Timothy Ryan

Timothy E. Ryan

Publisher at Los Angeles Times

202 W. 1st Street, Los Angeles, California, United States
HQ Phone:
(213) 237-5000

General Information


President of Publishing  - Tronc, Inc.

Vice President of Circulation and Operations  - Syracuse University

Executive Vice President  - Record Journal

Publisher and Chief Executive Officer, Baltimore Sun  - Chicago Tribune

Vice President, Circulation  - Daily News


B.A. degree  - J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University

Master of Management degree  - J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University

bachelor's degree  - marketing , Quinnipiac College

bachelor's degree  - political science , University of Notre Dame

master's degree  - business administration , J. L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management

master's degree  - business administration , Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management


Board Member  - The Greater Pinebelt Community Foundation

Board Member  - Liberty Bank

Liberty Bank Board of Directors  - Joint Stock Company Liberty Bank

Board Member  - Greater Baltimore Committee

Board of Trustees Member  - Maryland Science Center

Vice President of Circulation  - Peninsula Newspapers Inc.

Board Member  - Ocean Community YMCA

Board Member  - Maryland-Delaware-D.C. Press Association

Liberty Bank Board of Directors  - Liberty Bank

Publisher and Chief Executive Officer  - The Morning Call

Vice President of Circulation  - Philadelphia Inquirer

Chair, Various Committees  - New England Newspaper Association

Board Member  - YMCA Association

Recent News  

Meanwhile, two displaced publishers, the L.A. Times' Tim Ryan and Chicago Tribune's Tony Hunter, are taking on corporate roles, as president of Publishing and President of National Revenue and Strategic Initiative, respectively.
The other new publisher/editors will report to Tim Ryan. The financials do tell us a lot though and lay out just how tough a proposition Ferro, Dearborn, Hunter, Ryan and their group of editor-publishers face immediately.

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Los Angeles Times publisher Tim Ryan to get $625,000 salary, $262,000 housing allowance
September 11, 2015 Romenesko 9:00 am Leave a Comment Tim Ryan, who was named publisher of the Los Angeles Times and San Diego Union-Tribune on Tuesday, will receive an annual base salary of $625,000, according to Tribune Publishing's 8-K SEC filing. It adds: He will also be entitled to receive an annual cash bonus with a target of 100% of base salary. The Company will pay Mr. Ryan $75,000 for relocation expenses, all or half of which will be subject to repayment if Mr. Ryan's employment is terminated for cause or he resigns without good reason prior to the one- or two-year anniversary of the employment agreement, respectively. Mr. Ryan will receive a housing allowance of $175,000 by September 30, 2015, and $87,000 on September 30, 2016. In addition, the Company will provide Mr. Ryan with temporary housing and a rental car for up to four months. Mr. Ryan's employment agreement also provides that for 2016, 2017 and 2018, subject to his continued employment, he will receive annual equity grants having an aggregate fair market value of $550,000 on the grant date, of which half of the value of the award will be stock options and half restricted stock units. Footnoted's Michelle Leder, who tipped me off to the 8-K filing, tells Romenesko readers that Ryan's base salary is $50,000 lower than former Times publisher Austin Beutner's - he was fired on Tuesday - but the $337,000 in housing/moving perks for Ryan "seem a bit generous for a company that's supposedly concerned about expenses." Ryan joins the Los Angeles Times from Tribune's Baltimore Sun, where he's been publisher since 2007. Update - An emailer writes: "Did you notice that Tim Ryan gets an unusual two years of severance if the LA Times changes hands and he gets fired?"

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Daniels, 58, becomes the 18th publisher for Maryland's 179-year-old news organization after filling in since Tribune Publishing transferred Tim Ryan to California to lead the Los Angeles Times and The San Diego Union-Tribune.

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