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The Los Angeles Times, frequently called LA Times or simply the Times, was founded in 1881 by Nathan Cole and Thomas Gardiner. The company operates a paid daily newspaper. In 2008, the Times was the largest newspaper in circulation and the fourth most distributed newspaper in the US. The Los Angeles Times is owned by Tronc.

In 1990, the newspaper’s circulation was at an all time high of more than 1.5 million. Currently, circulation is approximately 600,000, as many readers simply prefer to read stories online. The newspaper has won 41  Pulitzer prizes, including one in 2016 for their coverage of the San Bernardino shootings.

The Los Angeles Times has virtually no major competitors, other than the local paper Los Angeles Daily News. Their former competitor, the Los Angeles Herald, went out of business in 1989.

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Benjamin Delgado April 29, 2019 at 10:38 am

I’ve been receiving a throw away advertisement rolled copy every Friday that contains all sorts of ads both in Spanish and English. I have no use for them and want to have them stopped. I have phoned you office numerous times and was told it would be stopped but never happens. I am a Ninety year old man with a walking disability and having a difficult time collecting them from my driveway without falling and hurting myself.
If you wish to contact me, please phone me at (818)892-XXXX. Home address (XXXXX Liggett Street North Hills 91343). Computer use is difficult for correspondence because of vision problems.
Thank you for your consideration and help…Benjamin Delgado


Richard Phillips January 10, 2019 at 7:36 pm

I have had home delivery of the L.A. Times for most of the last 40 years. Since January 1 of this year, I have only received 2 papers (Jan 2 and Jan 6). On Jan 3,4 and 5, I called the customer service number prior to 9 A.M and spoke to your “representatives” in the Philippines. I was assured that the paper would be redelivered (a strange choice of words, since the paper hadn’t been delivered in the first place) prior to noon. I did not receive the paper on any of those days. Since your people in the Philippines were no help in getting me my paper, I requested to be transferred to someone locally (in Southern California) who could actually help me. I was told they could not transfer me but indicated that they would have someone in charge of local distribution call me within 24-48 hours, No one ever called me. I called again to report that no paper was delivered on Jan 7, 8, 9 and 10 and was told each time that I would get the paper before noon and I would also get a call back from your local distributor in 24 to 48 hours. By this time I had no faith that either of these promises would be kept. I was right; I did not get any of the papers and I am still waiting for a call from your distributors. Obviously, your people in the Philippines are unable (or unwilling) to provide the customer service you’re paying them for. It’s also obvious that my local home delivery person is either incompetent or has simply stopped doing their job. Bottom line is that I’m paying for a service (and my subscription is up to date) that I’m not getting and no one in your employ will resolve this. If you have discontinued home delivery in this area, please let me know so I can arrange to get the Register delivered here. Your “customer service” reps in the Philippines are anything but; they are quite proficient at telling you what they CAN’T do for you, but are completely unable to offer any resolution. Please contact me ASAP regarding this matter.


mustaller November 27, 2017 at 1:57 pm

10065924415 acct number , i’ve tried 5 times this morning to speak with someone and your connections are terrible between los angeles and the philippines.

i have my 10/28 statement for sunday only 11.74, however when i called the change i was instructed to disregard the 11.74 and pay 25.70????? more then !00% difference and i was told it was a rate increase, you dont rate increase in the middle of an existing contracted billing period.

i also signed up for EZ pay this morning for the Thursday-Sunday code 3118 @00.75 x 52 weeks =39.00 and it accepted the code and the EZ pay cc information so i am disregarding the 10/28 statement for 11.74 and expecting to see a change from Sunday only to the accepted code 3118 for seven (7) days/ fifty-two (52) week delivery.

i also attempted to change my telephone number on my account and there was no edit change available.

thank you


carol kelly February 10, 2019 at 10:11 am

I have the same problem as the writer above. For the past week Feb. 3 through 10, we have had delivery problems. The distributor came to our home and said our delivery girl quit, and he needed to rehire. He also told me to put a #3 on our front
door to speed up delivery. We did this. I have called the Philipines offie several times
and have received no result. Why don’t you use local American customer servicei
We have taken the Print times for the last 30 years. Please resolve.


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