New owners at the Reader; a new editorial “we” at the Sun-Times.
TV writer John Eisendrath on his brother’s acquisition of the Chicago Reader and Chicago Sun-Times
If Tronc keeps the Sun-Times going will it preserve the Reader too?
Also, the city is finally accepting proposals for developing the Michael Reese Hospital site.
Last Week Tonight hilariously skewers the former Tribune Publishing.
tronc, Inc. introduces itself.
Support for the brains behind tronc was tepid.
But for goodness’ sakes—why?
A letter from Towle & Co. says these “gut-wrenching” times for newspapers are too much for Tribune Publishing management.
Oaktree Capital Management makes a new pitch for talks between Tribune Publishing and Gannett.
Chicago will be diminished if locals don’t own and manage its most important newspaper.
Tribune Publishing counters a hostile-takeover bid with a financial “poison pill.”
Attacking the new boss is the company’s latest takeover strategy.
Employees at the paper consider these alternate future scenarios.
If so, what a terrible thing for the Tribune.