• Journalists Fight To Save Tribune Publishing Papers From Alden
    Journalists are jumping into the fray to try and save Tribune Publishing from takeover by Alden Global Capital. They have until May 21 to prevent properties such as Chicago Tribune, Hartford Courant and Baltimore Sun from going to Alden, “infamous for stripping newsrooms to the bone.” 
  • Geschke, Father Of Desktop Publishing, Dies At 81
    Chuck Geschke, the father of desktop publishing, has died at age 81. Geschke helped develop ways of creating, sharing and printing digital documents. 
  • Tribune Committee Still Supports Alden Global Bid
    Tribune Publishing’s board continues to support a proposed acquisition by Alden Global Capital despite a higher bid from another group of would-be buyers. A special committee of the board stated its reasons in a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.    
  • German Newspaper 'Bild' To Launch A TV Channel
    Bild, Germany’s biggest-selling daily newspaper, will launch a television channel prior to the country’s election in September. The channel will provide up to six hours of live programming per day.    
  • Update On the Battle To Buy Tribune Publishing
    The fight to acquire Tribune Publishing continued without a pause this week. Here is an analysis of where the rivalry between Alden Global Capital and would-be knight buyers Stewart Bainum Jr. and Hansjörg Wyss now stands.
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