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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.
Few regional dailies have tracked the bigger number of digital subscriptions now famously won by The New York Times and The Washington Post. Of them, the Los Angeles Times now counts the most.
The $60 billion electric car company is in correction mode, shedding around 3% of its market value this week, leaving short sellers salivating. Meanwhile Tronc's LA Times acquisition is looking quite nice at this moment.
The well-known NYC newspaper has found a new owner that may help it make more big moments.
Here's what you need to know now for Tuesday, September 5.
Stocks finish lower as North Korea threat returns.
Stocks are lower as North Korea threat returns. Here's where stocks are trading by the afternoon session.
Stocks are lower as North Korea threat returns. Here's where stocks are trading at the market open.
Tronc's acquisition of the New York Daily News brings the Chicago company back to New York. The former Tribune Publishing owned the paper until the early 1990s.
The now ailing newspaper has a history stretching back nearly 100 years.
Stock futures are lower as North Korea threat returns. Here's where stocks are trading ahead of the market open.
The Daily News was acquired by Tronc for just $1.
Wall Street returns from the Labor Day holiday
After losing a couple of deals, Tronc surprises everyone by buying the New York Daily News, re-creating a top three U.S. metro trifecta, with L.A. and Chicago. What's behind what seems like its blast-from-the-past strategy?
U.S. stock futures are lower on Tuesday, as nerves remain on edge following North Korea's latest nuclear test.
The Chicago-based newspaper company agreed to pay $1 for the Daily News and will assume its liabilities.
New L.A. Times publisher Ross Levinsohn sees his compensation start at $1 million a year, with bonuses and content expansion incentives on top of that. And then a nice parachute.
Here's what you need to know now for Tuesday, August 22.
U.S. stock futures rise Tuesday, and shares in Europe and Asia move higher.
In one fell swoop, it showed four top editors the door and brought in former Fox and Yahoo! digital exec Ross Levinsohn to lead a new national/global future.
Levinsohn's Appointment Will Support tronc's Growth and Digital Transformation
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