The Chicago Tribune is a daily newspaper based out of Chicago, IL. It was founded in June 1847. The founders were James Kelly, John E. Wheeler, and Joseph K.C. Forrest. The current Publisher and Editor is Bruce Dold. The Associate editor is Colin McMahon. The Managing Editor is Peter Kendall. The Sports Editor is Joe Knowles. The Chicago Tribune is currently located on Stetson Avenue in Chicago. There are over 400,000 daily subscribers and over 1 million weekend subscribers. The owner of the newspaper is Tribune Publishing. The newspaper is currently in broadsheet formatting. By circulation, the Chicago Tribune is the eighth-largest newspaper in the United States.
The Chicago Tribune features news stories for the city of Chicago, the state of Illinois, and national and worldwide news stories as well. They feature stories about politics, sports, breaking news, business, opinion, food and dining, lifestyle, and entertainment. There is also a section on their website that is a Best Reviews section, which features reviews about various products and services. There are also Classifieds and Death Notices sections on in the newspaper and on the websites.
Digital and print subscriptions are available. 7-day home delivery with unlimited digital access is available and the price varies due to your address. Unlimited digital access is available for $7.96 per 4-weeks. Sunday delivery, along with unlimited digital access is available for $19.92 per 8-weeks. There is also a free visitor’s online subscription, but there is a cap on how many articles can be viewed online per month.
If you would like to cancel your Chicago Tribune subscription plan, feel free to follow the steps below to do so.
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- Pick up your phone and call 1-800-874-2863
- Tell the representative that you’d like to cancel
- If applicable, ask for a refund
- If you’re unsure, ask if you’re going to be charged again
- Ask the representative for a receipt, email, or confirmation number
- It’s important to keep the info about your cancellation, just in case!