Other suitors would have shut down the Chicago Reader, says Brad Bulkley
Chicago Reader reportedly headed for Sun-Times Media stable
The Reader’s publisher is looking for a new owner for this newspaper
Is the Reader on the block? Crain’s says so.
Two smaller Creative Loafing weeklies are sold to SouthComm
Jim Warren resigns as publisher of the Chicago Reader.
A former features editor of the Chicago Tribune is hired as publisher of the Chicago Reader.
The evolution of Chicago news media took a major step forward Thursday. Jim O’Shea, former managing editor of the Chicago Tribune and editor of the Los Angeles Times, announced that his brainchild is off the ground. It’s the Chicago News Cooperative, “designed to provide high quality, professionally edited news and commentary to the Chicago region […]
Life at the Reader was just wonderful for a long time. Lots of stories, lots of listings, lots of ads, lots of classifieds — plus memorable staff parties and a Christmas bonus that was roughly a month’s salary.
Following up on earlier posts that tell the story of today’s bankruptcy court handover of Creative Loafing Inc. — the Reader included — to Atalaya Capital Management… Here are two more members of the new Atalaya-installed CLI management team: Michele Laven, vice president of integrated media at Clear Channel Los Angeles and the former president […]
Creative Loafing CEO ponders the future following the loss of his company to his main creditor.
Creative Loafing loses its last bid in bankruptcy court, and its main creditor takes the reins at the Reader.
Bankruptcy Judge Caryl Delano in Tampa ruled this morning that Atalaya Capital Management of New York had outbid the current owners of Creative Loafing Inc. and would take over the company.
LA Times editor who was fired for bucking budget cuts would be on the board if Atalaya wins the Creative Loafing chain in an auction today.
The pitfalls of covering the publication you work for—and why you have to do it.