Better Business Bureau Renews Accreditation of Los Angeles Times

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The BBB has renewed the accreditation of the Los Angeles Times, confirming that the newspaper meets the BBB’s rigorous and objective standards for ethics and trust.

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We are very pleased to renew our accreditation with the Better Business Bureau and affirm our commitment to honesty and integrity.

The Better Business Bureau has renewed the accreditation of the Los Angeles Times, confirming that the newspaper meets the BBB’s rigorous and objective standards for ethics.

“Earning and maintaining the trust of our readers, business partners and the public as a whole is essential to the Los Angeles Times,” says Hillary Manning, Times Director of Communications. “We are very pleased to renew our accreditation with the Better Business Bureau and affirm our commitment to honesty and integrity.”

The Times joins thousands of businesses that maintain BBB accreditation in Los Angeles County. Consumers can read its business review here.

“The Times is an esteemed organization and an iconic communications enterprise and we’re pleased to register it as a BBB Accredited Business,” says Steve McFarland, President and CEO of the Better Business Bureau Serving Los Angeles and Silicon Valley. “We believe this will delight Times readers and advertisers because accreditation validates its commitment to marketplace trust.”

The Los Angeles Times has been covering California for more than 134 years and has won 43 Pulitzer Prizes for its journalism. Begun as the Los Angeles Daily Times on December 4, 1881, The Times has never missed a day of publishing. With a Sunday readership of more than 4 million, in print and online, it is the largest metropolitan daily newspaper in the country.

As part of Tribune Publishing, a diversified media and marketing solutions company that delivers innovative experiences for audiences and advertisers across all platforms, the Los Angeles Times business affiliates include The Envelope, Times Community News and Hoy Los Angeles which, combined with the flagship Los Angeles Times, reach approximately 5 million or 30% of all adults in the Southern California marketplace.

For more than 100 years, the nonprofit Better Business Bureau has been helping people find businesses, brands and charities they can trust. In 2014, people turned to BBB more than 165 million times for BBB Business Reviews on more than 4.7 million businesses and Charity Reports on 11,000 charities, all available for free at bbb.org.

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