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Daily Telegram buildings in downtown Adrian, Michigan, for sale

Gannett has put the three buildings owned by The Daily Telegram in Adrian, Michigan, up for sale. Whether the Telegram moves to new offices depends on if the buyer of its main building is open to a lease-back agreement. more

USA TODAY launches 'Women of the Year' franchise, featuring interview with VP Kamala Harris

USA TODAY, part of Gannett Co., Inc., today launched USA TODAY’s “Women of the Year” franchise that will recognize women of distinction in all 50 states and nationally each year, beginning with an interview featuring Vice President Kamala Harris as the first honoree. more

Patrick O'Shea named editor of two Pennsylvania newspapers

Patrick O’Shea has been named editor of The Beaver County Times and The Ellwood City Ledger in Pennsylvania. He succeeds former Executive Editor Lisa Micco, who left The Times in January. more

Gannett to sell ads on Snapchat to local businesses in digital marketing collaboration

Gannett’s LOCALiQ division, which provides digital marketing services, will offer Snap ads to its more than 100,000 small business clients. more

Gannett and McClatchy collaborate to offer local reach for national advertisers

Gannett and McClatchy have announced a new offering that will give national brands the ability to connect seamlessly and more meaningfully with local audiences across a vast multi-channel network.  more

Courier-Tribune building, property goes on sale in Asheboro

The building and parking lot of the Courier-Tribune in Asheboro, North Carolina, went on the market Feb. 1. Gannett said a new location for the Courier-Tribune will be determined soon. more

New market leaders chosen, advertising manager named for three N.C. papers

A trio of Gannett publications tucked into North Carolina’s Piedmont area – The Times-News in Burlington, The Courier-Tribune in Asheboro and The Dispatch in Lexington — recently underwent some leadership changes.  more

Bill Barker steps down as publisher in SW Florida, regional president for Gannett

Bill Barker, who has served since April 2016 as a regional president for Gannett in Florida, as well as the president and publisher of the Naples Daily News and The News-Press in Fort Myers, is stepping down from those roles today. The two newspapers are part of Gannett's USA TODAY Network, which includes hundreds of media properties around the country. more

Former T&G publisher, Gannett senior VP Paul Provost leaves company

Paul Provost previously served as publisher and president of the Telegram & Gazette in Worcester, Massachusetts, when it was owned by GateHouse Media Inc. more

Gannett announces refinancing of approximately $500 million of debt

Gannett Co., Inc. has refinanced approximately $500 million of its 11.5% term loan, maturing in 2024, with 6.0% convertible notes due in 2027. The refinancing reduces the outstanding term loan to $1.118 billion. more

Longtime Ardmoreite publisher announces retirement

Kim Benedict has announced her intention to retire from her position as Gannett senior group publisher for The Ardmoreite, the Shawnee News-Star and the Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise — all in Oklahoma. more

Diversity and inclusion offer newspapers a better opportunity to connect with all areas of their communities

Diversity and inclusion are not just social justice issues for newspapers, panelists at America's Newspapers PIVOT 2020 agreed.  These issues go to the heart of newspapers' mission: to be purveyors of information in their local communities. Panelists at PIVOT 2020 were: Mizell Stewart III, a news executive with Gannett and the USA TODAY Network and an adjunct faculty member with The Poynter Institute for Media Studies; Leona Allen, deputy publisher of The Dallas Morning News; and Corinne Chin, senior video journalist with The Seattle Times. more

Gannett CEO opens PIVOT 2020 with a look at where the industry is headed

Five key ingredients make up what Gannett CEO Mike Reed believes the newspaper industry needs to focus on as it looks to the future. In a keynote address kicking off this week's PIVOT 2020 virtual conference, he told members of America's Newspapers: "We need to pivot as an industry."   more

Gannett appoints chief marketing and strategy officer

In his new role, Mayur Gupta will be responsible for driving Gannett's vision and strategy as the company transforms to a subscription-led content business. more

Gannett CEO to deliver keynote address at PIVOT 2020

One of the biggest names in the news industry today — Gannett's Mike Reed — has confirmed plans to deliver the opening keynote address at PIVOT 2020, the virtual conference of America's Newspapers.  Reed is scheduled to speak live on Tuesday, Oct. 6, at 11 a.m. EDT, 10 a.m. CDT. more

WEHCO Newspapers, Inc. acquires Pine Bluff Commercial from Gannett

The Pine Bluff (Arkansas) Commercial has returned to seven-day-a-week publishing as part of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette digital replica edition. more

Gannett to sell Mexico Ledger to Westplex Media Group

Gannett Co., Inc. has agreed to sell the twice-weekly Mexico (Missouri) Ledger to family-owned Westplex Media Group. It is the third community newspaper in Westplex’s portfolio. more

Gannett pledges to achieve gender, racial, ethnic parity with local communities by 2025

Gannett has announced the creation of 60 jobs to better tell the full stories of communities across the United States and has set a goal of achieving parity in terms of gender, racial and ethnic diversity in local newsrooms by 2025.  Annual progress will be reported by the newspapers. more

Gannett Local News appoints social media strategist

In his new role, Jaime Cárdenas will help Gannett newsrooms across the country develop strategies to grow digital subscriptions and foster loyalty with readers. more

Statesman signs lease, will relocate to Southeast Austin site next year

Gannett, which owns the Austin (Texas) American-Statesman, has signed a lease for more than 34,000 square feet of space at MetCenter, a corporate business park that the newspaper will move into next year in Southeast Austin, near Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. more
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