Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Chicago Tribune Offer to Subscribers: Pay More to Receive What You Used to Get?

Tribune Building Chicago.Image via WikipediaThe Chicago Tribune, still in the throes of Chapter 11 bankruptcy, next week is rolling out an "enhanced" edition for home subscribers at a higher cost, though neither the price nor the "enhancements" debuting June 15 have yet to be disclosed.

According to Crain's Chicago Business, the parent Tribune Co. is responding to readers' feedback by introducing the design and content changes. Additional columns, features and news coverage are promised, but specifics are fuzzy. Newstand price for the Chicago Tribune will remain the same.

The Tribune Co. owns the Los Angeles Times and nearly two dozen local tv outlets, in addition to the flagship Chicago Tribune.  An iPad application is due later this month, according to Crain's.

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