Joycelyn Winnecke: President of Tribune Content Agency

Joycelyn Winnecke

Joycelyn Winnecke

Tribune Publishing Company announced Wednesday the appointment of Joycelyn Winnecke as President of Tribune Content Agency (TCA), a premier syndication and licensing business that serves 1,200 clients in 50 countries.

The Company also announced that Tribune Content Agency, on Feb. 15, will launch Success, a multiplatform content offering that will deliver personal finance and career advice to publishers.

Aimed at helping readers get the most from their financial and professional situations, Success will leverage content from some of the top financial brands, including Fast Company, Kiplinger, Inc., Lean In and more.

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Winnecke, a journalist and a 12-year veteran of Tribune Publishing, was instrumental in the Company’s acquisition last year of the remaining stake in McClatchy-Tribune Information Service.

Under Winnecke’s leadership, the daily news service was integrated into Tribune Content Agency and rebranded Tribune News Service. Winnecke and her team have since worked to strengthen the TCA portfolio.

“In an era of rapidly proliferating platforms, compelling and credible content has never been more important or more valuable,” Winnecke said. “I am excited to devote full attention to Tribune Content Agency as we create new ways to deliver value to our print and digital customers.”

Tribune Publishing Company (NYSE:TPUB) is a diversified media and marketing solutions company.

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