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Tronc's agreement to voluntarily recognize the union at The Virginian-Pilot and the Daily Press came just 10 days after the Tidewater Media Guild formally asked the company to do so. Lucy Nicholson/Reuters hide caption

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An Denver Post employee holds up a sign during a rally against the paper's ownership group, Alden Global Capital, on May 8 outside the paper's office. A series of layoffs have slashed the paper's newsroom staff. David Zalubowski/AP hide caption

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A Flourishing Region, A Withered Paper: Denver Post's Run Of Bad News

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Tronc cited financial pressures in gutting the New York Daily News, a major force in local coverage. It has won Pulitzer Prizes and been a thorn in President Trump's side. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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Tronc Slashes 'New York Daily News' Staff By Half

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Community members Carol Geithner, left, and Yasemine Jamison take part in a candlelight vigil near the Capital Gazette, the day after a gunman killed five people inside the newspaper's building in Annapolis. Leah Millis/Reuters hide caption

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Capital Gazette Shooting Victims: The 5 Killed In Attack On Maryland Newsroom

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According to labor organizers, Tronc has agreed to recognize three separate bargaining units within the same union at its Chicago-area publications, including the Chicago Tribune. Bloomberg/Getty Images hide caption

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Under Pressure, Tronc Recognizes 'Chicago Tribune' Union

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Journalists at the Chicago Tribune say they want to unionize to secure better pay and resources to fulfill their mission. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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In May 2013, 142 newsroom employees of The Denver Post posed for a photo after the newspaper won a Pulitzer Prize for its coverage of the Aurora theater shooting in 2012. This illustration shows the original staff members who remain in April 2018. RJ Sangosti/Katie Wood/The Denver Post hide caption

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Arthur Gregg (A.G.) Sulzberger will become publisher of The New York Times on Jan. 1. He'll be the sixth in the Ochs-Sulzberger family to serve in the role. Damon Winter/The New York Times hide caption

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Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen speaks to garment workers during a visit to a factory outside Phnom Penh on Aug. 30. His government has slapped the English-language Cambodia Daily with a $6.3 million tax bill and ordered it to pay by Sept. 4. If it doesn't, Hun Sen said, it should "pack up and go." Heng Sinith/AP hide caption

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Journalists at The Washington Post work in a newsroom surrounded by screens showing its website and updated reader metrics. Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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At 'Washington Post,' Tech Is Increasingly Boosting Financial Performance

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The state Capitol in Denver in December. The Grand Junction Sentinel has threatened to sue state Sen. Ray Scott after the lawmaker accused the paper of spreading "fake news." Chris Schneider/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A shot of the crime haiku, smack in the middle of the popular "Cops and Robbers" section of The Enterprise-Tocsin. Courtesy of Charlie Smith hide caption

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Frenchman Jean Yves Boyer buys a copy of the French weekly Le Canard Enchainé, which marks its 100th anniversary this year. It sells 400,000 copies a week and is profitable, though it has no advertising and just a bare-bones webpage. Courtesy of Rebecca Rosman hide caption

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The Washington Post set records for traffic and digital advertising revenue in 2016. The Post moved to this new building on Washington's K Street in December 2015. Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Las Vegas Review-Journal, the largest news organization in Nevada, underwent a secretive ownership change last year. Ethan Miller/Getty Images hide caption

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Las Vegas Columnist Quits After Ban On Writing About Adelson

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The family of billionaire casino mogul Sheldon Adelson bought the Las Vegas Review-Journal late last year. John Locher/AP hide caption

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The Vegas Columnist And The Newspaper Owner Who Once Sued Him For Libel

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