Canyon News is a weekly adjudicated newspaper located in Beverly Hills that publishes honest and unbiased news for the people of the hills in Los Angeles.
9701 Wilshire Blvd
Beverly Hills, CA
Declaration of Principles We promise: -- To provide a community newspaper that tells all the news honestly without any political agenda, slant or spin. -- To allow commentary writers the freedom to express their opinions and views without interruption, censorship, or persuasion. -- To provide members of the community (rich or poor) with the truth and a place to voice their concerns. -- To abstain from printing anything demeaning, calumniatory or potentially harmful to any living being. -- To maintain the highest level of journalistic integrity.
- Files and publishes DBA's, corporations, or classifieds
- Publishes legal notices
- Promotes advertising
- Promotes Feature Articles
- Promotes Unbiased News in online and print newspapers.
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Canyon News is a weekly adjudicated newspaper of general circulation, publishing unbiased, honest news for all the people of the hills, Bel Air, Benedict Canyon, Beverly Hills. Brentwood, Griffith Park, Hollywood Hills, Laurel Canyon, Los Feliz, Malibu, Melrose, Pacific Palisades, Santa Monica, Sherman Oaks, Studio City, Topanga Canyon, West Hollywood, Westwood and Woodland Hills. . We are also qualified to publish legal filings, such as DBAs, Name Changes and Summons. We guarantee our prices are lower than any other in California!
Canyon News started in 2004 in the writing room of Orson Welles 1940 Hollywood Hills’ Estate and published at the local 24 hours Fed Ex Kinkos on Sunset Blvd. Our founder was a young student who didn’t even know the history behind Orson Welles, let alone his vicious battle with Hearst Newspaper, had an innate love for the 30s and 40s, even emulating the newspapers after a 1933 Daily Newspaper.
Many years later, after we’d already established a strong opposition to our biased, competitors who publish according to their personal political agendas, did we discover the greatest film of all time, Citizen Kane, starring Orson Welles and Joseph Cotton.
The shocking revelation that a movie was written more than 7 decades before detailing the plans for Canyon News was enough to make us feel that Orson Welles lives on.