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2010 Gubernatorial Debate at UC Davis

Strategic Communications

334 Mrak Hall
University of California, Davis
One Shields Avenue
Davis, CA 95616

(530) 752-1930

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Capital Public Radio: Almost half-a-million listeners tune into news, jazz and classical programming each week on Capital Public Radio’s seven stations serving California’s Central Valley and the Sierra Nevada. In addition, CPR’s statewide news service, California Capitol Network, reaches 2 million listeners a week on nearly three dozen affiliate stations. 

KCRA-TV Sacramento: KCRA 3 News, an NBC affiliate since its debut in 1955, continues to be the No. 1 choice for local news viewers during each of its newscasts, reaching more people in the Sacramento region than any other station.

The Sacramento Bee: The Sacramento Bee is the flagship of the 30 daily and almost 50 non-daily newspapers owned by The McClatchy Co. Founded in 1857, the newspaper’s circulation area covers the Northern Sacramento Valley and surrounding areas: south to Stockton, north to Redding, east to Reno and west to the San Francisco Bay Area.

UC Davis: For more than 100 years, UC Davis has engaged in teaching, research and public service that make a difference in California and the world. Located close to the state capital, UC Davis has 32,000 students, an annual research budget that exceeds $678 million, a comprehensive health system and 13 specialized research centers.


Southern California Public Radio: Southern California Public Radio eaches more than 600,000 listeners every week as the most listened-to public radio news service of any kind in Southern California.  The station serves diverse communities in Southern California with award-winning local news coverage and the most NPR (National Public Radio) content in the region.

La Opinión: La Opinión is a Spanish-language daily newspaper published in Los Angeles and distributed throughout the six counties of Southern California. It is the largest Spanish-language newspaper in the United States and second-most read newspaper in Los Angeles (after the Los Angeles Times).