San Jose's daily newspaper is the San Jose Mercury News. The metropolitan area is also served by such publications as the weekly The Business Journal and the San Jose Post-Record, a daily legal newspaper. Among the bilingual newspapers published in San Jose are the Vietnam Daily Newspaper, La Oferta Review, a twice-weekly Spanish newspaper, and El Observador, a Latino weekly.
Because of the proximity of communities in the Bay Area, San Jose shares a number of television and radio stations with other cities. Based in San Jose are four television stations—one public and three commercial—and ten AM and FM radio stations.
Media Information: San Jose Mercury News, 750 Ridder Park Drive, San Jose, CA 95190; telephone (408)920-5000
City of San Jose home page. Available www.sanjoseca.gov
History San Jose (San José Historical Museum, Peralta Adobe & Fallon House). Available at www.historysanjose.org
San Jose Convention & Visitors Bureau. Available www.sanjose.org
San Jose Mercury News. Available www.mercurynews.com
San Jose Public Library. Available www.sjlibrary.org
San Jose Silicon Valley Chamber of Commerce. Available www.sjchamber.com
San Jose Unified School District. Available www.sjusd.org
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