Feder: Chicago Tribune journalists form union

 
 
Updated 4/11/2018 10:53 AM
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  • Editorial employees of the Chicago Tribune have announced plans to seek union representation -- a first in the 171-year history of the traditionally anti-union newspaper, Robert Feder writes.

    Editorial employees of the Chicago Tribune have announced plans to seek union representation -- a first in the 171-year history of the traditionally anti-union newspaper, Robert Feder writes. Associated Press/April 2006

Editorial employees of the Chicago Tribune have announced plans to seek union representation -- a first in the 171-year history of the traditionally anti-union newspaper, Robert Feder writes. In an open letter signed by 46 journalists (including four Pulitzer Prize winners), the organizers called on their colleagues Wednesday to support the effort with the NewsGuild-Communication Workers of America. Get the full report and more Chicago media news at robertfeder.com.

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