With a name that goes back to the late 1800s the Los Angeles Tribune has had a national reputation for over a hundred years. The historical and sometimes controversial newspaper was the first in the nation to have a Female African American editor-in-chief who covered the entire civil rights movement from an honest perspective in the 1950s. The history of the L.A. Tribune has always been one that is outside of the box in its nature, for this reason it’s no surprise that today the leadership behind the name has reinvented the traditional newspaper brand to be more than just a place for news but also a company that produces multi-media events in the leadership arena.
Celebrities, leaders,best-selling authors and more have partnered/appeared or been featured on the platform’s stages and shows to be a part of this movement that is changing the role that the traditional news media outlets have for the community. From Shark Tank judges to New York Times Bestselling authors, scientists and many more have worked with the LA Tribune to spread a message of leadership,hope and wisdom. With a partnership alongside ROKU TV the circulation for the Los Angeles Tribune is over fifty million by way of a reach with it’s digital content and tv channel. An event produced by the Los Angeles Tribune was translated in six languages and watched by millions around the world, thus showing that in today’s global news arena local news is no longer what it once was but it is in point of fact a global outreach.
In addition, the news media company recently announced it’s publishing division (L.A. Tribune Publishing House) is publishing a Thought Leaders Anthology that is being edited by Dr.Natalie Forest. The Anthology will consist of many of the community leaders of the city of Los Angeles that are making an impact for the world and beyond. Additionally, select speakers that have attended events curated by the Los Angeles Tribune will be invited to participate
Although the times have changed and are continuing to grow rapidly in a world becoming fully digital, the values that have made the Los Angeles Tribune a staple in media have remained intact. Making an impact not only for Los Angeles but for the Globe.
About ROKU TV:
Roku is a brand of hardware digital media players manufactured by American company Roku, Inc. They offer access to streaming media content from various online services. The first Roku model, developed in collaboration with Netflix, was introduced in May 2008.
About Los Angeles Tribune:
The Los Angeles Tribune is a national news and media brand that reports breaking news, politics, community events and more. A name that has been a staple of Journalism since 1886 the L.A. Tribune influences and impacts not only the local community but the entire nation.