OLD Media Moves

Tribune wire adds business news content

December 3, 2014

Posted by Chris Roush

Tribune News ServiceTribune News Service has added two new financial news content contributors.

Subscribers can now access content from AdviceIQ twice a week. AdviceIQ provides original finance content that helps consumers understand and navigate the often-complicated worlds of financial advisers and personal investments.

In addition, Tribune has added content from GOBankingRates.com to the News Service. This leading portal for personal finance news and features offers audiences the latest banking information, from interest rates and money-saving strategies to managing a budget and climbing out of debt. GOBankingRates.com content appears twice weekly.

The addition of these two new contributors to our News Service extends the range of our business content offerings,” said John Barron, editor and general manager of Tribune Content Agency, in a statement. “Readers will undoubtedly benefit from these new features, whether for personal or professional interests.”

The new contributors are also expected to delve into workplace and career advice, and real estate-related news. Both will supplement offerings from the Tribune News Service business section, including regular finance columns from Pamela Yip of the Dallas Morning News, the Detroit Free Press’ Susan Tompor, and Janet Kidd Stewart and Carolyn Bigda, who write for the Chicago Tribune.

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