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Tribune Announces Executive Appointments
Elects Bruce Karsh as Chairman, Peter Liguori as CEO

CHICAGO, Jan. 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Tribune Company today announced that its Board of Directors has elected Bruce Karsh as Chairman of the Board and Peter Liguori as Chief Executive Officer.  The appointments are effective immediately.  The company also announced that former Chief Executive Officer Eddy Hartenstein will continue to serve as Publisher of the Los Angeles Times and CEO of the Los Angeles Times Media Group, and will act as special advisor to the Office of the CEO.

"The Board is very optimistic about Tribune's future," said Karsh.  "The company is well-positioned across its markets and now has a strong balance sheet, significant liquidity and low debt, so there is a lot of opportunity ahead." 

Since 1995, Karsh has served as President and co-founder of Oaktree Capital Management, L.P., formerly Oaktree Capital Management, LLC, a Los Angeles-based investment management firm.  Prior to co-founding Oaktree, Karsh was a Managing Director of the TCW Group and the portfolio manager of its Special Credits Funds for seven years.

"Peter is the ideal choice to be Tribune's next Chief Executive Officer," said Karsh.  "He has the talent and experience to lead the company forward, and has a track record of success.  The Board has every confidence in him."    

Liguori most recently served as Chief Operating Officer of Discovery Communications.  Before joining Discovery in 2009, he served as Chairman of Entertainment for the Fox Broadcasting Company.  Prior to assuming that position in 2005, Liguori was president and CEO of News Corp.'s FX Networks since 1998.

"Tribune is a great company with an incredible collection of media assets, iconic brands in major markets across the country, tremendous journalism, and very talented people," said Liguori.  "Collectively, the company's digital operations, broadcast outlets and newspapers are some of the best in the country.  In many ways, Tribune is like a 165-year old start-up—there is a lot to build upon."     

Liguori and the Board of Directors also thanked Hartenstein for his leadership of the company during its recently completed Chapter 11 process.

"Tribune was fortunate to have Eddy guiding it through bankruptcy—his commitment to keeping operations on track, the businesses focused and employees energized, was exactly what the company needed," said Karsh.  "I am very pleased that Eddy will be staying with Tribune and The Times."

Hartenstein said, "I'm pleased that the Chapter 11 process is complete and we can all turn our full attention to growing our business and making this company as successful as possible." 

TRIBUNE is one of the country's leading multimedia companies, operating businesses in broadcasting, publishing, and interactive. The company's broadcasting group owns or operates 23 television stations, WGN America on national cable, the national multicast network Antenna TV and Chicago's WGN-AM.  In publishing, Tribune's leading daily newspapers include the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, The Baltimore Sun, Sun Sentinel (South Florida), Orlando Sentinel, Hartford Courant, The Morning Call and Daily Press. Popular news and information websites complement Tribune's print and broadcast properties and extend the company's nationwide audience.

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