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Henry Chu is the trade's new European Bureau Chief. He took the LAT buyout last fall.
Ferro might be the illegitimate offspring of Sam Zell and former Freedom Communications CEO Aaron Kushner.
More revenue than you've ever seen. Artificial intelligence. Revolutionize the strategy. Piece of cake.
Sounds like mostly wishful thinking, since the prospect of Gannett management won't cause much excitement.
Larry Mantle on his friend Steve Julian. New post for Nicco Mele. The Broad gets a category on tonight's "Jeopardy." And a lot more.
The LA Times turns its most valuable website acreage over to its own Pulitzer Prize, while the Washington Post stays with news of more interest to non-journalists.
The Times swarmed the story from the start and the effort pays off.
Ricardo DeAratanha was charged Tuesday with misdemeanor resisting, obstructing or delaying a peace officer when he was confronted during the Nancy Reagan funeral in Simi Valley.
Longtime TV reporter Scott Collins will be TV editor, and Michael Schneider joins Penske Media. Plus more.
Jaweed Kaleem covered religion for HuffPo, where he had been for five years.
Tribune's high bid is rejected after a federal lawsuit and temporary restraining order. Now on to the judge to decide.
Former freelancer is back looking for vindication.
The civil antitrust lawsuit seeks a temporary restraining order to block last night's auction results.
LA Times parent puts up the most money, but questions remain.
A letter from the Justice Department warns of antitrust concerns if Tribune Publishing were to acquire Freedom communications at auction.
Moves announced today are follow ups to the buyouts last year in which something like 90 senior staffers left the paper.
A third bidder may yet join the auction but a sale could close by the end of the month.
King's weekly Classic Hollywood column, ending today, put the spotlight on films, people and books that otherwise would go unnoticed and unheralded.
On its first day under a new publisher, though I don't know if it mattered, the Los Angeles Times editorial board used very strong rhetoric in an editorial blasting...
The editor since 2011 will be the first joint editor-publisher of the LAT possibly since the era of General Harrison Otis. He's the fourth publisher in two years.
Oscar reporters had to demand access to the ceremony after corporate suits took the LAT's passes. Also: could Davan Maharaj add publisher to his title?
The Los Angeles Times is experimenting with this Sunday's print Calendar section — that is the day of the Academy Awards ceremony and TV show. The cover images of...
A deputy from the OC Register and a tech editor from the Bay Area are added. Plus: A new column in Sports.
Jack Griffin lasted less than three weeks under the new largest shareholder of Tribune Publishing, which is no less screwed up than the previous Chicago overlords of the LA Times.
His #EmergingUS seeks to raise $1 million in 60 days in a new partnership with Beacon.
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