What Chicago Tribune Buyouts Mean For The Future Of Local Journalism

Denver Post Employees Rally
John Leyba, former head photographer for The Denver Post, joins his former co-workers during a rally against the paper's ownership group, Alden Global Capital, Tuesday, May 8, 2018, outside the paper's office and printing plant in north Denver. Members from all guild units were on hand in Denver for the rally at which they urged Alden Capital to invest in the newspapers that it controls or sell the properties. David Zalubowski / AP Photo
Denver Post Employees Rally
John Leyba, former head photographer for The Denver Post, joins his former co-workers during a rally against the paper's ownership group, Alden Global Capital, Tuesday, May 8, 2018, outside the paper's office and printing plant in north Denver. Members from all guild units were on hand in Denver for the rally at which they urged Alden Capital to invest in the newspapers that it controls or sell the properties. David Zalubowski / AP Photo

What Chicago Tribune Buyouts Mean For The Future Of Local Journalism

Alden Global Capital, a New York-based hedge fund that owns a major stake of Tribune Publishing, is trying to purchase more newspapers across the country. Reset checks in with a news industry analyst who says this may signal the end of local journalism as we know it.

GUEST: Ken Doctor, news industry analyst; founder of Newsonomics