A new daily newspaper has hit the streets – and the computer screens – of Los Angeles.
Freedom Communications Inc. said Monday that it has set April 16 as the launch date for its latest newspaper venture, the Los Angeles Register.
The Orange County Register is expanding its reach to start a newspaper in the nearby city of Long Beach.
The owner of the Los Angeles Times will spin off the newspaper and its other publishing assets into a separate unit, according to reports Wednesday.
Hundreds of protesters were expected to join a rally Tuesday to protest the proposed sale of the Los Angeles Times to businessmen David and Charles Koch.
Starting on Labor Day, the price of a daily edition will increase from 75 cents to $1, while the Sunday issue will go up from $1.50 to $2.00. The price of the weekend edition will remain at $1.50.
A sales manager for the Korean Times has pleaded not guilty to embezzling more than $140,000 from the Orange County-based newspaper.
News International announced Thursday it is shutting down the News of the World, the best-selling tabloid at the center of Britain’s phone hacking scandal.
In his first formal interview since leaving office, former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger says his faltering popularity rankings were “just a snapshot” and that “they would have rocketed to the top” had he had not been forced out of office by term limits.