General Information

Contact the Signal Tribune
Our hours are 9:00am to 5:00pm, but you will often find us in the office earlier or later. Call us at (562) 595-7900 or stop by to see us at 939 E. 27th Street in Signal Hill, 90755. We’re located just north of Willow on 27th Street.

Submitting a Press Release
We want to know what’s going on in your neighborhood or business! The best way to submit a press release is to send an email to newspaper@signaltribune.com.
Be sure to include all pertinent information — who, what, when, why, how — as well as your contact information so we can call you. Press releases may be sent as a Word Document. If you have a photo or logo, please send that along as well. JPGs work best (preferably 300 dpi or greater).

Letters to the Editor
The Signal Tribune loves letters to the editor. Letters should be less than 300 words. We reserve the right to edit all letters for spelling, grammar or space requirements. Please be sure to include your name, address and telephone number so that we may contact you if needed; only your name and city will be published. The preferred method for letters is by email: newspaper@signaltribune.com.

Submitting a Press Release
Read the guidelines for submitting a press release by clicking here.

Circulation and Distribution
The Signal Tribune is published weekly and 25,000 copies are distributed door-to-door and bulk dropped in the Long Beach neighborhoods of Bixby Knolls, California Heights, Los Cerritos, Wrigley Heights and the City of Signal Hill.

Subscriptions
Yearly subscriptions are available for $50. To order yours, send a check or money order payable to the Signal Tribune to the address above “Attn: Subscriptions.” Be sure to include your name, address, city/state/ZIP. If you’d like to pay by credit card, give us a call at (562) 595-7900. You may also download a subscription form here.

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