Lauren Gustus will become the Salt Lake City Tribune’s third female editor in the paper’s 150-year history.
Journalists at the Sacramento Bee are pushing back against a proposal that they say would tie employee performance reviews to web traffic.
The layoffs will impact Sacramento Bee production staff who print the newspaper for local and regional distribution.
The Sacramento Bee will leave its 2100 Q Street headquarters next summer, a move that is intended to help offset a decline in ad revenue.
Chatham Asset Management emerges as the highest bidder for the assets of the Sacramento Bee’s parent company.
The Sacramento Bee says it is taking applications for a new reporting position that will focus on issues affecting the Black community.
McClatchy, the parent company of the Sacramento Bee and more than two dozen other major metropolitan newspapers, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
The Sacramento Bee has been awarded a grant that the newspaper says it will use to hire a reporter to cover Latino issues.
McClatchy says it intends to launch as many as 10 nonprofit, community-funded journalism labs in several of its newsrooms.
The Sacramento Bee is rolling out a new nonprofit model that will pay the salaries of at least three reporters whose beats will include developing special news projects for the newspaper.