Distribution Request Mail Sebastian River News

Sebastian River News, a weekly and online newspaper serving Sebastian, Fellsmere, and northerrn Indian River County, is published by Vero Beach 32963 Media, LLC, a locally owned media company.

In addition to our own correspondents who cover northern Indian River and southern Brevard County, Sebastian River News shares reporters who cover Indian River county government, schools and criminal justice with the barrier island newspaper, Vero Beach 32963.

Our editorial and business offices are located at 4855 North A1A, Vero Beach, FL 32963. While we prefer to be contacted by email at editor@sebastianrivernews.com, our phone number is 772-584-9121. For subscription or circulation inquiries, please call 772-226-7925. For advertising inquiries, email us at advertising@sebastianrivernews.com or call 772-559-4187.

The CEO of Vero Beach 32963 Media and the Publisher of Sebastian River News is Milton R. Benjamin, a former editor and executive of the Washington Post Company and United Press International who has lived in Indian River County for 25 years.

The managing editor of Sebastian River News is Joseph W. Fenton, who before joining our paper was the metro editor of the Cincinnati Enquirer.

Vero Beach 32963 Media, LLC, also publishes VeroNews.com, the only locally owned and locally focused online news resource for Indian River County. While SebastianRiverNews.com is updated weekly, VeroNews.com is the place to go for the latest news, 24 hours a day.

Online editor of VeroNews.com is Debbie Carson, who joined us from newspapers in the Tampa Bay area.

Art Director for Sebastian River News is Dan Alexander. He is assisted with graphic design for Sebastian River News by Robert Simonson, Tania Donghia-Wetmore, Ashley Morgan and Jennifer Greenaway.

Photography for Sebastian River News and our other publications is coordinated by photo editor Benjamin Hager. Staff photographers include Leah Dubois and Keith Carson.

Sebastian River News is always looking for reporters, columnists, photographers and editors committed to doing a better job than existing media of covering the news that impacts the lives of the residents of northern Indian River County.