June 26, 2014 Last Updated 8:56 am

Tribune Publishing names Matthew Hutchison Senior Vice President of Corporate Communications

Prior to joining Tribune Publishing, Hutchison served as Vice President of Corporate Communications for CBS Interactive

Press Release:

CHICAGO, Ill. – June 26, 2014 — Tribune Publishing today announced the appointment of Matthew Hutchison as Senior Vice President of Corporate Communications. Hutchison will lead the overall communications strategy for Tribune Publishing Company following its separation from Tribune Company. Hutchison will report to Tribune Publishing Chief Executive Officer Jack Griffin and assume his new duties July 7. He will be based in Chicago.

“Matthew is an exceptional corporate communications and media professional, with a unique blend of corporate, consumer and digital media expertise,” said Griffin. “He is a strong addition to our experienced management team and we are thrilled to have him on board at an exciting time for the company.”

Prior to joining Tribune Publishing, Hutchison served as Vice President of Corporate Communications for CBS Interactive, where he oversaw the communications operations across CBS Interactive’s expansive portfolio of leading entertainment, sports news and gaming brands and digital properties. Prior to joining CBS Interactive, Hutchison served as Director of Global Consumer Communications for Dell Computer, where he directed all global communications and social media campaigns across Dell’s consumer and mobile solutions.

“Tribune Publishing is home to the most iconic brands in journalism, including the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune and The Baltimore Sun,” said Hutchison. “I’m eager to help tell the next great chapter of this storied company, which is committed to delivering award-winning, premium content across all screens.”

Hutchison will team with Dana Meyer, who joined Tribune Publishing in May as Communications Manager. Prior to joining Tribune, Meyer worked for Discovery Communications across internal and external communications.

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