Tribune Media

American media conglomerate (1861–2019)
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The Tribune Media Company, also called Tribune Media, formerly called Tribune Company, is a media company headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Its broadcasting company is Tribune Broadcasting. Tribune Media Company is one of the largest television broadcasting companies in the world. It has 39 television stations across the United States. In August 2014, it spun off its publishing division into Tribune Publishing, but before that, Tribune Media Company was the nation's second-largest newspaper publisher (behind the Gannett Company). It owned newspapers, such as the Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, and the Orlando Sentinel. It also has media service companies, such as Tribune Media Services.

Tribune Media Company
Company typePublicly traded company
IndustryEntertainment, broadcasting
FoundedJune 10, 1847 (1847-06-10) (original foundation, as the Chicago Daily Tribune)
1861 (1861) (as Tribune Company)
August 4, 2014 (2014-08-04) (as Tribune Media Company)
Key people
Peter Liguori (President/CEO)
ProductsTelevision, radio, television production, real estate
RevenueIncrease US$3.18 billion (FY 2010)
OwnerOaktree Capital Management (23%)
Angelo, Gordon & Co. (9%)
JPMorgan Chase & Co. (9%)
(corporate employees hold the remaining 48% ownership interest)
Number of employees

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  Media related to Tribune Media at Wikimedia Commons

  • Tribune Media Company's official website
  • Nieman Journalism Lab. "Tribune Company". Encyclo: an encyclopedia of the future of news. Retrieved 1 April 2012.