BBB Accredited Business Profile

Chicago Tribune

Chicago Tribune

(312) 222-3834

Chicago Tribune

171 years in business
435 N Michigan Ave
Chicago, IL 60611-4066
Fax Numbers
  • (312) 222-3935
  • (312) 222-2353
Additional Phone Numbers
  • (312) 222-3232
  • (312) 222-3126
  • (312) 222-6502
  • (312) 222-6691
  • (312) 222-5310
  • (800) 998-2339
  • (312) 222-4444
  • (312) 222-3333
  • (312) 222-9100
Additional Email Addresses
BBB File Opened: 01/01/1926
Business Started: 01/01/1847
Business Started Locally: 01/01/1847
Business Management
  • Vernon Mina, Customer Service Manager
  • Jeanne Singleton, Customer Service Manager
Contact Information
  • Mr. Matt Bute
Business Category
  • Newspaper
  • Direct Mail Advertising
  • TV Stations

Service Area
We service the following area(s): City of Chicago, City of Chicago - Downtown
Alternate Business Names
  • Trib Local Values
  • Tribune Media Services
  • Tribune Broadcasting Co
BBB accredited business



On 06/04/2010, the business filed for reorganization under Chapter 11 of the federal Bankruptcy Act, case# 08-13141. This permits the business to continue to operate with court supervision while developing a plan of reorganization. Those with monetary claims against the business are advised to obtain a Proof of Claim form by writing to Delaware District Court CM/ECF 824 Market St 5th FL Wilmington IL 19801 for resubmission to that court. T Read More

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Chicago Tribune

Chicago Tribune


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