Connecting cities on the mid-California coast
The news is live and local. It is also instant. Being an online service, Central Coast News is able to keep readers up to date with the latest happenings from up and down the central Californian coast.
Aside from general news of the area, Central Coast News delves into the events and people making the news in the major population counties of Ventura, Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, Monterey, San Benito and Santa Cruz.
The publication additionally provides users with news from around the nation, the globe and the business world.
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Market: Central Asia/Est. population 68 million
Midwest Radio Network
Level 2, 111 Harrington Street
Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Staunton & Thompson
Westpac Banking Corporation
Big News Network news agency
Dubai Media City, Dubai, UAE
Title: Central Coast News
Mission: Central Coast News was conceived in September 2002 to provide up-to-the minute local news from the region, together with national and international headlines as part of a global network pooling resources to deliver a quality service to member portals. Each online publication has been modelled on a newspaper format for familiar readability by users. The locations forming part of the network were selected on the basis of demand for news for that location. Central Coast News, effectively an online newspaper, provides coverage of the cities and towns on the central Pacific Coast midway between Los Angeles and San Francisco. International news, business and finance stories are common across the network of sites, and are drawn from a number of sources including original in-house journalists and wire services.
Central Coast and the other sites are administered by Midwest Radio Network.
Associated sites include: California Telegraph | Long Beach Star | Los Angeles Herald | San Diego Sun | San Francisco Star | San Jose Sun | Santa Barbara Post | The US News
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