The San Fernando Valley Sun is a newspaper published in San Fernando, California near Los Angeles, California, USA.

History

The newspaper was established in 1904 by Herbert W. Brooks.[2] Over the years, the name and format of the newspaper changed several times.[2]

After Brooks, the newspaper was purchased by Robert K. Straus, an heir to the Macy's fortune.[3] It was later acquired by Michael Flannery, who sold it to the Hearst Corporation.[3] It was purchased by the Barrios family in 1985.[4] In 2001, it was purchased by Sev Aszkenazy, a real estate developer, and his wife, Martha Diaz-Aszkenazy, a businesswoman.[2][3]

On October 8, 2004, Congressman Howard Berman gave a brief speech to highlight the one-hundred anniversary of the newspaper.[2]