Best Overall Publication Design/ Consumer Winner

Orange Coast Magazine, April 2019

Orange Coast magazine uses smart and timely editorial content that represents the diversity of people and interests across Orange County to connect with the community. Because it covers 34 cities within Orange County, the magazine focuses on trends and issues that reflect the interests of the whole county. Each issue features an award-winning blend of service journalism, authoritative articles on dining and style, home design, profiles of community leaders, arts coverage, and compelling photography. The magazine is lively, provocative, and ingrained in the area since 1974 like no other in the market. Most readers are between ages 35 and 69 with a high household income and at least a college degree. “Orange Coast magazine is a staple in my home. It gives us great ideas about what to do and where to go,” is a reaction reflected by many readers. With a wide variety of articles—such as profiles on local residents, dining reviews, and essays showing all aspects of life here—the magazine is relevant and surprising.

 

Executive Editor: Alan Gibbons

Art Director: Kelly Alexis Lewis

Publisher: Christopher Schulz

Orange Coast

​1124 Main Street, Suite A

Irvine, CA 92614

949 862 1133

orangecoast.com

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