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Gannett Latest To Hive Off Publishing Business

Gannett Latest To Hive Off Publishing Business

Owner of USA Today will spin newspaper unit, buy out 73% stake in parent of Cars.com for $1.8 billion.

TV Gets No Respect in a Broadband World

TV Gets No Respect in a Broadband World

Gordon Smith, chairman of the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB), said the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has continued to favor broadband providers, putting local television stations at risk.

Tribune (TRBAAA) Buys Gracenote From Sony (SNE) for $170 Million

Tribune (TRBAAA) Buys Gracenote From Sony (SNE) for $170 Million

Sony (SNE) will sell media database company Gracenote to Tribune (TRBAAA) for $170 million.

TV Consolidation Will Only Accelerate, Moody's Says

TV Consolidation Will Only Accelerate, Moody's Says

TV-station owners aren't finished with acquisitions that will further accelerate the industry's consolidation.

Newspaper Dealmaking Heats Up as Newcastle Aims to Spend $1B

Newspaper Dealmaking Heats Up as Newcastle Aims to Spend $1B

A remade Gatehouse Media could inject additional life into newspaper mergers and acquisitions as the industry consolidates.

New York Times: Don't Expect a Sale

New York Times: Don't Expect a Sale

Washington Post, Boston Globe are headed for new owners but don't expect The New York Times to follow.

Time Warner Cable Threatens to Drop CBS's Coveted Channel Placement

Time Warner Cable Threatens to Drop CBS's Coveted Channel Placement

CBS said it wouldn't agree to a deal if it loses its coveted Channel 2 placement on the pay-TV provider's dial.

AFL-CIO Calls Tribune Decision `Temporary Victory' Over Kochs

AFL-CIO Calls Tribune Decision `Temporary Victory' Over Kochs

AFL-CIO's Brandon Rees says union pressure on Tribune helped preserve journalistic integrity and shareholder value.

Tribune Deal Reminds Us of Banks' Power

Tribune Deal Reminds Us of Banks' Power

JPMorgan's 9% stake raises questions about the separation of banking and commerce.

Tribune Doubles Down on Television, Buys Local TV

Tribune Doubles Down on Television, Buys Local TV

The $2.7 billion deal makes Tribune the U.S.'s largest TV-station operator. The sale of newspapers, including the Los Angeles Times, may follow.

Tribune Gains Scale in $2.7B Television Station Acquisition

Tribune Gains Scale in $2.7B Television Station Acquisition

Tribune's purchase of 19 TV stations from Local TV expands the company's reach giving it the scale to invest in content, says TheStreet's Leon Lazaroff.

AFL-CIO, Wary of Koch Money, Presses Tribune to Shelve Newspaper Sale

AFL-CIO, Wary of Koch Money, Presses Tribune to Shelve Newspaper Sale

The labor federation is trying to convince Tribune not to sell its newspapers rather than risk a buyout by billionaires David and Charles Koch.