Nearly a dozen newsroom employees have been laid off, including two long-time fixtures of Alaska journalism.
Alaska’s largest newspaper has a new owner. A federal bankruptcy judge approved the sale on Monday of the Alaska Dispatch News to the Fairbanks-based Binkley…
The U.S. Trustee overseeing the bankruptcy of the Alaska Dispatch News is worried that more than $21 million in unpaid debt will unpaid without intervention from the courts.
The judge found there was plenty wrong with the Times’ editorial, but not quite enough to prove libel.
What a pleasant surprise it was last week to get a call from my old friend James “Little Jimmy” Lottsfeldt. I’ve always had a special…
The Binkley group will get control of the paper as they prepare for a potential bankruptcy sale in three weeks.
The deal is being structured so the Binkleys can take on the paper without $2.5 million in debt owed by the ADN, and that’s not going over well with the creditors.
The financial picture of the state’s largest newspaper is getting more and more grim.
The owners are the children of Fairbanks businessman and rumored Republican gubernatorial candidate John Binkley.
Today’s surprise revelation that GCI is suing to evict Alaska’s biggest newspaper from its old building was so dramatic, a few extra things shook loose….