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May 7, 2011 | By Jerry Hirsch, Los Angeles Times
Tribune Corp., owner of the Los Angeles Times, is putting new leadership at the top as it prepares to emerge from its prolonged bankruptcy. Times Publisher Eddy W. Hartenstein on Friday was named chief executive of the Chicago-based corporation, which also owns KTLA-TV Channel 5, the Chicago Tribune and other media properties. Hartenstein will remain publisher of Los Angeles Times Media Group. With his new responsibilities, he named Kathy Thomson as president and chief operating officer of Times Media.
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February 26, 2014
Eddy W. Hartenstein is publisher and chief executive officer of the Los Angeles Times, where since August 2008, he has been responsible for all aspects of print, digital and mobile operations of the country's largest metropolitan daily news organization, as well as those of the Los Angeles Times Media Group's portfolio. Prior to the company's January 2013 change of ownership, he was also president and chief executive officer of Tribune Company, one of the country's leading multimedia companies, operating businesses in publishing, digital and broadcasting.
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September 6, 2008
LA will bring you a unique perspective, stunning original photography and evocative writing. It all starts Sunday with the inaugural Fall Fashion & Style issue. -- Eddy W. Hartenstein publisher and ceo los angeles times
BUSINESS
May 7, 2011 | By Jerry Hirsch, Los Angeles Times
Tribune Corp., owner of the Los Angeles Times, is putting new leadership at the top as it prepares to emerge from its prolonged bankruptcy. Times Publisher Eddy W. Hartenstein on Friday was named chief executive of the Chicago-based corporation, which also owns KTLA-TV Channel 5, the Chicago Tribune and other media properties. Hartenstein will remain publisher of Los Angeles Times Media Group. With his new responsibilities, he named Kathy Thomson as president and chief operating officer of Times Media.
NEWS
February 26, 2014
Eddy W. Hartenstein is publisher and chief executive officer of the Los Angeles Times, where since August 2008, he has been responsible for all aspects of print, digital and mobile operations of the country's largest metropolitan daily news organization, as well as those of the Los Angeles Times Media Group's portfolio. Prior to the company's January 2013 change of ownership, he was also president and chief executive officer of Tribune Company, one of the country's leading multimedia companies, operating businesses in publishing, digital and broadcasting.
BUSINESS
May 4, 2011 | By Walter Hamilton and Shan Li, Los Angeles Times
The Los Angeles Times posted an increase in Sunday circulation for the six months that ended March 31, while daily circulation continued to decline. Times Publisher Eddy W. Hartenstein said the figures were the best Sunday results in eight years. They also marked the smallest daily decline in six years. In an email to staffers, Hartenstein credited improved promotion of local stories, implementation of new digital delivery platforms and enhanced programs to maintain and recruit readers.
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November 1, 2013
EDDY W. HARTENSTEIN Publisher and Chief Executive Officer RUSS STANTON Editor Los Angeles Times CHRIS AVETISIAN Chief Financial Officer ROBERT E. BELLACK Executive Vice President, New Ventures JENNIFER BETKA Vice President, Consumer Marketing ANNA MAGZANYAN Vice President, Advertiser Marketing SCOTT McKIBBEN Executive Vice President, Strategic...
BUSINESS
March 7, 2002 | Bloomberg News
EchoStar Communications Corp. should be forced to offer uniform prices, new services and all local TV channels to buy the parent of rival satellite broadcaster DirecTV, U.S. senators said. Regulators reviewing the proposed $33.6-billion merger of EchoStar and Hughes Electronics Corp. should make the conditions legally binding or name a special overseer of a combined firm, Sen. Herbert Kohl (D-Wis.) said at a Senate judiciary subcommittee hearing.
BUSINESS
September 9, 1994
Two familiar names from the converging entertainment-technology world have been named to head Gov. Pete Wilson's Information Technology Council--International Creative Management Chairman Jeffrey Berg and Oracle Chief Executive Larry Ellison. The council will work to ensure that California takes advantage of opportunities arising from the information revolution in areas ranging from education to the economy, Wilson said in a statement.
OPINION
December 19, 2009
The Justice Department's crackdown on stock-option backdating took a thunderous hit this month when U.S. District Judge Cormac J. Carney dismissed charges against three former Broadcom executives -- only one of whom was on trial at the time. The judge was so upset with the prosecutors' behavior, he even dismissed the Securities and Exchange Commission's lawsuit against the company. Carney's accusations of witness intimidation and tampering are serious enough to warrant an internal investigation by the Justice Department, and one is underway.
BUSINESS
May 4, 2011 | By Walter Hamilton and Shan Li, Los Angeles Times
The Los Angeles Times posted an increase in Sunday circulation for the six months that ended March 31, while daily circulation continued to decline. Times Publisher Eddy W. Hartenstein said the figures were the best Sunday results in eight years. They also marked the smallest daily decline in six years. In an email to staffers, Hartenstein credited improved promotion of local stories, implementation of new digital delivery platforms and enhanced programs to maintain and recruit readers.
NATIONAL
September 6, 2008
LA will bring you a unique perspective, stunning original photography and evocative writing. It all starts Sunday with the inaugural Fall Fashion & Style issue. -- Eddy W. Hartenstein publisher and ceo los angeles times
BUSINESS
October 28, 2008 | Roger Vincent, Vincent is a Times staff writer.
Facing falling revenue in a stalling economy, the Los Angeles Times on Monday laid off 75 editorial employees, part of a 200-person reduction that began last week. "The Times is no less immune to the twists and turns of the current economic situation than virtually all other businesses and institutions," Publisher Eddy W. Hartenstein said in a prepared statement. "As such, we continue to evaluate and realign our organization and operations."
BUSINESS
July 8, 1989 | PATRICK LEE, Times Staff Writer
In the latest in a series of acquisitions aimed at expanding its satellite communications business, Hughes Aircraft Co. said Friday that it will buy the satellite leasing subsidiary of International Business Machines Corp. Hughes Aircraft's El Segundo-based Hughes Communications Inc. unit will buy all of IBM's Satellite Transponder Leasing Corp., which has two satellites in orbit and is readying a third for launch next June, Hughes said.
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