Weekly Newspapers

Don’t miss this exciting and effective way to engage your customers at the neighborhood level with news and information about the people and happenings in your backyard. Extend your reach BEYOND The Desert Sun reader – niche target with the Desert Post Weekly or geo-target with our newly revised community weekly "Neighbors."

For a map and distribution breakdown of our market coverage for the Weekly Newspapers, please click here.


Serving Palm Desert, Indian Wells, La Quinta and Indio, this edition starts with an in-depth profile of an interesting local resident on the cover, plus a full-page story touting one of those community’s home developments and plus lots of briefs  offering information on upcoming events and news items boiled down to bite-size nuggets. Regular columns include Ask the Vet, in which a local veterinarian answers your pet questions, and Fresh Pick of the Week, which gives details about what’s fresh this week at the area Farmer’s Market. Plus, Pet of the Week and Kid of the Week offer a chance for you to showcase your precious child or pet. For fun, there’s our large-scale, easy to read Soduku puzzle.

Distributed in over 14,600 copies* of The Desert Sun every Friday and 26,523 copies are distributed to non-subscribers and in free-standing racks.

*During peak season periods (November to April)


Serving Palm Springs,Cathedral City and Rancho Mirage, this Friday edition features an array of regular columns, like Pet and Kid of the Week, Fresh Pick of the Week, Ask the Vet, dining information and an in-depth cover story about a great local person. There’s also Our History, a column written by members of the Historical Society, which talk about life in Palm Springs’ heyday.  And don’t forget our easy-to-read, oversized Sudoku puzzle.

Distributed in over 14,100 copies* of The Desert Sun every Friday and 20,800 copies are distributed to non-subscribers and in free-standing racks.

*During peak season periods (November to April)


This free-standing weekly, which appears on Thursdays and can be found in lots of local eating establishments for free, is a mini-version of our popular Weekend section. In addition to Hot Picks, which outlines the must-do activities of the week, you’ll find lots of movie and music reviews, plus a three-page, easy-to-read grid of all the movies playing here and where you can see them. There’s also a special horoscope found only in this publication, and a fun “Burning Question” answered by our staff members. This is also where you’ll find classifieds and legal listings.

  • The Desert Post Weekly is the local’s favorite choice for getting information on the week’s most lively stories and events.
  • Packed with fun and flavor, advertisers appreciate it for its unmatched visibility and impressive distribution at over 400 locations throughout Coachella Valley.

The powerhouse combination of retail establishments, hotels/motels, restaurants, clubs, major tourist attractions and newsstand locations assures the best possible reader pick up in the valley. Click HERE for the sales flyer.

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