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L.A. Times publisher Ross Levinsohn cleared of wrongdoing; will become CEO of new Tronc unit

Los Angeles Times publisher and Chief Executive Ross Levinsohn has been cleared of wrongdoing following an investigation into his conduct, and he will move into a new role within the paper’s parent company, Tronc. Levinsohn has been on unpaid leave since Jan. 19 following a report by National Public...

Los Angeles Times Sold To Biotech Billionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong; Ross Levinsohn Reinstated As Tronc Digital Chief

Tronc has confirmed reports it has sold the Los Angeles Times and San Diego Union-Tribune to biotech billionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong for $500 million plus the assumption of $90 million in pension liabilities. Because of the valuation...Show More Summary

Newsonomics: NPR’s Ross Levinsohn scoop delivers a double blow to Tronc

On the same afternoon that NPR’s David Folkenflik was to release his scoop on Los Angeles Times publisher Ross Levinsohn’s alleged history of workplace harassment, Levinsohn himself delivered a manifesto of sorts on Tronc’s strategy. Speaking to the Needham Growth Conference at about noon ET, Levinsohn and Tronc CFO Terry Jimenez laid out Tronc’s long-awaited...

LA Times CEO in Hot Water After NPR Exposé

The parent company of the Los Angeles Times is investigating allegations of inappropriate behavior by Ross Levinsohn, the newspaper's CEO and publisher. The company, Tronc, began the investigation Thursday after a National Public Radio story detailed two sexual harassment lawsuits that named Levinsohn while he worked at Alta Vista and...

'LA Times' publisher Ross Levinsohn on leave after misconduct claims

Levinsohn is under investigation after a report uncovered two sexual harassment lawsuits in which he was a defendant and complaints of inappropriate conduct by women.        

L.A. Times publisher to take unpaid leave of absence amid misconduct allegations

Los Angeles Times Publisher and Chief Executive Ross Levinsohn was placed on an unpaid leave of absence Friday as the paper’s parent company, Tronc, investigates allegations of inappropriate conduct while he was an executive at other companies. Times President Mickie Rosen will lead the newspaper...

L.A. Times Publisher Placed On Unpaid Leave

Los Angeles Times publisher Ross Levinsohn has been placed on an unpaid leave of absence pending the outcome parent company tronc’s investigation into allegations of sexual harassment, the company confirmed. Times President Mickie Rosen...Show More Summary

Top LA Times editors, newsroom guild call for 'frat boy' publisher to go

NPR reveals an alleged backstory on Ross Levinsohn that has the newsroom in a major uproar. It's especially painful for gay reporters.

'LA Times' owner investigates publisher Ross Levinsohn after misconduct claims

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Levinsohn is under investigation after a report uncovered two sexual harassment lawsuits in which he was a defendant and complaints of inappropriate conduct by women.        

LA Times publisher accused of sexual misconduct, 'frat house' behavior

A new NPR report details multiple allegations of sexual misconduct and “frat house” behavior by Los Angeles Times CEO and publisher Ross Levinsohn, just a day ahead of a major announcement regarding Times staffers’ efforts to unionize the newsroom. This article originally appeared on HuffPost. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments

L.A. Times Publisher Being Investigated by Paper’s Parent Company

Los Angeles Times parent company Tronc said it is investigating Times CEO and publisher Ross Levinsohn after allegations surfaced of past sexual harassment and inappropriate workplace behavior, NPR reports. The report says a review by NPR found that Levinsohn “has...

LA Times publisher accused of repeated office sexual harassment

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Ross Levinsohn, who was named CEO and publisher of The Times in August, was sued in two sexual harassment lawsuits at other corporations.

LA Times publisher Ross Levinsohn accused of past sexual harassment and inappropriate behavior, including at Fox Sports

In August 2017, Los Angeles Times parent company Tronc fired editor and publisher Davan Maharaj, as well as three other senior editors, and installed Ross Levinsohn as publisher and CEO as well as Jim Kirk as interim executive editor. Show More Summary

Los Angeles Times publisher under investigation by parent company over alleged misconduct

Los Angeles Times’ parent company, Tronc, said Thursday that it had opened an investigation into past conduct of Times publisher Ross Levinsohn following a detailed report by National Public Radio. NPR’s media writer David Folkenflik reported that Levinsohn has been a defendant in two sexual harassment...

Los Angeles Times Parent Tronc Launches Investigation Of Publisher Ross Levinsohn Amid Sexual Harassment Claims

The Los Angeles Times parent company tronc said it is launching an investigation following allegations of past sexual harassment and inappropriate conduct in work settings involving LAT publisher Ross Levinsohn. National Public Radio...Show More Summary

Los Angeles Times Publisher Was Reportedly Sued for Sexual Harassment Twice

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A report alleges Ross Levinsohn admitted to rating co-workers’ hotness and making crude comments during his career.

Lewis D'Vorkin is named Los Angeles Times editor in chief

The Los Angeles Times has named Forbes Media executive Lewis D’Vorkin as its new editor in chief, Ross Levinsohn, the paper’s publisher, said Monday. At Forbes, D’Vorkin, 65, held roles including executive editor, editor and chief product officer. He previously worked at the Wall Street Journal,...

New Los Angeles Times CEO Ross Levinsohn Will be Making $1 Million a Year–At least

The Los Angeles Times' new publisher and CEO, Ross Levinsohn, who replaced ousted editor and publisher Davan Maharaj on Monday, will be making a very sizable $1 million in his new role, and that's just his minimum pay. That information comes via an SEC filing on Monday reporting on the publication's latest major personnel change....

Ross Levinsohn - Publisher and CEO

Ross Levinsohn was named publisher and CEO of the Los Angeles Times in August 2017. Levinsohn, a digital media pioneer who has long been at the intersection of technology and media, is best known for his leadership roles at Yahoo and Fox, where he helped build and operate both complex large-scale...

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