How Sun-Times Media left the Chicago News Cooperative behind
James O’Shea announces a halt at the Chicago News Cooperative
Why the Chicago News Cooperative is closing
Chicago News Cooperative is folding
Days before my review copy of James O’Shea’s The Deal From Hell came in the mail, a friend who’d read an excerpt of O’Shea’s account of the Tribune Company-Times Mirror […]
On reading James O’Shea’s “The Merger From Hell.”
Another big Trib name moves to the Chicago News Cooperative.
David Griesing is leaving the Trib for the newly formed Chicago News Cooperative.
Andrew Patner asks the question, and in the original Latin, in his energetic blog post on the new Chicago News Cooperative that Jim O’Shea announced today.
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 […]
What the American Press Institute thinks about the future of newspapers has suddenly become very relevant to the Reader.
Creative Loafing loses its last bid in bankruptcy court, and its main creditor takes the reins at the Reader.
Today’s auction day! Read Michael Miner’s big news about our potential new ownership. I also learned a neat new phrase in this process, facially incomprehensible. I’m just going to listen […]
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.
Is Ann Marie Lipinski’s resignation part of a proud new tradition?