October 11, 1999
October 11, 1999 More Americans are living longer lives than ever before. Knowledge is the key to ensuring those lives are healthy and productive--knowledge about nutrition, preventive health care, and the latest breakthroughs in medicine. This first Los Angeles Times Festival of Health is part of our ongoing effort to provide the essential information you need to help make your life the healthiest it can be.
January 8, 2010 |
The Los Angeles Times is closing its printing operations in Orange County to cut costs and will begin publishing a new section devoted to late-breaking news, the paper announced Thursday. In a memo to employees, Times Publisher Eddy Hartenstein said the paper would generate "substantial savings" by consolidating its printing operations at one facility in downtown Los Angeles. "All of our efforts are being done with a keen eye toward limiting personnel loss throughout the company, while maintaining and growing other areas of the business," Hartenstein wrote.
August 26, 2009
Ventura and Los Angeles, Calif. - August 24, 2009 - The Ventura County Star and the Los Angeles Times Media Group (LATMG) today announced their participation in a late-week total market coverage advertising insert program, providing an effective distribution solution with targeted reach to 95,000 East Ventura County households, plus Fillmore and Mission Oaks. "We're pleased to be able to offer this combined preprint package to our advertisers and our community," said George Cogswell, President and Publisher of the Ventura County Star.
November 11, 1999 |
The Los Angeles Times reported gains in daily and Sunday circulation, attributing the rise to a joint sales effort in which copies of The Times are bundled with those of La Opinion, the Spanish-language daily. Daily paid circulation of The Times for the six-month period ended Sept. 30, increased by 10,646, or 1%, to 1,078,186 from the year-ago period, according to figures filed with the Audit Bureau of Circulations.
January 4, 2001 |
The Los Angeles Times has sold the Pasadena Weekly, a free community newspaper with a circulation of 35,000, to Ventura Newspaper Inc. Terms of the transaction weren't disclosed. Ventura Newspaper is the publisher of the weekly Ventura County Reporter. The Times, which is owned by Chicago-based Tribune Co., acquired the Pasadena Weekly through its Times Community News affiliate in 1998.
April 22, 1990 |
Nicholas Chriss, who was a Los Angeles Times national staff reporter based in Houston from 1968 to 1980, died Saturday of a heart attack in a Houston hospital. He was 62. Chriss, who had been covering the U.S. and Soviet space programs for the Houston Chronicle for the last 10 years, began his career with the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal in Tupelo, Miss., after graduating from the University of Missouri.
August 16, 1995
Michael G. Rose, formerly president and chief executive of Times Mirror Multimedia, has been named to the new position of vice president of consumer marketing at the Los Angeles Times effective Aug. 28, Richard T. Schlosberg III, the newspaper's publisher and chief executive, said Tuesday. Rose will oversee The Times' circulation and promotion departments and will develop marketing programs aimed at increasing the newspaper's subscriber and reader franchises in Southern California.