Transaction Net Ultimate Resources:
- The San Francisco Chronicle and the San Francisco Examiner now feature online versions of their daily papers, which are free for now. They're available through The Gate.
- The Mercury Center is an electronic information service of the San Jose Mercury News. It distributes up-to-date local (Silicon Valley area focus) and global information. Many of the articles are available for free, although for the full online newspaper, you must pay a small monthly fee.
- For 30 years, San Francisco has been home to one of the best alternative weeklies in the nation, the San Francisco Bay Guardian. Now, you can access them online by going to SFBayGuardianOnline.
- The alternative alternative weekly paper, the SF Weekly has recently gone online as well.
- KQED provides the Bay Area with one of the nation's best public broadcasting services. Information is available about their Radio, Television, Publications, and other offerings.
- KSFS 100.7 FM is SF State's eclectic radio station.
- This is an excellent list of Non-Commercial Radio Stations and this is Bay Area and Beyond's San Francisco Radio and Television Page.
- Other radio stations worth note include:
- KUSF 90.3 which is home to an unusual mix of "alternative rock" and cultural programming
- Foothill College's KFJC 89.7
- KALW 91.7 information radio.
- The resurrection/memorial page of KJAZ radio which is now available through sattelite and cable.
- Several San Francisco Television stations are on the web including: KTVU, KGO-TV, KQED-TV, and KPIX-TV.
- Citywatch Cable Channel 54 is San Francisco's government access channel. It provides information about numerous government agencies and departments.
- The Jewish Bulletin of
Northern California is a an online version of the weekly guide to
everything Jewish happening in the Bay Area.
- The Bay Area Reporter and San Francisco Frontiers cover local news from a queer perspective.
- The San Francisco Community Television Corporation is a nonprofit organization that promotes the use of public access television.
- Berkeley's 100% listener-sponsored Pacifica station, KPFA 94.1 FM, airs some of the most progressive voices on Bay Area radio. The KPFA gopher site is a great source of information about the station as well as local issues.
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