Spotlight newsroom: San Francisco Chronicle

Today we'll take a look at the San Francisco Chronicle, a newspaper serving the San Francisco Bay Area of California, but distributed throughout Northern and Central California. It's been around since 1865, when it was called The Daily Dramatic Chronicle and founded by two teenage brothers named Charles and Michael H. de Young. The most highly followed journalist there is Mick LaSalle, Movie Critic, followed by Henry Schulman, Sports Writer; Susan Slusser, Sports Writer; Michael Bauer, Executive Food and Wine Editor; Spud Hilton, Travel Editor; and last but not least, Vittorio Tafur, Sports Writer.

Meanwhile, their most active journo on Twitter this morning is Melody Gutierrez, Politics and Government Reporter, while their highest trending article is "California state Sen. Yee arrested in corruption case," written by reporters Henry Lee , Marisa Lagos and Bob Egelko.

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