The founding editor of Grub Street died at a Chicago hotel while in town for the James Beard Foundation Awards
“We are in the early stages of digital,” interim CFO Sandy Martin tells TheWrap as company delivers $0.60 per share on $457 million in revenue
Multimedia company spun off publishing business in the third quarter
The partnership is designed to help marketers engage and activate customers across all media platforms
Glynn, best known for her presence in the Chicago theater scene, was riding a bicycle with her husband when a thunderstorm struck with powerful winds...
Newspapers are looking at their future with a more realistic set of expectations and goals
Media mogul cites “cross-ownership laws from another age”
Company names new board of directors, emerges with $1.1 billion term loan
The Los Angeles Times is expected to keep its separate agreement with the news service
My insiders tell me Peter Liguori is to become CEO, and will sell off major chunks of Tribune — including the L.A. Times
Three of the Tribune Co.'s newspapers have partnered with an Evanston, Ill., publisher and plan to release 50 ebooks by the end of the year
The junior creditors, led by Aurelius Capital Management, must pay $1.5 billion by Wednesday
The next step is getting FCC approval for license waivers
Poynter discovers more fake bylines at a hyper-local news provider that isn't so local
A judge greenlighted a restructuring plan for the bankrupt parent company of the Los Angeles Times and the Chicago Tribune, but it can't pull out...
Eli Broad, the billionaire philanthropist and art investor, writes in a new book that he hopes to renew his bid for the west coast's most...
Former Times and Chicago Tribune editor James O’Shea calls early reporting “inaccurate” and “sloppy”
Bankruptcy judge will not hear proposals for the company to exit bankruptcy until May
James O’Shea lays out exactly how many millions were wasted on lawyers, investment bankers and bonuses to managers with no future stake in the company
TV stations provide bump to privately-held media company, according to results filed with U.S. Bankruptcy Court
The bloodletting at L.A. Times, Chicago Tribune has been staunched, but the money guys who are likely to take over may not care
Media giant creditors heading towards voting on plans to exit from two-year bankruptcy court