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  • Waxman fears Tribune publishing spinoff may hurt The Times

    Waxman fears Tribune publishing spinoff may hurt The Times
    WASHINGTON — Rep. Henry A. Waxman (D-Los Angeles), expressing concern about the future of the Los Angeles Times, is asking Tribune Co. executives to explain the company's move to spin off its newspaper operations into a separate company. "I am...
  • SeaWorld uses newspaper ads to strike back at 'Blackfish' charges

    SeaWorld uses newspaper ads to strike back at 'Blackfish' charges
    Facing a mounting public-relations crisis, SeaWorld has finally responded to charges of animal mistreatment made in this year's documentary "Blackfish." On Friday, SeaWorld paid to publish an open letter in eight newspapers, including the Los Angeles...
  • PASSINGS: Raul Ramirez, Al Ruscio

    PASSINGS: Raul Ramirez, Al Ruscio
    Raul Ramirez Award-winning investigative journalist Raul Ramirez, 67, an investigative newspaper journalist who went on to help build a prominent Northern California public radio news operation, died Friday at home in Berkeley, said San Francisco...
  • Tribune moves forward with newspaper unit spinoff

    Tribune moves forward with newspaper unit spinoff
    Tribune Co. is moving forward with the spinoff of its newspaper unit by submitting preliminary paperwork to the Securities and Exchange Commission. The media company plans to distribute a 98.5% stake in the publishing unit to existing Tribune...
  • Triumph of the vulgarians

     Triumph of the vulgarians
    Newspapers, including this one, are among the last places in America that has close to zero tolerance for [expletive deleted]. I could give you a hint about what word is between the brackets, but I'd best not for fear of arousing the ire of the...
  • News Corp., Wall Street Journal owner, reports 3% lower revenue

    News Corp., Wall Street Journal owner, reports 3% lower revenue
    Media mogul Rupert Murdoch's publishing company News Corp. swung to a profit in its fiscal first quarter -- its first financial reporting period as a stand-alone company -- but revenue slipped nearly 3%. News Corp. separated from the more profitable...
  • ‘Lou Grant’s’ Animal covers protest

     
    Actor Daryl Anderson, with camera left of center, covers demonstration by over 1,000 protesting the cancellation of "Lou Grant" television series. Anderson portrayed the photojournalist Dennis "Animal" Price on the popular series....
  • Ryan Ferguson a free man after newspaper murder case collapses

    Ryan Ferguson a free man after newspaper murder case collapses
    Ryan Ferguson left prison a free man Tuesday, greeted by cheers from supporters and lingering questions related to one of Missouri’s highest-profile murder cases. He and a friend were convicted of killing a Columbia, Mo., newspaper editor and...
  • Can a high school paper nix the name 'Redskins'?

    Can a high school paper nix the name 'Redskins'?
    A long time ago, I was an editor on my high school paper and something of a troublemaker. So I have some sympathy for the editors of the student newspaper at Neshaminy High School in eastern Pennsylvania. On Tuesday, the editors will meet with the...
  • Sale of Riverside Press-Enterprise not closed; Belo threatens suit

    Sale of Riverside Press-Enterprise not closed; Belo threatens suit
    A planned sale of the Riverside Press-Enterprise to the owner of the Orange County Register has not yet closed three days after the deadline, according to the newspaper’s current owner. In a statement published after the close of the stock market,...
  • Kathy Thomson to step down as president and COO of L.A. Times

    Kathy Thomson to step down as president and COO of L.A. Times
    Kathy Thomson, the president and chief operating officer of the Los Angeles Times, announced that she is leaving the newspaper at the end of this month. In an email to the staff, Thomson said she is departing for “another challenging opportunity&...