San Francisco Chronicle
San Francisco

Booth 103

San Francisco Chronicle, the largest newspaper in Northern California, was founded in 1865 by Charles and Michael de Young and has been awarded six Pulitzer Prizes for journalistic excellence.

The Chronicle is committed to coverage of subjects that are uniquely important to our readers: local issues and those topics with national impact such as economy, politics, technology, ecology, as well as breaking news, crime, education, national and foreign news. Readers throughout the Bay Area understand that for coverage of the topics that matter most in their lives the place to turn is the Chronicle and its online home, publishes San Francisco Chronicle news coverage and features online, and adds more features not available in the print version, such as breaking news, updated throughout the day; staff and user-generated blogs; reader forums; photo galleries; multimedia presentations; up-to-the-minute sports scoreboards; as well as real estate, classified, recruitment and auto databases. Launched in 1993, was one of the earliest major market newspaper websites. Combined with its online home,, the San Francisco Chronicle reaches 22 million users each month.