A cringing Chicago Tribune staff awaits the arrival of Jay Mariotti.
Tag: Lee Abrams
Just because you died that doesn’t make you special.
Protecting its death-notices readers’ tender sensibilities, the Tribune edits out an appeal to vote Democratic.
There but for the grace of God
Lee Abrams and Randy Michaels wax philosophical about the Trib exodus.
Send in the clowns
The new Sinatra-chic Tribune staff badges: more resonant, maybe, than anyone planned on.
I got your revenue stream right here
The Tribune Company is sitting on its most prolific and entertaining columnist.
Notes on the new Orlando Sentinel
A look at the first major post-Zell newspaper redesign: the future looks like the RedEye.
A memo to Tribune Company employees
Lee Abrams, the Tribune Company’s new innovation chief, preaches to the troops.
Lee Abrams: The right guy at the right time for the Tribune?
Chief innovation officer Lee Abrams might sound crazy, but he makes a lot of sense for the Tribune.
Sam Zell thinks this guy is brilliant . . .
Deep thoughts, if you can parse them, from Lee Abrams, the Tribune Company’s new innovation czar
Those who are about to rock the Tribune, we salute you
Rock on, Chicago Tribune. Rock on, news and information.