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Chicago Tribune Makes Changes to Exit Chapter 11

In an attempt to come out of Chapter 11bankruptcy protection, the Chicago Tribune is making some serious changes to its regular print editions. These changes, however, will actually benefit readers in a variety of ways.

The Tribune plans to extend paper coverage in five categories, which will increase the paper from 40 to 44 pages. This is a surprising move to many in the newspaper industry, who have witnessed a decline in pages of print editions. Other papers have decided to place their focus on online editions, rather than beef up their print editions.

According to a recent press release, the Chicago will increase coverage in national and world news; business; local news and investigative reporting; arts and entertainment; and commentary and editorials. Commenting on the expansion, senior vice president Gerould Kern stated that "We've added depth, dimension and range to the Chicago Tribune to meet expectations of our most loyal readers."

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