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  • Tribune Media, Tribune Publishing compensation reported for CEOs

    Tribune Media, Tribune Publishing compensation reported for CEOs
    Tribune Media CEO Peter Liguori received $23 million in total compensation last year, while his Tribune Publishing counterpart, Jack Griffin, made $3.16 million, according to recently filed financial statements. The Chicago-based companies, which were...
  • Tribune Publishing names former NYTimes exec to head up digital

    Tribune Publishing names former NYTimes exec to head up digital
    Tribune Publishing has named former New York Times executive Denise Warren as president of digital, a newly created role overseeing digital strategy and operations across the Chicago-based newspaper group. Warren, 51, who will be based in New York, also...
  • Madge Wilson, one of Virginia's first female political journalists, dies

    Madge Wilson, one of Virginia's first female political journalists, dies
    Madge Wilson, a longtime Newport News reporter who covered politics when both politics and newsrooms were even more male-dominated than they are today, died May 4. Wilson spent 26 years as a political reporter and opinion editor for the Times-Herald,...
  • Chicago Tribune wins 26 Lisagor awards

    Chicago Tribune wins 26 Lisagor awards
    The Chicago Tribune took home 26 Peter Lisagor Awards for outstanding journalism at Friday night's competition hosted by the Chicago Headline Club. Among the winners, Tribune reporters David Jackson, Gary Marx and Duaa Eldeib were awarded best...
  • Newspapers place bets on a regional strategy

    The Los Angeles Times and U-T San Diego will soon share an owner, in a bet that they can usher in a new era of newspapering in Southern California built on geographic strength in numbers. Combining newspapers in adjacent regions has become the...
  • Wandering Eye: Fact-checking the number of police killings, learning from 'Black Panthers,' and more

    Wandering Eye: Fact-checking the number of police killings, learning from 'Black Panthers,' and more
    Eddie Conway has a lot of juice in Baltimore. A Black Panther who spent 44 years in state prison—he was convicted of killing a police officer named Donald Sager; many in the city's left community believe he was unjustly convicted—Conway...
  • Tribune Publishing, owner of Daily Press, to buy U-T San Diego for $85 million

    Tribune Publishing, owner of Daily Press, to buy U-T San Diego for $85 million
    Tribune Publishing has entered into an agreement to buy U-T San Diego for $85 million. The deal, confirmed Thursday evening, includes $73 million in cash and $12 million in Tribune Publishing common stock for the flagship San Diego newspaper, as well as...
  • Tribune Publishing to buy U-T San Diego for $85 million

    Tribune Publishing to buy U-T San Diego for $85 million
    Tribune Publishing has entered into an agreement to buy San Diego's flagship newspaper for $85 million. The deal, confirmed Thursday evening, includes $73 million in cash and $12 million in Tribune Publishing common stock for the U-T San Diego...
  • Around Annapolis: Local teen headed to China with Model UN

    Around Annapolis: Local teen headed to China with Model UN
    Ethan Park's interest in politics began with a simple project in elementary school when his teacher asked the class to bring in a newspaper clipping and explain it to the class. "I tried to read the New York Times, but I think I was too young for that,"...
  • George E. 'Mooney' Turner, painter

    George E. 'Mooney' Turner, painter
    George E. "Mooney" Turner, a former newspaper copy boy who later became a painter and carpenter, died May 1 at Good Samaritan Hospital of prostate cancer. He was 65. The son of Joseph C. Turner Sr., a steelworker, and Alma R. Turner, a homemaker, George...
  • Lusitania sinking brings World War I's sting to Hampton Roads

     Lusitania sinking brings World War I's sting to Hampton Roads
    Hampton Roads had good reason to feel bound to the far-off war in Europe when daylight broke over the harbor on May 7, 1915. At least half-a-dozen British freighters anchored in the James River, and they were just the latest in a seemingly unending...