Media Moves

Connecticut Law Tribune goes online only

July 5, 2016

Posted by Chris Roush

Screen Shot 2016-07-05 at 10.56.39 AMThe Connecticut Law Tribune, an ALM publication, has become an online-only publication.

The move is similar to one made earlier this year by sister publication Texas Lawyer, which went from a weekly to a monthly and placed more breaking news content on its website.

“This move is all about making Connecticut Law Tribune a more aggressive and timely news operation and giving its readers what they want, when they want it,” said Hank Grezlak, ALM regional editor-in-chief, in a statement. “We’re also planning to have more in-depth stories, more coverage of trials and hearings, and more interaction with the community.”

Connecticut Law Tribune’s web traffic is up 42 percent so far this year.

ALM produces everything from monthly magazines — its flagship is the American Lawyer — to dailies in New York, Miami and Atlanta, and weeklies in other markets.

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