Saturday, February 24, 2024

How the Los Angeles Tribune Continues to lead Newspaper Brands after 136 Years

Since 1886 when the world first was introduced to the Los Angeles Tribune, thousands of national and local newspaper brands have come and gone. A handful still remains a staple of Journalism today such as the New York Times (1851), Washington Post (1877), or Miami Herald (1903). Each of these brands has lasted the test of time, but the Los Angeles Tribune is one of the few that has still remained independent and not fallen into the common trend of a corporate hierarchy. The corporate bureaucracies that have impacted the vast majority of newspaper brands today have created an environment in which the average consumer no longer has faith in what they are either reading, listening to, or watching. 

According to a Gallup poll published on October 7, 2021 only 36% in U.S. have a “great deal” or “fair amount” of trust in mass media meaning the vast majority of Americans have largely become disenfranchised with the news. The Los Angeles Tribune has taken initiative to bring back confidence to the audience by letting the audience play an active role in the content creation. With a series of community outreach programs, the LA Tribune is offering Shows on its ROKU TV channel that reaches over fifty million people internationally to the people of Los Angeles that have a voice, message, or idea they want to share. 

In addition to servicing the community by giving a voice to the voiceless, the LA Tribune is standing out from other media brands by being the only national brand to foster events and curate programs, workshops and shows that are centered around personal development and leadership. This angel is uniquely the Tribune’s as this movement has traditionally been underserved by most of the mainstream media outlets. They have worked with some of the biggest and most respected names in the world of Personal Development such as Brian Tracy, Bob Proctor, Les Brown, and Lisa Nichols to name a few. And while they continue to provide the people of Los Angeles with the best quality non-partisan Local News, Sports, Politics, and Entertainment they always focus on ways to uplift the minds of the readers/watchers to help contribute to making this world a better place by creating more leaders. 

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.

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