Feder: Chicago Tribune bosses seek to rally staff in perilous times

  • Despite ominous warnings about what's ahead under new corporate owners Alden Global Capital, the Chicago Tribune is closing out the year on an upbeat note from its top editors.

    Despite ominous warnings about what's ahead under new corporate owners Alden Global Capital, the Chicago Tribune is closing out the year on an upbeat note from its top editors.

 
 
Updated 12/18/2019 6:43 AM

Despite ominous warnings about what's ahead under new corporate owners Alden Global Capital, the Chicago Tribune is closing out the year on an upbeat note from its top editors, Robert Feder writes.

Tribune publisher and editor-in-chief Bruce Dold said the newspaper is poised to continue creating "meaningful journalism" in the face of growing challenges in 2020.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

"The Tribune has been on a tear," Dold wrote in a holiday message to employees also signed by managing editors Peter Kendall and Chrissy Taylor. "From deep investigations to breaking news, from sports analysis to stunning photography, from journalism that took nearly a year to that which took a couple hours, our work has resonated with readers and made a difference in important ways."

Get the full report, and more Chicago media news, at robertfeder.com.

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