Tribune Media Co. has received approval from the New York Stock Exchange to list its Class A common stock under the symbol “TRCO.” The company, which includes both broadcast TV and cable assets, expects to begin trading on the NYSE on Dec. 5.
Tribune Media is the result of Tribune Media Co.’s spin-off of its publishing assets – including 10 major daily newspapers, more than 60 digital properties and 180 verticals in markets like Los Angeles; Chicago; South Florida; Hartford, Conn.; Allentown Pa.; Baltimore; and Newport News, Va. – into a separate publicly traded entity called Tribune Publishing in August. Tribune Publishing began trading on the NYSE under the symbol “TPUB” on August 5.
Tribune Media includes 42 television stations, cable channel WGN America, Tribune Studios and digital assets such as Zap2it and TV By the Numbers, and multicast networks Antenna TV and This TV.
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