December 2006
Nieman Reports;Winter2006, Vol. 60 Issue 4, p98
The article provides information on the appointment of George de Lama as managing director for news at the "Chicago Tribune" in 1992. The appointment was made three weeks after the death of his father. He assumed his new editing duties after the abrupt departure of his longtime colleague and friend Jim O'Shea. The confluence of the loss of his father, the departure of his friend, and the uncertainty at the "Chicago Tribune" made the experience bittersweet for him. George shared some of the thoughts he passed on to his staff after assuming his new job.


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