MainStreet Media sells Premier Magazine to its publisher

MainStreet Media San Diego president and CEO Anthony Allegretti announced Monday that the company has sold Premier Magazine to its publisher, Tracy Pendergast. “The monthly real estate publication was not a good fit with our portfolio of local community newspapers and websites,” Allegretti said.

MainStreet Media San Diego publishes the La Jolla Light, Rancho Santa Fe Review, Del Mar Times, Solana Beach Sun, Carmel Valley News, Poway News Chieftain, Rancho Bernardo News Journal and the Ramona Sentinel.

“The focus of our company and product line is hyper local news. All of our news and advertising efforts are to serve the individual towns and cities in which we publish,” stated Allegretti.

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