Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Tribune to Push Help-Wanted Ads onto the Net

The Chicago Tribune on Monday announced it will make a daring move – beginning Jan. 22 it will overhaul its print help-wanted ads, becoming one of the first large daily metros to try and push those classifieds to online, all while keeping its more lucrative Sunday job listings section intact on the print side.

Currently, the help-wanted ads are in the classified section of the paper, but beginning next week the paper will only list the position, company, location and Web identification in the print version, an attempt to drive readers online to find more information about listings at, which is owned by the Tribune Company. [Click for MORE] Sphere: Related Content

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