Podcasts & RSS Feeds
Most Active Stories
- What's Next For Pensions, Now That Court Has Tossed Illinois' Law?
- Power Players – Who’s In And Who’s Out When It Comes To Lobbying The New Governor
- Lawmakers Propose Adding Crime Victims' Bill Of Rights To Illinois Law
- How Much Is Your AP Test Score Worth In Illinois? The Answer Varies By University
- New Pension Fixes May Emerge; Rauner Considering Ideas That "Haven't Been Brought Forward Yet"
Tue August 5, 2014
Tribune Company Spins Off Print Division
If you follow the New York Stock Exchange closely, you might notice a new media company listed there today. It’s Tribune Publishing — formerly the publishing division of the Tribune Company, including the Los Angeles Times and Chicago Tribune, among others.
Starting today, Tribune Publishing with go it alone. Also today, the Gannett Company said that it plans to spin off its print operations, including USA Today.
There have been similar moves by other media companies, such as Time Warner, which has decided to spin-off its more than 90 magazines.
Al Tompkins of The Poynter Institute joins Here & Now’s Jeremy Hobson to take a look at what this means for media companies and print journalism.
- Al Tompkins, senior faculty for broadcasting and online at The Poynter Institute. He tweets @atompkins.