Amusing comment on recent troubles at the Chicago Tribune? You be the judge
If you’re an ailing newspaper, Conrad Black might be your man
The story of the Tribune Company’s decline is more nuanced than what you read in the New York Times.
For the radio vets at TribCo, it’s all about the noise.
Thoughts on Tribune editor Gerould Kern, as the frat rats he worked for exit.
The Trib discovers its feminine side.
The Tribune’s Chief Innovation Officer resigns.
Maybe Trib CEO Randy Michaels’ list of forbidden words for WGN wasn’t long enough.
Lee Abrams gives Randy Michaels the gift of moral indignation.
The truth about Lee Abrams’s briefly notorious memo is either more or less interesting than presented, depending on what interests you.
The NYT publishes a bombshell about the Tribune Company, but very little of it should come as a surprise.
Lee Abrams is the new Svengoolie (via).
A new Chicago Tribune memo telling staffers how to behave might have impressed a kindergarten class.
The Tribune Company’s Lee Abrams trashes celebrities using a quote misattributed to Mariah Carey.
Lee Abrams hails the redesigned Chicago Tribune