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Tribune appoints execs to lead digital media

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Tribune Publishing Co. on Friday appointed three people to lead the group's expansion in electronic and digital media. Timothy Landon was named VP-strategy and development from VP-director of strategy, research and development at the Chicago Tribune. David Underhill was named VP-video and audio publishing, from a director on the regional programming staff. He also takes on the title of general manager of Tribune Regional Programming, replacing Robert Gremillion, who was named publisher and CEO of the Sun-Sentinel.

Robert Bellack was named director of development for interactive channels at the Tribune, from director of business development for the Chicago Tribune. Mr. Bellack will report to Mr. Landon. Tribune Publishing publishes four newspapers, including the Chicago Tribune, the south Florida-based Sun-Sentinel, The Orlando Sentinel and the Hampton Roads, Va.-based Daily Press. Each of the papers also offers its own interactive content and services.

Copyright May 1997, Crain Communications Inc.

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