Tribune Company

But, as Orson Wells said of Citizen Kane - death came to him, as it must to all men. And by 2008, the once mighty Tribune
Since the company name is an extremely important branding element, changing the name should only be done if there are really
Mark Walter, the controlling owner of the Dodgers, said he is interested in possibly buying the Los Angeles Times and the
Note: this post has been updated to clarify that the Kochs were interested in Tribune's newspapers, not the company as a
As long as journalism exists as it does in the present, we as citizens are left with old, incomplete and subjective institutions to inform us about a new, complex and changing world.
Florida Watch Action head Amy Ritter is quite upset about the possibility of a Koch takeover of the Orlando Sentinel and organized a protest Thursday, May 15, at the newspaper's offices. Approximately 30 sign-waving protesters showed up.
Opposition to the Koch Brothers' reported plan to take over eight Tribune Company newspapers has spread from activist groups, unions, lawmakers and journalism advocates to the readers of these papers.
We've seen how the Kochs have financially influenced the curriculum of colleges and universities. Allowing a pair of conservative billionaires to buy free press will only serve to advance their tea party ideology and take over our democracy.
Many are buzzing about the recent news of the Koch brothers' interest in buying a stake in the press. We discuss the future of local news & media outlets funded by private groups.
Many are buzzing about the recent news of the Koch brothers' interest in buying a stake in the press. We discuss the future of local news & media outlets funded by private groups.
Full Segment: Many are buzzing about the recent news of the Koch brothers' interest in buying a stake in the press. We discuss the future of local news & media outlets funded by private groups.
What do you get two billionaire brothers who already have everything? According to the New York Times, the Kochs want a national media presence as well.
As of now the Koch brothers are considered by some to be the frontrunners to purchase the Tribune papers. In this spirit, I thought it might be fun (and quite depressing) to explore how a Koch-run newspaper might have presented some of the most iconic news events in modern history.
History shows that if conservative papers weren't subsidized by deep-pocketed owners, they would fail in a free market. By contrast, at least until the current paradigm shift from print to online, newspapers dismissed as "liberal" had generally been thriving -- many of them under publicly owned companies.
Three years ago, Charles and David Koch, the billionaire industrialists and supporters of libertarian causes, held a seminar
The latest FCC official to get a job in the industry he used to regulate is Edward Lazarus, Chairman Julius Genachowski's former chief of staff. The Los Angeles Times reported on Tuesday that Lazarus is the new general counsel of Tribune Co.
Real estate magnate Sam Zell stunned the media industry when he took the company private in 2007 in an $8.2 billion leveraged
The Tribune Company is seeking to sell some of its newspapers as it prepares to exit bankruptcy, Bloomberg reported on Tuesday
In addition to the Wall Street Journal and London Times, Murdoch owns a group of newspaper papers in his native Australia
Here's a little something just about everyone in the television business knows: Once you become a high-powered executive, it's almost impossible to screw yourself and your reputation so badly that you'll never work again. Case in point: Jeff Zucker.