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Gannett Forms Digital Ad Network

Gannett Co. is formally grouping its Web sites and forming an advertising network to be known as the Digital Media Network, representing more than 100 digital communities including USAToday.com and…

Gannett Reports Q1 Ad Revenue Dive

In the first of the major newspaper earnings reports for the 1Q, Gannett Co., Inc. reported today that 2009 first quarter earnings per diluted share were $0.34 compared with $0.84…

USA Today Makes Blogs Available on Kindle

USA Today is now making a selection of its blogs and online communities available for Amazon's Kindle, a portable reader that wirelessly downloads books, blogs, magazines and newspapers to a…

Trib's Zell: Buying Media Co. Was 'A Mistake'

In a brutally frank admission today on TV, Sam Zell declared that buying the Tribune Co. was "a mistake."The Chicago Tribune columnist Phil Rosenthal writes about it online:"Tribune Co. Chairman…

AP Targets Online Theft

The Associated Press Monday announced a string of changes that included a new effort to protect content from online theft, a further reduction in some rates, and a change in…

NYT Co. Threatens to Shutter Boston Globe

Rumors resounded all day Friday, finally confirmed late: The New York Times Co. has threatened to shut the Boston Globe unless the newspaper's unions agree to $20 million in concessions,…

Gannett's ContentOne Names VP

Jennifer Carroll has been appointed vice president and senior editor of Gannett's ContentOne, a new initiative to gather and distribute news across the company. The appointment expands Carroll’s role as…

USA Today President, Publisher Retires

USA Today president and publisher Craig Moon announced today that he plans to retire, effective April 17. He also has oversight of USA Weekend, the Detroit Media Partnership, Gannett Offset…

Houston Chronicle Cuts Staff

The Houston Chronicle is laying off about 12 percent of its workforce.In a story posted Tuesday on the Chronicle's Web site, Publisher Jack Sweeney blamed the cuts on the troubles…

Gannett Orders Second Round of Furloughs

Newspaper publisher Gannett is forcing most of its workers to take another week of unpaid leave before July.The furloughs spelled out Monday in a company memo are being imposed to…

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