March 10, 2011
The auction is today. Bidders will be allowed to break off Freedom’s newspapers from its other media holdings, such as TV stations, reports the Wall Street Journal. Freedom’s 100-plus papers, including the Orange County Register, could fetch up to $350 million, while its eight TV stations are expected to go for as much as $400 million.

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