Talk Tijuana, Baja California "W Radio" Televisa Radio
760 KFMB News/Talk San Diego, California - Midwestern Television
800 XESPN Spanish Talk Tijuana, Baja California - -
860 XEMO Tropical Tijuana, Baja California "La Ponderosa" -
910 KECR Christian Talk El Cajon, California "Family Radio" Family Stations
950 XEKAM Spanish News/Talk Tijuana, Baja California "Radio Formula" -
1000 KCEO Catholic Vista, California - IHR
1030 XESDD Spanish Adult Hits Puerto Nuevo, Baja California "Radio Romantica" -
1040 KURS Spanish Catholic San Diego, California "ESNE Radio" -
1090 XEPRS Sports Tijuana, Baja California - -
1130 KSDO Spanish Christian San Diego, California - -
1170 KCBQ News/Talk San Diego, California - Salem Communications
1210 KPRZ Christian Talk San Marcos, California "K-Praise" Salem Communications
1240 KNSN Christian Talk San Diego, California "K-BRITE" Crawford Broadcasting
1270 XEAZ Regional Mexican Tijuana, Baja California - -
1310 XEC Spanish News/Talk Tijuana, Baja California - -
1360 KLSD Sports San Diego, California FOX Sports Radio iHeartMedia
1390 XEKT Spanish News/Talk Tecate, Baja California - -
1420 XEXX Spanish/Talk Tijuana, Baja California - -
1450 KFSD Business News Escondido, California - -
1470 XERCN Spanish News/Talk Tijuana, Baja California - -
1550 XEBG Spanish News/Talk Tijuana, Baja California - -
1630 XEUT Variety Tijuana, Baja California "Radio UABC" -
1700 XEPE Sports Tijuana, Baja California ESPN Radio -

FM[edit]

Frequency Callsign[36] Format[35] City of License Notes Ownership
88.3 KSDS Jazz San Diego, California - San Diego City College
88.7 XHITT Freeform Tijuana, Baja California "Radio Technological" -
89.5 KPBS-FM Public Radio San Diego, California NPR SDSU
90.3 XHITZ Contemporary hit radio Tijuana, Baja California "Jammin Z90" -
90.7 XHTIM Regional Mexican Tijuana, Baja California La Mejor MVS Communications
91.1 XETRA Alternative Rock Tijuana, Baja California "91X" -
91.7 XHGLX Spanish Contemporary Tijuana, Baja California Pointe EXA-FM MVS Communications
92.1 KARJ Christian Contemporary Hit Radio Escondido, California Air1 Educational Media Foundation
92.5 XHRM Rhythmic Adult Contemporary Tijuana, Baja California Magic -
93.3 KHTS Top 40 El Cajon, California Channel iHeartMedia
94.1 KMYI Hot Adult Contemporary San Diego, California Star iHeartMedia
94.5 XHA Regional Mexican Tijuana, Baja California La Invasora Groupo Uni Radio
94.9 KBZT Alternative Rock San Diego, California FM 94/9 Entercom
95.3 XHHIT Regional Mexican Tecate, Baja California "La Caliente" -
95.7 KSSX Urban Contemporary Carlsbad, California Jam'n 95.7 iHeartMedia
96.1 KYDO Contemporary Christian Campo, California Air 1 EMF
96.5 KYXY Hot Adult Contemporary San Diego, California KyXy CBS Radio
97.3 KWFN Sports radio San Diego, California 97.3 The Fan Entercom
98.1 KXSN Classic Hits San Diego, California Sunny Entercom
98.9 XHMORE Spanish Rock Tijuana, Baja California MORE-FM -
99.3 XHOCL Spanish Adult Contemporary Tijuana, Baja California Diego FM MVS Communications
99.7 XHTY Regional Mexican Tijuana, Baja California La Invasora Groupo Uni Radio
100.1 KKLJ Contemporary Christian Julian, California K-Love EMF
100.7 KFMB Mainstream Rock San Diego, California KFM-BFM Midwestern Television
101.5 KGB-FM Classic Rock San Diego, California - iHeartMedia
102.1 KLVJ Contemporary Christian Encinitas, California K-Love EMF
102.5 XHUAN Electronic Music Tijuana, Baja California Fusion FM -
102.9 KLQV Spanish Adult Contemporary San Diego, California "Mas Variedad" Univision Radio
103.7 KSON Country music San Diego, California New Country 103.7 CBS Radio
104.5 XHLTN Spanish Contemporary Tijuana, Baja California "Radio Latina" -
104.9 XHLNC Classical Tecate, Baja California "XLNC-1" -
105.3 KIOZ Active Rock San Diego, California - iHeartMedia
105.7 XHPRS Classic Hits Tecate, Baja California "MAX-FM" -
106.5 KLNV Regional Mexican San Diego, California "La Nueva" Univision Radio
107.3 XHFG Spanish Contemporary Tijuana, Baja California "Pulsar FM" Groupo Uni Radio
107.7 XHRST Spanish Contemporary Tijuana, Baja California Los 40 Principales -

Television[edit]

The San Diego television market only includes San Diego County.

The following is a list of television stations that broadcast from and/or are licensed to San Diego.

Display
Channel
Network[37] Callsign[38] City of License Notes
3.1 Imagen Televisión XHCTTI-TDT Tijuana, Baja California -
6.1 Canal 5 XETV-TDT Tijuana, Baja California -
8.1 CBS KFMB-TV San Diego, California -
8.2 The CW/MyNetwork TV
8.3 Grit
10.1 ABC KGTV San Diego, California -
10.2 MeTV
10.3 Laff
11.1 Canal Once XHTJB-TDT Tijuana, Baja California -
12.1 Televisa XEWT Tijuana, Baja California -
15.1 PBS KPBS San Diego, California
15.2 KPBS 2
15.3 Create
15.4 PBS Kids
17.1 Univision KBNT-CD San Diego, California
21.1 TV Azteca 7 XHTIT Tijuana, Baja California -
21.2 XHIMT
26.1 WORLD TV KVSD San Diego, California -
27.1 TV Azteca 13 XHJK Tijuana, Baja California -
27.2 Proyecto 40
33.1 Azteca America XHAS-TDT Tijuana, Baja California -
33.2 LATV
36.1 Unimas KDTF-LD San Diego, California -
39.1 NBC KNSD San Diego, California -
39.2 Cozi TV
39.20 Telemundo
45.1 Gala TV XHBJ Tijuana, Baja California -
45.2 XEQ-TDT
49.1 Milenio Televisión XHDTV-TDT Tecate, Baja California -
51.1 Independent KUSI San Diego, California -
57.1 Canal De las Estrellas XHUAA Tijuana, Baja California -
57.2 XEW-TDT
69.1 Fox KSWB San Diego, California -
69.2 This TV
69.3 Antenna TV

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