About Chicago Tribune
The Chicago Tribune is a daily newspaper based out of Chicago, Illinois. The newspaper was founded in the late 1840s by James Kelly, John E. Wheeler, and Joseph K.C. Forrest. The Publisher and Editor-in-Chief are Bruce Dold. The Associate Editor is Colin McMahon. The Managing Editor is Peter Kendall. The Sports Editor is Joe Knowles. The owner of the newspaper is Tribune Publishing. The headquarters for Chicago Tribune is located in Chicago, Illinois. There are over 400,000 daily subscribers and 1 million weekend subscribers.
The newspaper includes stories and news about various topics. They feature local, nationwide, and worldwide news stories. They publish stories about politics, sports, breaking news, business, opinion, food, lifestyle, and entertainment. The website has the same stories and topics as well. On the website, there is a Best Reviews section which includes reviews from consumers about restaurants and other businesses in the Chicago area. The section also includes reviews on products and services. There is also a Classifieds and Obituaries section in the print copy and on the website, too. The newspaper is published in broadsheet formatting. It is the eighth largest newspaper in the United States.
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