Tribune Content Agency. Revenue and Competitors
Estimated Revenue & Valuation
- Tribune Content Agency.'s estimated annual revenue is currently $7.4M per year.
- Tribune Content Agency.'s estimated revenue per employee is $164,000
- Tribune Content Agency. has 45 Employees.
Tribune Content Agency. Competitors & Alternatives
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What Is Tribune Content Agency.?
Tribune Content Agency partners with all types of publishers by providing content for virtually any kind of audience. Combining a vast collection of the world's best sources and a rich tradition of journalistic excellence, Tribune Content Agency provides a single destination for a range of quality content servicesâ€”including news, photos and graphics; syndication, distribution and licensing. NEWS SERVICE The News Service (formerly MCT News Service) provides access to the work of more than 60 leading news companies, including Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, Miami Herald, Dallas Morning News and Philadelphia Inquirer. TCA SmartContent (formerly MCT SmartContent) collects information from more than 600 trusted news sources and filters it, according to individual clients' needs. PREMIUM CONTENT SERVICES Tribune Content Agency represents and syndicates leading columnists such as Arianna Huffington, Mitch Albom, Clarence Page, Cal Thomas, Mario Batali, Rick Steves and Henry Kissinger. Tribune Content Agency's games include Jumble, and among its puzzles are eight different crosswords. Tribune Content Agency handles the distribution of premium content from sources such as Rolling Stone, the Atlantic, Fast Company, Kiplinger, Mayo Clinic, Harvard Health, Psychology Today, Variety and many more. Also, Tribune Content Agency licenses the rights to some of the most iconic and enduring characters ever created, including Little Orphan Annie, Dick Tracy and Terry and the Pirates. Tribune Content Agency handles licensing for all Tribune Publishing content. Tribune Content Agency traces its beginnings to 1918, when it was formed as the Chicago Tribune Newspapers Syndicate. It has gone by other names over the years, including the Chicago Tribune-New York News Syndicate and Tribune Media Services. It became Tribune Content Agency in 2013. In 2014 it absorbed the former McClatchy-Tribune Information Services (â€œMCTâ€) news service.keywords:N/A
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