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  • Tribune Publishing reports third-quarter loss; shares fall

    Tribune Publishing reports third-quarter loss; shares fall
    In its first quarterly financial report as a stand-alone company, Tribune Publishing Co. posted a third-quarter loss on lower advertising revenue and slightly higher costs. The parent company of the Los Angeles Times lost $156,000, or 1 cent a share,...
  • 250 Years Of Keeping 'Em Honest

    250 Years Of Keeping 'Em Honest
    As The Courant celebrates its 250th birthday this week, it's an excellent time to remember why newspapers still matter. Strong papers such as this one help keep government honest. Just a few years after The Connecticut Courant opened in 1764, this...
  • Former WSJ exec to head Tribune sales efforts

    Former WSJ exec to head Tribune sales efforts
    Tribune Publishing has named veteran media sales executive Michael Rooney to the newly created position of chief revenue officer, the company announced Monday. Rooney, who most recently served as chief revenue officer for The Wall Street Journal, will...
  • Feedback 11-2-14: Comics, complaint and digital design

    •We have subscribed to the Daily Press for 20 years. Some years ago, the Daily Press dropped the "Peanuts" comic strip from daily publishing. I know it still exists in the Sunday Comics. I am writing to see if you would please consider reinstating...
  • Sun-Times suburban strategy may leave no prints

    Sun-Times suburban strategy may leave no prints
    Given that he has talked about hastening newspapers' transition from print to digital practically from the moment he got the keys to the Chicago Sun-Times and its sister publications almost three years ago, no one should be surprised Wrapports Chairman...
  • Tribune Publishing completes purchase of Sun-Times suburban properties

    Tribune Publishing completes purchase of Sun-Times suburban properties
    Tribune Publishing, parent of the Chicago Tribune, has closed a deal to acquire all of Sun-Times Media's suburban properties from Wrapports. The agreement, confirmed Friday, brings six daily and 32 weekly suburban newspapers into the Tribune fold,...
  • Federal civil rights charges appear unlikely in Ferguson shooting: report

    Federal civil rights charges appear unlikely in Ferguson shooting: report
    U.S. Justice Department officials probably will not bring civil rights charges against a white Ferguson, Missouri, police officer whose fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager set off rioting in August, the Washington Post reported on Friday. The...
  • California AG issues consumer alert over fake newspaper bills

    California AG issues consumer alert over fake newspaper bills
    California Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris issued a consumer alert Friday warning Golden State residents about fake newspaper subscription mailings, a recent scam involving several newspapers, including the Los Angeles Times. Dozens of publications...
  • True news has substance

    True news has substance
    Someone recently told me that she watches the news on TV every night. Her news broadcast of choice: "Entertainment Tonight." That brand of news is salacious, unbelievable and "ah" inducing — requisites for obtaining top advertising dollars. And...
  • Brown endorsement inexcusable

    Brown endorsement inexcusable
    I would love to believe that The Baltimore Sun "struggled" in arriving at its tepid endorsement of Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown for governor, but history would indicate otherwise ("Brown for governor," Oct. 25). No matter how weak the candidate or how...
  • Fruitland Park police chief Terry Isaacs needs to go for lying in federal court case

    The more aggressive our search for truth, the more some people are offended by the press. The more complicated are the issues and the more sophisticated are the ways to disguise the truth, the more aggressive our search for truth must be, and the more...