Los Angeles, United States
The L.A. Watts Times is what Los Angeles residents and others read to find out what's happening in the African American community.
From the turbulence of the Watts rebellion, the Watts Times was established in 1965 as a source of news often overlooked by mainstream and even community-based media. In 1976, the newspaper’s name was changed to the L.A. Watts Times to include news for and about the entire African American community of Los Angeles County.
The L.A. Watts Times is the most-widely distributed African American newspaper in Los Angeles. Our circulation area extends from Long Beach to the San Fernando Valley and from Pasadena to West Los Angeles. We are the ideal vehicle to help drive advertisers messages to the Los Angeles African American community.
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