Tribune Interactive, a leader in interactive news and information and a subsidiary of Tribune Company (NYSE:TRB), today announced a content agreement with Yahoo! Inc. (Nasdaq: YHOO) to provide national and local headlines and news stories to Yahoo!® News. The companies began sharing local news content in 2001. This renewed agreement, which began in late December 2003, enhances that partnership by adding national headlines and news stories from the award-winning Chicago Tribune and Los Angeles Times , as well as local headlines and news stories from nine of Tribune’s newspaper websites.
“We are pleased to renew our successful content sharing agreement with Yahoo! News,” said David Hiller, Tribune Interactive president and Tribune Publishing senior vice president. “When consumers turn to the Web for news they look for credible sources and trusted brands. This agreement enables Tribune’s newspapers to extend its valued news content to millions of Yahoo! users.”
Chicagotribune.com and latimes.com are providing national headlines and top news stories daily. Tribune Interactive websites supplying local news and headlines include latimes.com, chicagotribune.com, newsday.com, sunspot.net ( The Baltimore Sun ), sun-sentinel.com (South Florida Sun-Sentinel), orlandosentinel.com, ctnow.com (The Hartford Courant), mcall.com (Allentown, Pa.’s The Morning Call) and dailypress.com (Hampton Roads, Va.’s Daily Press). All stories displayed on Yahoo! News include a link to the Tribune Interactive websites.