Tribune said the move will let one company take advantage of growth in broadcasting and allow the other to focus on newspapers, an industry where revenue has been declining for years.
Residents in Humboldt Park and Logan Square have had it with those free ad-papers that pile up on your doorstep.
The Tribune Company is beefing up its stable of television stations in a big way.
Tribune Co. emerged from a Chapter 11 restructuring Monday, more than four years after the media company sought bankruptcy protection.
DirecTV subscribers in 19 U.S. markets have regained access to a host of channels that had been blacked out since Sunday because of a contract impasse with Tribune Broadcasting.
More job cuts are coming at the Chicago Tribune.
Real estate mogul Sam Zell is reportedly paying $95 million to buy the Elysian Hotel in the Gold Coast.
The Tribune Company bankruptcy case remains unsettled, after a federal judge rejected the latest plans.
Job cuts are coming to the Tribune Company as a result of a major reorganization.
Former Chicago Tribune chief executive officer Randy Michaels is reportedly set to buy two high-profile local FM radio stations, on the heels of a new book that exposes some raunchy tales about Michaels’ conduct in Tribune Tower.
Los Angeles Times publisher Eddy Harnstein has been named the new chief executive officer of the Triune Company.
A two-week hearing begins Monday to determine the fate of Tribune Company.
A published report says the Tribune Company tried to keep some of its own internal politics secret in its ongoing bankruptcy case.
A Delaware bankruptcy judge has approved a multimillion-dollar bonus plan for hundreds of Tribune Co. employees after the company agreed to exclude five top executives.
The Tribune Company is asking a Delaware bankruptcy judge to approve up to $43 million in bonuses for top executives and managers this year.
A group of creditors angling to get more money out of Tribune Co.’s bankruptcy case is alleging that greed and misconduct of the media company’s lenders, advisers and own leaders led to its financial downfall.
Tribune Co., struggling to get out of bankruptcy protection, faces a new round of challenges from creditors unhappy with the media company’s latest plan to restructure its business.
Tribune Co. CEO Randy Michaels resigned Friday amid tales of raunchy behavior as the company looked to shift attention back to its efforts to emerge from bankruptcy protection.
It would be culmination of controversies including assertions he fostered “frat house atmosphere” at the Tribune Tower.