Chicago Tribune readers accustomed to stand-alone news sections could see drastic changes when the paper introduces its redesign in a few weeks.
Prototypes of new pages and sections were posted Thursday in Tribune Tower for review by employees. Sources said the space devoted to news will be significantly reduced, with the paper¹s front section including national and international news, the local and business reports and the editorial page. Currently, the Tribune publishes freestanding sections for metro and business news.
The redesigned paper would have a three-section format, Tribune employees said. They said the other sections would be for features, with a working title of Live, and Sports.
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