Laurie Ochoa

Co-editor and Co-founder, Slake magazine

Guest

Co-editor and co-founder of Slake; former editor of the LA Weekly

Laurie Ochoa on KCRW

The group Semanal is buying the LA Weekly. There’s not much known about Semanal -- what it is, who’s behind it, and what it plans to do with the Weekly.

Who bought the LA Weekly?

The group Semanal is buying the LA Weekly. There’s not much known about Semanal -- what it is, who’s behind it, and what it plans to do with the Weekly.

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The  Tribune Company  says it's ready to consider offers for
the  Los Angeles Times .    The so-called "alternative"  LA Weekly  has already been bought out by  New Times Media , a…

Some Big Changes in LA's Journalistic Landscape

The Tribune Company says it's ready to consider offers for the Los Angeles Times .   The so-called "alternative" LA Weekly has already been bought out by New Times Media , a…

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