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Tribune Also Received 22 Awards in 2017 Illinois Associated Press Media Editors Newspaper Contest
Winners Will Be Announced at 39th ASNE Awards the Week of March 26th
Michael Ferro retired from Tronc's board Monday afternoon.
Michael Ferro retires after negotiating $500 million L.A. Times sale to local owners
Tronc's No. 2 shareholder, billionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong, will pay $500 million and assume $90 million in pension liabilities to acquire the Los Angeles newspaper as well as The San Diego Union-Tribune.
Tribune Interactive to house digital assets and pursue growth strategy for company
Move would return Southern California paper to local control for first time in 18 years.
Agreement Converts More Than 2,000 Dealers from tronc's Affiliate Markets into Cars.com's Direct Sales Channel
More activist-targeted companies finding a so-called white squire private equity investors to help them fend off insurgent hedge fund managers.
Revenue at the paper is up 6.8% year to date over 2016 -- largely due to 2.5 million digital subscribers. The good news for the Times: It is retaining those new subscribers a year after they signed up.
Much anticipated in the Trump, anti-regulation era, the agency looks to eliminate media cross-ownership rules. How will that really change the landscape?
Many thought it was the crash was the start of the next Great Depression and the headlines of the day reflect it.
The FCC bowed to pressure from opponents of Sinclair's proposed acquisition of Tribune Media and gave additional time for comments.
Forbes executive Lewis D'Vorkin has been hired as the editor-in-chief of the Tronc owned Los Angeles Times. TheStreet's media columnist Ken Doctor calls the hire "odd."
New CEO Ross Levinsohn hires Forbes' Lewis D'Vorkin and former Yahoo exec Mickie Rosen as Levinsohn now assumes wide responsibility for reshaping Tronc's 10 digital properties.
As Facebook formally launches its news subscriptions initiative this week, major publishers won't yet join in -- and its latest partnership/PR foray is put into question.
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