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http://songstubuspan1980.wordpress.com Chicago Tribune owner Tronc in 'early stage' discussions about sale to McClatchy newspaper chain Chicago-based media company Tronc publishes the Chicago Tribune, the New York Daily News, The Baltimore Sun and other newspapers. Chicago-based media company Tronc publishes the Chicago Tribune, the New York Daily News, The Baltimore Sun and other newspapers. (Handout) Robert Channick Contact Reporter Chicago Tribune A second firm is in talks to potentially acquire Chicago-based newspaper chain Tronc . California-based newspaper chain McClatchy is in “early stage” discussions to buy Tronc, owner of the Chicago Tribune and other major newspapers, a source familiar with the negotiations said Friday. McClatchy spokeswoman Jeanne Segal declined to confirm or deny the chain’s interest in Tronc. “We don’t comment on rumors or speculation,” she said Friday. Tronc spokeswoman Marisa Kollias declined to comment. McClatchy owns more than 30 newspapers in 14 states including The Miami Herald, The Kansas City Star, The Sacramento (Calif.) Bee, The Charlotte (N.C.) Observer, The News & Observer of Raleigh, N.C., and the Fort Worth (Texas) Star-Telegram. The publicly traded company generated about $904 million in revenue last year, according to filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission .

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