The Los Angeles Times has laid off at least 11 employees Friday as it seeks to reduce head count in advance of a potential sale. A letter from editor Davan Maharaj and managing editor Marc Duvoisin…
To those protesting outside the Los Angeles Times and collecting signatures to prevent the dreaded Koch brothers from acquiring the newspaper, consider a popular adage with particular resonance in…
Tribune Co. is finally nearing the finish line of its bankruptcy proceedings, one of the longest and most contentious for a media company, and now industry players are wondering where that leaves its…
Los Angeles Times publisher Eddy Hartenstein has been upped to prexy and CEO of parent company Tribune Co.
News Corp. and Cablevision are at each other's throats in the standoff over station carriage rights that's heading into its third week. The fight that has kept Fox's WNYW and WWOR New York off of…
Tribune Co. made it official Friday, announcing Randy Michaels' resignation after a turbulent run at the company. Michaels' role as CEO will be assumed, for the near term, by a four-member internal…
L.A. broadcasting vet Don Corsini has been named prexy and general manager of Tribune Broadcasting's KTLA-TV.
A week after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, Tribune Co. has tapped its broadcasting president Ed Wilson to take on additional duties as the company's chief revenue officer.
Another Tribune vet is heading toward the door. John Vitanovec, who most recently served as interim VP-general manager at KTLA, will exit the conglom by the end of the week.
From the great state of Illinois, a maverick has burst onto the scene preaching a powerful message of change and the need for fresh thinking about entrenched problems.