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November 3, 1998 | From a Times Staff Writer
John C. McKeon, senior vice president of advertising and chief innovation officer at Newsday, was named senior vice president of advertising at the Los Angeles Times, Times President and Chief Executive Officer Kathryn M. Downing said. McKeon, 42, will be responsible for all retail, national and classified advertising at the newspaper, a unit of Times Mirror Co., and will report to Downing. McKeon will assume his new post Nov. 16.
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November 3, 1998 | From a Times Staff Writer
John C. McKeon, senior vice president of advertising and chief innovation officer at Newsday, was named senior vice president of advertising at the Los Angeles Times, Times President and Chief Executive Officer Kathryn M. Downing said. McKeon, 42, will be responsible for all retail, national and classified advertising at the newspaper, a unit of Times Mirror Co., and will report to Downing. McKeon will assume his new post Nov. 16.
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BUSINESS
January 18, 1985
John C. McKeon, John A. Picano and Ronald D. Tossey have been appointed vice presidents of Times Mirror National Marketing, New York. Also, Michael J. Forgione was promoted to senior vice president-sales. The company provides a national sales organization for Los Angeles-based Times Mirror Co.'s newspapers, including the Los Angeles Times.
BUSINESS
August 16, 2006
* Linn Energy, a Pittsburgh-based oil and natural gas exploration company, said it bought the Brea Olinda oil field in Orange County for $291 million from Blacksand Energy of Houston. The field includes 270 wells and contains proven reserves of 31.3 million barrels of oil equivalent. * John C. McKeon has been named president and chief executive of Los Angeles Newspaper Group, which publishes the Daily News and seven other Southern California dailies.
BUSINESS
January 24, 2002 | A Times Staff Writer
Raymond J. McCutcheon has been promoted to senior vice president of advertising at the Los Angeles Times, responsible for all retail, national and classified advertising. He has been vice president of advertising at The Times since 1999. McCutcheon succeeds John C. McKeon, who joined the South Florida Sun-Sentinel as senior vice president and general manager in December. McCutcheon will report to Jeffrey M. Johnson, senior vice president and general manager of The Times.
BUSINESS
February 5, 1999 | Eleanor Yang
The Los Angeles Times and Garden State Newspapers Inc. jointly acquired a distributor for advertising pre-printed inserts for an undisclosed amount, the companies said. The acquisition of California Independent Postal Service Marketing Group Inc. will enable both publishing groups to deliver stand-alone advertisements to every household in the five-county coverage area, without duplicating the deliveries to households receiving the ads inside the newspapers.
BUSINESS
October 31, 2006 | James Rainey, Times Staff Writer
The company that publishes the Los Angeles Daily News laid off Publisher Tracy Rafter and 20 other employees Monday. Although the Los Angeles Newspaper Group did not publicly announce the changes at the San Fernando Valley-based paper, employees said the cuts were described as a streamlining move. Rafter was replaced by John C. McKeon, president and chief executive of the Los Angeles Newspaper Group, which owns the Daily News, the Pasadena Star-News and six other Southern California newspapers.
BUSINESS
October 7, 2006 | Patrick McGreevy, Times Staff Writer
Tense talks over cost cutting at the Daily News of Los Angeles had staffers buzzing Friday about whether there might soon be changes at the top, prompting Editor Ron Kaye to send out a note to subordinates that said he would be back at work Monday. Publisher Tracy Rafter did not return calls for comment about questions swirling around the newspaper's Woodland Hills office, including whether her job might be on the line as corporate bosses push for cutting the 150-person editorial staff.
SPORTS
October 27, 2000 | T.J. SIMERS
For the past few weeks it seems as if every page of the sports section has had a large Clipper advertisement, and knowing Donald Sterling's reputation for being cheap, I called The Times' senior vice president of advertising, John C. McKeon, to find out if someone else was paying the big bucks, and maybe Sterling had sold the team without anyone knowing. You know what the advertising muckety-muck does? He Steven Samples me.
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