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By Lucas Shaw
Judge extends Oct 15 reorganization deadline after creditors complain they need time to study Tribune’s own plan to exit Chapter 11
How daily print media covered the saga
JPMorgan Chase joins major creditors in a multi-million-dollar agreement to settle the two-year bankruptcy
Layoffs part of "radical" restructuring plan announced in August
Randy Michaels says David Carr's article is based on "distortions and rumors."
The search is on for a new media columnist; here's a shortlist of candidates
New York epidemic hits News Corp. offices; bug-sniffing dogs called in
The move may be a precursor to digital acquisitions
Paper to run two websites -- Boston.com and BostonGlobe.com -- in "two-brand" attack
Executive editor of Bloomberg BusinessWeek, ex-New York mag fills slot vacated by Gerry Marzorati
Atlantic Media-owned brand poaches Boston Globe's online editor, continues staffing spree
Ads for Dick Wolf's latest appear in both newspapers
NYO's star media reporter joining former editor Peter Kaplan at Condé Nast
Executive editor Bill Keller: 'I expect that in my lifetime there will be a New York Times in print'
Two days after corralling Newsweek's Howard Fineman, Arianna scores another coup
Corynne Steindler to manage TheSurvivorsClub.org
Steve Jobs to allow publishers to sell tablet editions beyond single copies
Highlights from Pew's biennial news consumption survey
Publisher predicts a dystopian future without a print edition of the New York Times; date "TBD"
The internal memo contradicts reports of the paper's possible demise
Mike Wise says paper will bench him for a month
Ahead of paywall, paper adds another social layer to its website
Nine percent of paper's workforce to be eliminated
Term used more than 250 times in past year
Tabloid, cable coverage fueling divisive issue
Marc Kramer leaves "to pursue other opportunities"; Bill Holiber assumes top job at both paper and magazine
All makers of loud, stupid action movies only wish their films delivered as much sheer sensation as this latest installment in the vroom-vroom saga