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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterCirculation at U.S. newspapers fell more than 10% during the last six months as readers fled to the Internet at a faster pace. The Audit Bureau of Circulations reported today that the average weekday circulation of the nearly 400 daily papers that...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterJay Leno's prime-time career on NBC will end on Feb. 12. Whether Conan O'Brien's late-night career with the network will also be ending next month remains to be seen. Speaking to reporters at the semiannual Television Critics Assn.'s press tour, NBC...
The Associated PressA southern Utah newspaper has rejected a gay California couple's wedding announcement, saying its policy is to publish announcements only for marriages legal under Utah law. The Spectrum in St. George initially accepted a paid wedding announcement for...
Chicago TribuneMonday: -- Earnings: Eaton Corp.; Mattel Inc.; Novellus Systems Inc.; Sensient Technologies Corp. Tuesday: -- June producer price index -- June industrial production -- Earnings: AMB Property Corp.; Coca-Cola Co.; CSX Corp.; Forest Laboratories Inc.;...
Tribune staff reportersSam Zell likes to say a true entrepreneur has unending self-confidencethat he doesn't see risk, he sees only solutions. That might explain why the flamboyant Chicago real estate magnate believes he can transform Tribune Co. at a time when newspapers and...
Tags: Chicago Real Estate, Death, Real Estate, Employees, Insurance
Tribune staff reportersTribune Co.'s board of directors negotiated late into Sunday night on a deal aimed at handing control of the 159-year-old Chicago Tribune and other major media properties to maverick Chicago billionaire Sam Zell for $13 billion. If Tribune's board can...
Tribune senior correspondentA coalition of major American media companies filed a 1st Amendment petition Monday seeking to open to public scrutiny the criminal trial of Mychal Bell, one of the teenage defendants in the controversial Jena 6 case in Louisiana. The legal motion, filed...
Tags: Prosecution, Crimes, Criminals, Social Issues, Trials
A judge has disqualified himself from hearing a request from news media to open juvenile court proceedings for a black teenager charged with beating a white classmate in Jena, La. After the recusal of District Judge J.P. Mauffray Jr., the Louisiana...
The Associated PressStruggling newspapers should be allowed to operate as nonprofits similar to public broadcasting stations, Sen. Benjamin Cardin, D-Md., proposed Tuesday. Cardin introduced a bill that would allow newspapers to choose tax-exempt status. They would no...
Although Tribune Co. has the distinction of being the first major newspaper publisher to seek bankruptcy protection in this sour economy, it is hardly alone in facing the deadly combination of high debt and declining advertising revenue. For a sense of...
Chicago Tribune parent Tribune Co. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection today in Delaware so it can restructure its debt. The Chicago Cubs and Wrigley Field, which Tribune Co. has on the auction block, are not part of the filing. The company said...
BATTLE CREEK, Mich. (AP) - The Battle Creek Enquirer plans to cut 50 jobs, or nearly half of its staff positions, as well as shut down the newspaper's press and move printing to a Lansing facility. The decision announced Tuesday affects 18 full-...
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