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Freedom Communications, the Irvine, Calif.-based parent company of the Tribune newspapers, filed for Chapter 11 reorganization Tuesday as part of a pre-packaged agreement with lenders on restructuring its debts.
Change comes swiftly to the craft of news reporting and commentary. Just two years ago, I was a everyday beat reporter with a focus on Arizona’s congressional delegation and federal issues — but prepared to chase just about any good story that I thought East Valley readers would care about.
The Tribune bucked a nationwide trend, gaining 1.1 percent in circulation for the six months that ended Sept. 30, the Audit Bureau of Circulations reported Monday.
Freedom Communications, the parent company of the East Valley Tribune, announced Wednesday Julie Moreno, who heads The Sun in Yuma, was named publisher of the East Valley and Scottsdale Tribunes.
The Tribune will receive four awards tonight at the 2008 Arizona Freedom of Information Awards, an annual event organized by the Society of Professional Journalists.
Oct. 15, 2004
Oct. 24, 2004
Here are the Tribune's recommendations for the propositions on today's ballot:
Although he certainly didn’t need one, Buddy Turner decided it was time for a change.
The East Valley Tribune's parent, Freedom Communications Inc., is in continuing talks with its lenders about restructuring a $770 million debt, Freedom officials said Sunday.
A top executive of Freedom Communications said Thursday that the company hopes someone will step forward to buy the Tribune newspapers and keep the East Valley publications alive, but so far, no viable offer has come forward.
Scott Flanders has been selected as chief executive officer of Freedom Communications, the parent company of the East Valley Tribune and Scottsdale Tribune.
NEW YORK — Freedom Communications Inc., the owner of the Tribune and Orange County Register, is expected to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection this week, according to a published report.
Freedom Communications has received a letter of intent to purchase the East Valley Tribune and keep the Pulitzer-Prize winning newspaper and Web site operating, Publisher Julie Moreno said Friday.
The owner of the East Valley Tribune has formed an alliance with Monster to extend the reach of its online advertising from coast to coast.
A federal bankruptcy judge on Tuesday approved the sale of the Ahwatukee Foothills News — as well as Freedom Communications’ other Valley publications — to 1013 Communications LLC.
Tribune publisher and East Valley activist Karen Wittmer announced she will retire later this year. Wittmer has been the Tribune’s top executive for over 10 years, serving under two owners.
Faced with continuing industry weakness in advertising spending, Freedom Communications Inc. announced Friday a companywide furlough program. Employees at all levels of the company, including those at the Tribune, will take five days off work, without pay, between April 1 and June 30.
Thieves looking to break into cars in downtown Mesa may want to think twice before they smash the glass. The Downtown Mesa Association is trying to convince local businesses to install cameras that could capture footage of criminal acts in the city’s one-mile city center.
When someone hits a home run into the outfield stands at a Big League Dreams ballpark, the ball isn’t snatched by an eager fan. Instead, it bounces off a smiling face in the crowd with a wooden thump. Those faces in the outfield are made up of wooden panels preprinted with photos of cheering crowds to make players feel as though they’re in the major leagues.
May 23, 2005
Freedom Communications, the parent of the East Valley Tribune, said Wednesday a letter of intent has been finalized for the sale of the operating assets and liabilities of the Pulitzer Prize-winning newspaper to Boulder, Colo.-based Thirteenth Street Media.
As he headed into the second half of his first year, Hunter Zahn rolled, but would not crawl wherever he wanted to go within his family's north Scottsdale home.
After bountifuls of birdies, a new state record and a championship, Hannah O’Sullivan’s hands were still shaking.
Freedom Communications Inc., the parent company of the East Valley Tribune, announced Tuesday an across-the-board, 5-percent pay reduction for all company employees, effective July 13.