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San Francisco Chronicle
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We inform, inspire, and provoke while being honest, fearless and startlingly original...if that's you, apply now and find your dream job!

No. 1 San Francisco Bay Area Newspaper

The Chronicle is world-class journalism, San Francisco style. With name-brand voices and a keen editorial eye, the Chronicle is an authority that still surprises.

In addition to editorial content that’s been cherished for over 150 years - The Chronicle continues to break new ground, achieving accolades and continuing to evolve.

No. 1 San Francisco Bay Area News Site

SFGATE provides a 360° view of San Francisco, wildly reflective of right now. Provocative, energetic, unapologetic, SFGATE is in constant conversation with one of the world’s most eclectic cities.

46 Mile

A full service integrated marketing and media agency dedicated to bringing Madison Avenue expertise and resources to clients at the regional level. As the number one regional media brand, we are powerful enough to bring a mass audience and flexible enough to feature unique solutions for niche audiences.

What we do and how we do it

  • Our mission is to tell the story of San Francisco – the city whose people change the world. We will inform, inspire, provoke while being honest, fearless and startlingly original.
  • Learn more about our culture on The Muse
  • Values & Behaviors at the San Francisco Chronicle
  • • Embody Integrity
  • • Be Innovative
  • • Drive Results
  • • Effectively Collaborate
  • • Pursue Excellence
  • • Be Relentless

San Francisco Chronicle Leadership Team

Jeff Johnson – Publisher - Jeffrey M. Johnson is the publisher of the San Francisco Chronicle. He came to The Chronicle in 2013 after a 25-year career in publishing, including serving as president, publisher and CEO of the Los Angeles Times, and six years of work in private equity at The Yucaipa Companies. He holds an MBA from the University of Chicago and undergraduate accounting degree from the University of Illinois.

Audrey Cooper – Editor-in-Chief - Audrey Cooper is the editor in chief of the San Francisco Chronicle, the first woman to fill the role in the company’s 151-year history. She is also the youngest woman ever named as the top editor of a major U.S newspaper-based company. San Francisco magazine has declared her one of the city’s most powerful women. Editor and Publisher magazine named her one of the world’s "Top 10 Women to Watch" and Advertising Age named her one of their "Top 40 under 40."

Mick Cohen – VP of Circulation - Mick Cohen is the Vice President of Circulation for the San Francisco Chronicle. Mick is responsible for sales of The Chronicle's print and digital products, customer service, customer retention, and distribution/logistics for The Chronicle and its partner publications. Mick joined The Chronicle in 1997 as a market research analyst and quickly worked his way up through a series of promotions to circulation director before being named vice president. In 2003, he won the Hearst Marketing Excellence award. He left The Chronicle from 2004 to 2007 to serve as director of acquisition and retention for the Dallas Morning News. Mick earned a Master’s Degree in International Trade and Diplomacy from the University of Kentucky.

Renee Peterson – VP of Human Resources - In her role, Peterson designs and implements relevant, business-driven human resources practices for Hearst’s growing stable of 22 dailies and 64 weeklies reaching more than 42 million unique visitors across the U.S. with related mobile websites and digital products. With more than 4,000 employees across the nations, Hearst Newspapers also operates digital marketing services and directories businesses under the LocalEdge brand. Before joining Hearst in 2013, Peterson was director of human resources for Hargrove, Inc., a general contractor for trade shows, events and custom exhibits, from 2011 to 2013, and director of the HR business partners group at Electronics for Imaging from 2010 to 2011. From 1996 to 2009, Peterson held various HR leadership positions at McAfee, Inc./Secure Computing Corporation.

Brandon Mercer – Executive Producer SFGATE - Brandon M. Mercer runs SFGATE.com, the fifth largest newspaper website in the U.S. reaching 30-35 million people monthly. As overall manager of site content and operations, he guides a digital-only team in daily production of dozens of buzzy, trending stories, capturing the conversations in the Bay Area. He also oversees the operation of the site, from section layouts to video partners, utility tools for readers, to programmatic and passive revenue drivers. He made the career shift to digital after two decades in local and network television news as an executive producer, assignment manager, and large market newsroom director. He's known as a constant innovator, creating synergistic partnerships and finding creative ways to produce and deliver content in always-on, breaking news environments.

Christina Howell – Vice President, Finance - Christina joined the San Francisco Chronicle in April 2016 where she is responsible for financial planning, analysis and accounting. Prior she was head of global FP&A for StubHub, the global ticket marketplace. Previously she was VP Finance, Transformation at Levis Strauss & Co where she also held numerous finance positions over a decade in corporate, brand and supply chain finance. She is a member of the Chartered Institute of Public Finance & Accountancy and has a Bachelor’s degree in politics from Bristol University.

Ginger Neal - Vice President, Digital Sales & Operations - Ginger Neal joined the San Francisco Chronicle July 2015 and is responsible for driving revenue through new strategies, business models and modern sales tactics. Previously, she served as Chief Revenue Officer of the Post Bulletin; headed the turnaround as President of Lion Heart Digital, a digital advertising agency; oversaw digital for Impremedia corporation as Senior Vice President, a Hispanic newspaper, and as Chief Executive Officer launched and funded a startup Modestyle, a backend ecommerce solution for clothing manufacturers. Her media career started at the Orange County Register where she oversaw new business and launched a variety of new revenue streams including ocregister.com in 1995.

Steve Bentz – Senior Vice President, Advertising Steve Bentz joined the San Francisco Chronicle in November 2013 and is responsible for all Advertising sales for the San Francisco Chnoicle. Prior to joining the Chronicle, Steve was Vice President of National Sales and Direct Marketing for the Orange County Register. He has previously held various leadership roles with Impremedia, the Los Angeles Times.

Chris Raniere, President 46 Mile - Chris Raniere brings more than 24 years of Silicon Valley experience in executive management, marketing and business development to his role as President of 46 Mile. He started his digital career in one of the original digital marketing firms, Cybernautics, acquired by USWeb (1998), where he was a member of the team who authored the very first text book for Digital Marketing used in major universities to start digital marketing curriculum in the late 1990’s and early 2000’s. He’s been a critical member of the management team for a string of successful companies spanning marketing services, marketing software, mobile application development, as well as consumer products.

Sarah Morse Cooney – Vice President, Marketing - Sarah Morse Cooney is the VP of Marketing for the San Francisco Chronicle/SFGATE. She is responsible for developing strategic multi-platform programs that drive sales revenue, implementing and managing in-house marketing objectives and tactics that shape the brand, drive circulation acquisition and retention goals, and identify strategic partnerships that enhance local community relations and grow incremental ad spend. Prior to joining the Chronicle/Hearst, Sarah oversaw Marketing for Dwell, a media company devoted to modern architecture and design, from 2012 to 2014. From 2007 to 20012, she held various Marketing positions at Veranda/Hearst Magazines. Sarah has served on the board of the Chronicle Season of Sharing Fund for the past two years. Sarah holds a bachelors degree from Lehigh University in Pennsylvania.