The California Sunday Magazine
|Editor in Chief||Douglas McGray|
|First issue||5 October 2014|
|Company||California Sunday, Inc. (Emerson Collective)|
|Based in||San Francisco|
The California Sunday Magazine was founded in October 2014 by Douglas McGray and Chas Edwards. The first issue was delivered to 400,000 households as an insert with the Sunday editions of the Los Angeles Times, the New York Times, the Sacramento Bee, the San Francisco Chronicle and the San Diego Union-Tribune.
In 2016, the magazine won the National Magazine Award for overall excellence in print magazine photography. Other finalists included National Geographic, New York, Vanity Fair, and The Wall Street Journal.
California Sunday, Inc. also produces a live show called Pop-Up Magazine. McGray said: “We started a media company. We approached it like a story production company. Some of the things we’d make would be live experiences, live stories, and some of the things we’d make would be stories for you to read at home.”
- Baisotti, Tony (21 October 2014). "The California Sunday Magazine sets out to win the West". Columbia Journalism Review. Retrieved 2 May 2016.
- Layne, Ken (29 January 2014). "California Is Finally Getting a Real Weekly Magazine". Gawker. Archived from the original on 31 March 2016. Retrieved 2 May 2016.
- Ellie awards 2016 winners announced
- Swisher, Kara (2018-11-27). "Laurene Powell Jobs's Emerson Collective bought Pop-Up Magazine Productions". Recode. Retrieved 2018-11-28.
- "Pop-Up Magazine Is A Here-Today, Gone-Tomorrow Experiment In Storytelling". The Huffington Post. Retrieved 13 April 2016.