The Orange County Register is an American daily newspaper which is published in a broadsheet format in the California. This newspaper has a good number of valuable readers and online viewers its quality in the news.
Orange County Register History –
In the year 1905, Santa Ana Daily Register was founded by a consortium. It was sold in 1906 and 1927. Again in 1935, Raymond C. Hoiles purchased the newspaper and named it as Santa Ana Register by removing Daily from the name.
Later in 1952, Santa Ana was removed from the name and it was called the Register newspaper. The resent name the Orange County newspaper was given to it in 1985. At present, the newspaper is under Trust LLC but the publications will be managed under the Freedom Communications. Rich Mirman is the present publisher of the newspaper and Rob Curley is serving as the editor.
The Orange County Register newspaper covers all the local and important news in its editions and it make sure to have the valuable news in the editions.
This newspaper is said to have 250,724 daily circulation and on Sundays the circulation will be 311,982.
Epaper and digital subscription –
The readers can get the complete digital access of the newspaper via subscription. Day to day home-delivery, Sunday delivery and many more options are available for the subscribers and can be viewed on the website. The ePaper access is also made available for its online readers.
The Orange County Register newspaper has large number of offline and also online readers. This will be the good option for advertising and to promote the products. The prices will vary for the print and digital versions of the newspaper and can be checked on the website.
Check the print advertising prices and details here.
Archives – You can check the archives of the Orange County Register here.
Contact Address –
Website - www.ocregister.com
625 North Grand Avenue,
Santa Ana, California 92701.