Tribune Publishing Co. will carry $350 million worth of debt into its spinoff as a stand-alone company, the Chicago Tribune reported.
TURIN, Italy — WAN-Ifra’s Secretary General Larry Kilman brought attention to the rise of attacks on press freedom worldwide at the 66th annual World Newspaper Congress and World Editors Forum, specifically the unprecedented level of censorship, danger and attacks in Thailand and the Ukraine.
Manugraph Americas Inc. sold new DGM 430 four-high towers, new press drives and refurbished equipment to two Vancouver, B.C. based publishing companies.
A handful publishers have said they will not follow The Associate Press’ new style rule that took effect May 1, to no longer abbreviate state names, but instead spell them out in the body of stories.
Dallas Morning News parent A.H. Belo Corp. reported a first-quarter net loss of $0.18 per share, an improvement of $0.09 per share compared to the first quarter of 2013.
The Haarlems Dagblad — a regional newspaper in the Netherlands, founded in 1656, which claims to be the oldest newspaper in the world — published its first digital-only Sunday edition on April 27.
Al Feldstein, Mad magazine’s longtime editor-in-chief, died. He was 88. Mr. Feldstein edited Mad from 1955 to 1984, and was responsible for hiring much of the “Usual Gang of Idiots,” -as Mad staffers and freelancers have come to be known.
Koch Industries Inc.’s Koch Development LLC unit and Goldman Sachs Group Inc.’s Merchant Banking Division partnered to buy Flint Group from CVC Capital Partners Ltd.
Press+ said it will integrate its paid subscription software and data with the Alliance for Audited Media to enable circulation auditing of publisher’s using its platform to manage paywalls.