Saturday, November 17, 2012

Tribune company

  • TV executive Peter Liguori to be new CEO of Tribune Co., sources say

    When Tribune Co. emerges from bankruptcy, the new owners plan to name television executive Peter Liguori as the company's chief executive, according to sources familiar with the situation.

  • Report: Tribune names Peter Liguori CEO

    The Tribune reported Saturday that Oaktree Capital Management, Angelo, Gordon & Co., and JPMorgan Chase could take over Tribune company by the end of the year after the company spent four years in bankruptcy. One of the group's first decisions will be ...

  • FCC grants Tribune Co. waivers, clears way to end bankruptcy

    ... 2012, 12:41 p.m.. WASHINGTON -- Federal regulators on Friday granted waivers to the Tribune Co. for its ownership of newspapers and broadcast stations in five markets, clearing the way for the company to emerge from its long-running bankruptcy.

  • Tribune Co. Set to Receive Critical FCC Waivers

    Barring an unforeseen and very unlikely objection from one or more of the Federal Communications Commission's five commissioners, some very critical regional media market waivers will be granted by the FCC on Friday.

  • Tribune to Name Liguori CEO

    Tribune Co. is expected to name television veteran Peter Liguori as its next CEO, having cleared its last major hurdle to emerging from bankruptcy on Friday, according to a person familiar with the matter.

  • Tribune May Get Last Approval Needed to Exit Bankruptcy

    Tribune Co. got the final approval it needs to emerge from almost four years of bankruptcy today as the Federal Communications Commission granted the transfer of broadcast licenses to new owners.

  • Peter Liguori expected to become Tribune CEO

    Peter Liguori, a former top executive at News Corp. and Discovery Communications, is expected to be named chief executive of Tribune Co. after the company emerges from bankruptcy, according to people familiar with the matter. Liguori is in advanced ...

  • Tribune gets key FCC clearances in Chapter 11 case

    WASHINGTON - The Federal Communications Commission has given the Tribune Co. key clearances as it prepares to leave bankruptcy protection and transfer the company to new owners.

  • Tribune Cleared to Exit Bankruptcy

    With new waivers granted for the Tribune Co.'s ownership of newspapers and TV stations in five markets and a new CEO waiting in the wings, the Chicago-based media company is finally cleared to emerge from Chapter 11.

  • Tribune Cross Ownership to Be Cleared in FCC Proposal

    The Federal Communications Commission is set to vote on relaxing media-ownership rules and ratifying Tribune Co.'s common control of television stations and newspapers in cities including New York and Chicago, a final step the company needs to emerge ...

  • Tribune Co. clearing the final hurdle in bankruptcy

    Nearly four years after the parent company of the LAT filed for Chapter 11, the end appears to be in sight. The staff of the FCC has recommended that the agency grant waivers involving ownership of television stations and newspapers in the same market.

  • Murdoch Eyes Tribune Company

    Emerging from scandal, Rupert Murdoch, chairman of News Corp., was reported Friday to be looking to buy two newspapers, the Los Angeles Times and Chicago Tribune from a company with struggles of its own. But he's not buying yet! Murdoch is reportedly ...

  • UT Owner Manchester Shows Interest In Tribune Company

    Tribune spokesman Gary Weitman refused to comment on what he called speculation regarding the company and its assets.

  • Why is Tribune Company Trying to Prevent Connecticut Fans from Seeing the ...

    The nasty "retransmission dispute" between Tribune Company, which owns Fox CT in Connecticut, and Cablevision will be two months old on Wednesday.

  • Cablevision, Tribune Company Reach Agreement

    Cablevision Systems (NYSE: CVC) today announced that it has reached agreement with Tribune Company to return Tribune-owned stations to Cablevision, including WTIC (FOX CT) and WPIX (CW).

  • Emanuel: Flap over secret recording of reporter 'much ado about nothing'

    It was announced on June 25, 2008 that the Tribune Co. is selling two of its newspaper properties, the Times Mirror Square in Los Angeles and the Tribune Tower in Chicago.

  • FCC Grants Tribune Waivers

    The commission also granted Tribune a failing station waiver in Hartford, a satellite waiver in Indianapolis, and pointed specifically to easing the company out of bankruptcy in the order granting the waivers. In fact, it said it granted the temporary ...

  • The Chicago Tribune Names Gold Eagle Co. Among the Top 100 Workplaces in ...

    CHICAGO, Nov. 16, 2012 -- /PRNewswire/ -- Gold Eagle Co. ("Gold Eagle"), an industry pioneer of aftermarket fluids and additives and maker of STA-BIL®, HEET® and START YOUR ENGINES!

  • Chicago Tribune, LA Times Veterans Fear Possible Murdoch Takeover

    Several current and former Tribune Company staffers recalled what happened when Murdoch bought the rival Chicago Sun-Times in 1984, later selling it in 1986.

  • Penney is biggest S&P stock loser

    It's the latest sign that Wall Street isn't any happier with Penney's pricing than Main Street is: Investors had pushed Penney stock up 24 percent to about $43 after the company announced the pricing plan in late January. But with Monday's drop, the ...

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