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Register to Move to Anaheim

The Orange County Register’s headquarters will move to Anaheim next March.

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Creditors Go After Freedom Insiders

Freedom Communications, the former owner of The Orange County Register, has agreed to allow a committee representing its unsecured creditors to investigate possible legal claims against company insiders, according to court documents filed Wednesday in the Santa Ana division of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court.

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Spanish-Language Papers Editor Exits

Sandra Baltazar Martínez, managing editor of Spanish-language weeklies La Prensa in Riverside and Excélsior in Orange County, left her post to be a writer and editor for University of California-Riverside’s internal communications department, according to news reports

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Top Local Editor to Leave Register

Orange County Register Managing Editor Donna Wares will leave the paper Friday to serve as editorial director for a yet-to-launch online travel enterprise, according to the daily newspaper.

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Top Digital First Editor to Oversee Register Newsroom

Digital First Media’s Executive Editor Frank Pine will be in charge of the Orange County Register in Santa Ana and the Press-Enterprise in Riverside, according to sources close to the matter.

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New Owner Cuts Execs at Register

Digital First Media, the new owner of the Orange County Register, has parted ways with several members of prior owner Freedom Communications Inc.’s senior management team, according to sources close to the matter.

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Freedom to Go to Digital First

A bankruptcy judge in Santa Ana this morning approved the sale of Freedom Communications Inc. and its Orange County Register to Denver-based Digital First Media Inc.

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Tribune Top Bidder for Register

Tribune Publishing Co.’s $56 million offer was selected as the winning bid during Wednesday’s bankruptcy auction of Santa Ana-based Freedom Communications Inc. held at the office of Lobel Weiland Golden Friedman LLP in Costa Mesa.

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Freedom Auction Set

The U.S. Bankruptcy Court Central District of California gave Freedom Communications Inc. the green light Monday to auction its assets on March 16.

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Freedoms Asks Court to OK Auction

Freedom Communications Inc. in Santa Ana is asking the U.S. Bankruptcy Court’s Central District of California to approve its plans to hold an asset auction March 16.

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Freedom Seeks OK on New Financing

Freedom Communications Inc. in Santa Ana is asking the U.S. Bankruptcy Court’s Central District of California to allow it to accept $4.5 million in financing from Silver Point Finance LLC.

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More Interest in Register Parent

Santa Ana-based Freedom Communications Inc. has received a third loan offer to help it maintain operations while it goes through a bankruptcy auction, the company’s attorney said during a hearing held Friday at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court’s Central District of California.

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More Interest in Register Parent

The publisher of the Orange County Register has received a third loan offer to help it maintain operations while it goes through a bankruptcy auction.

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Register Parent Files for Chapter 11

Freedom Communications Inc. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy today in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court’s Central District of California.

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Register Parent Files for Chapter 11

Freedom Communications Inc. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy today in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court’s Central District of California.

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Times Gets $4.2M Lien on Register

The Los Angeles Times has been granted a $4.2 million “writ of attachment” against the Orange County Register in Superior Court, according to a news report.

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Kushner, Spitz Leave Posts at Freedom

Aaron Kushner and Eric Spitz have “resigned Tuesday from all executive duties at Freedom and the Orange County Register,” according to Freedom Communications Holdings Inc., parent company of the Register.

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Register Launches Evening Website

Freedom Communications Holdings Inc. in Santa Ana said its flagship Orange County Register is running a nighttime version of its ocregister.com website.

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Freedom Shutters LB Register

Freedom Communications Holdings Inc. said it stopped publishing the Long Beach Register Sunday after shutting down the Los Angeles Register in September, and other publications this year.

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Times Gets “Protective Order” on Claim Against Register

A Superior Court judge in Los Angeles has granted the Los Angeles Times’ request for a “temporary protective order” against Santa Ana-based Freedom Communications Holdings Inc.’s flagship Orange County Register.

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Times Gets “Protective Order” on Claim Against Register

A Superior Court judge in Los Angeles has granted the Los Angeles Times’ request for a “temporary protective order” against Santa Ana-based Freedom Communications Holdings Inc.’s flagship Orange County Register.

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Register Parent to Cut 100 Jobs

Santa Ana-based Freedom Communications Holdings Inc. will cut about 100 positions, including executives, according to a report yesterday in the company’s flagship publication, the Orange County Register.

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Register Parent to Cut 100 Jobs

Santa Ana-based Freedom Communications Holdings Inc. will cut about 100 positions, including executives, according to a report today in the company’s flagship publication, the Orange County Register.

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Two Freedom Shareholders Press for Receivership

Two investors who helped Aaron Kushner and Eric Spitz finance the purchase of Freedom Communications in 2012 have asked the Delaware Chancery Court to put the media company’s operations into receivership, claiming “it needs independent oversight because the company is insolvent and in financial distress from mismanagement,” according to the website Law360.

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Two Freedom Shareholders Press for Receivership

Two investors who helped Aaron Kushner and Eric Spitz finance the purchase of Freedom Communications in 2012 have asked the Delaware Chancery Court to put the media company’s operations into receivership, claiming “it needs independent oversight because the company is insolvent and in financial distress from mismanagement,” according to the website Law360.

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Freedom Communications Lists Santa Ana Land for Sale

The owners of the Orange County Register have relisted for sale 14.3 acres of land that surrounds the company’s headquarters in Santa Ana.

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Freedom Communications Lists Santa Ana Land for Sale

The owners of the Orange County Register have relisted for sale 14.3 acres of land that surrounds the company’s headquarters in Santa Ana.

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Register Expected to Close on HQ Sale, Make Severance Payments

A sale of the Santa Ana headquarters of the Orange County Register to developer Mike Harrah is expected to close within a few days, according to sources.

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