Advertising in the East Bay Express 

The East Bay Express is a controlled-circulation weekly newspaper distributed every Wednesday throughout Alameda and Contra Costa Counties. Our core market is Oakland, Berkeley, Alameda and neighboring communities. The paper is available at roughly 950 locations in the East Bay, including highly visible outdoor boxes, restaurants, grocery stores, college campuses, select retailers and various high traffic areas. The weekly press run is 35,000.

The Express offers a variety of advertising options in print and online at We reach a multitude of unique and key demographics that enable advertisers to reach the people who are key to their business success. An account executive can discuss your specific target market in detail, as well as review some of the ways in which can get the most for your money.

To discuss the needs of your business, or learn more about advertising in the East Bay Express:

For display advertising, call: 510-879-3700.

For national advertising, call: 888-278-9866

To email General Manager Justin Harris, click this link.

Or visit our office:

318 Harrison St., Suite 302
Oakland, CA 94607

View our digital media kit

Most Popular Stories

  • Disappeared in Death

    Homeless and mentally ill, Joshua Pawlik was unconscious right before four Oakland police officers killed him in March. His family and friends are seeking answers.
  • A’s Off-Field Moves Build Winning Environment

    Chemistry between Oakland players and coaches, as well as between the franchise and East Bay fans, has been a big part of the recipe for the A’s’ resurgence.
  • BayTech Charter School Under Investigation

    The principal suddenly resigned after the school's board accused him of fraud, but the controversy raises questions about the school's links to the Gülen movement.
  • Self-Care as a Political Act

    In the East Bay, women of color and queer people are making alternative health-care practices accessible and culturally relevant to their communities — as well as a key part of their activism.
  • Lawsuit Alleges Ankle Monitoring Practices Are Akin to Extortion

    A new class-action lawsuit accuses Alameda County of allowing a private company to charge excessive fees to people sentenced to electronic monitoring, telling them to pay up or go to jail.

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