The Los Angeles Times is about to adopt a new strategy—again.
The paper has long cycled between different approaches, many of them represented in just the past year. Publisher Austin Beutner was abruptly fired in September despite receiving high marks for a renewed focus on state and local coverage; his California-centric vision clashed with Times owner Tribune Publishing’s national model. The newspaper has since seen two different publishers. And Tribune, with a new top shareholder calling the shots, announced on Wednesday new plans to reorient the paper into a more global-facing media company.Read More