Larry Kramer

USA Today Shutters Weekend Magazine

USA Today is shutting down its weekend magazine at the end of this month, the newspaper’s president and publisher Larry Kramer said in a memo to staffers today.

Jim Parsons Hits the Stratosphere

Honestly, if this keeps up, they’re just going to have to rename the Emmy Award for Lead Actor in a Comedy the Jim Parsons Award. Last week, the 41-year-old won the prize for a fourth time for his role as Sheldon Cooper, main character on CBS’ The Big Bang Theory. It was a busy August for Parsons.

USA Today Takes Its Ad Meter Beyond the Super Bowl

Ad Meter: It’s not just for Super Bowl ads anymore. USA Today is expanding its Super Bowl ad-rating platform to other categories of sports media.

‘USA Today’ Redesigns

USA Today is about to roll out the biggest redesign in its history, but is it too late?

‘USA Today’ Ad Sales Chief Out

USA Today had its first high-level exit since Larry Kramer took over as its new president and publisher in mid-May. Lee Jones, who had been svp of advertising for the past two years, resigned last week, a rep for the Gannett Co. flagship confirmed. Jones hasn’t been replaced.

Fast Chat: Larry Kramer

Larry Kramer, the founder of MarketWatch, was named president and publisher of USA Today.