The last time the Chicago Tribune web site underwent a major makeover was in 2008, the same year the Tribune Company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
The Tribune Company still hasn’t emerged from bankruptcy protection after three years, but that doesn’t seem to have stopped it from planning changes to its flagship publication.
It appears the Tribune Company might be investing in a redesign of its Chicago Tribune web site by going more local in towns, villages, and cities within Illinois.
On November 28, Tribune Company registered over 300 Tribune domains.
You can see the full list of domains here, as it’s too big to publish in this post.
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