Jonathan Weber

Jonathan joined The San Francisco Standard from Reuters News, where he most recently served as global technology editor based in Singapore and previously held the post of West Coast Bureau Chief. In 2010 he helped create the Bay Citizen, a non-profit news organization serving the San Francisco Bay Area, serving as editor in chief. Before that he was the founder and CEO of New West Publishing, a new media company serving the Rocky Mountain West, and the co-founder and editor in chief of the Industry Standard, the highly regarded newsweekly that chronicled the first Internet boom. He studied philosophy in college, and moved to California to work for the Los Angeles Times many years ago and never looked back.

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Here/Say Media Has a New Name: The San Francisco Standard

Though our nameplate is different, we’re more committed than ever to building a modern local news organization around the idea embodied in our tagline: “Know Your City.”

Data Offer Clues on San Francisco’s Crime Paradox. Police Chief and Academics Have Some Ideas Too.

The chances of being a victim of a crime in SF increased during the pandemic even as the overall crime rate decreased, a study shows.