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  • Fox Plays Hardball with Affiliation Renewals in NFL Markets

    As Fox completes its station swap in the San Francisco market, the station group turns its focus to consolidating its grip on another lucrative NFL market: Seattle. Fox has been playing hardball for months with Tribune Media in an effort to acquire...
  • Trader Joe's just a warmup act for Orlando developer

    Trader Joe's just a warmup act for Orlando developer
    Facing a sunlit office window on Sand Lake Road, the man who brought Trader Joe's to Orlando carefully eyes the half-built 450-foot-tall observation wheel he's having constructed on International Drive. Orlando developer Chuck Whittall breezes down a...
  • Tribune Media's Gracenote buys Australian TV, movie data provider

    Tribune Media's Gracenote buys Australian TV, movie data provider
    Tribune Media Co.’s Gracenote said Thursday that it has acquired HWW, an Australian provider of television and movie data in a deal worth $19 million.   The deal is expected to broaden Gracenote’s international reach in the Australian TV and...
  • Tribune Media to See $424 Million Windfall From Cars.com Sale

    Attention TV producers: today's probably a good day to pitch execs at Tribune on an ambitious series project, or two. Tribune Media is poised to realize a $424 million windfall from the sale of its interest in its joint venture with Gannett Co. that...
  • Cubs TV rights deal in late innings

    Cubs TV rights deal in late innings
    The Chicago Cubs may be headed for extra innings in their search for a new television home. With one week left in the season, and its expiring agreement with WGN-Ch. 9, the team has yet to announce broadcast plans for 2015 and beyond. Sources say the...
  • WGN radio going after WBBM's news listeners

    WGN radio going after WBBM's news listeners
    When WGN-AM 720 lost the rights to broadcast Chicago Cubs games to WBBM-AM 780, it created a huge programming hole in its schedule. It also created an opportunity to lure the rival station's potentially displaced news listeners. Starting next week,...
  • Former Dreamworks exec to lead Tribune Digital Ventures, Gracenote

    Former Dreamworks exec to lead Tribune Digital Ventures, Gracenote
    Tribune Media Co. has named John Batter as chief executive officer of Gracenote, where he will lead day-to-day operations of the music metadata business. Batter will also succeed Shashi Seth at the helm of Tribune Digital Ventures, the broader...
  • Roy Leonard, beloved WGN Radio personality, is dead at 83

    Roy Leonard, beloved WGN Radio personality, is dead at 83
    Roy Leonard, a courtly, erudite New Englander who became one of Chicago radio's biggest and most durable stars, a celebrity interviewer of national stature, and a trusted and thus highly influential critic of Chicago-area arts and entertainment, died...
  • WCIU-Ch. 26 morning show expanding

     WCIU-Ch. 26 morning show expanding
    When Weigel Broadcasting's WCIU-Ch. 26 launched an entrant in the crowded morning news show field five years ago, few took notice. The low-budget, little-promoted "You & Me This Morning" has come a long way. Starting as nothing more than snippets of...
  • Tribune Media preparing to list on major stock exchange

    Tribune Media preparing to list on major stock exchange
    Tribune Media is in the process of completing and filing documents with the Securities and Exchange Commission in preparation for listing its stock on a major exchange. Speaking at an investor conference Thursday in New York, Tribune Media CEO Peter...
  • Gracenote acquires Baseline. Better video recommendations coming?

    Entertainment metadata juggernaut Gracenote acquired Baseline for $50 million on Wednesday, adding to its portfolio descriptions of more than 300,000 movies and TV shows dating back to 1896. Metadata are details about content such as a work's title,...