Gannett

Gannett Company, Inc. (pronounced "gan ETTE") is a publicly traded media holding company headquartered in Tysons Corner, Virginia, near McLean in Greater Washington DC. It is the largest U.S. newspaper publisher as measured by total daily circulation. Its assets include the national newspaper USA Today and the weekly USA Weekend. Its largest non-national newspaper is The Arizona Republic in Phoenix, Arizona.
Posts about Gannett
  • Investment Firms Come to the Forefront Among Owners of Local Newspapers

    … Investment companies – which have no deep roots in community publishing – have become the dominant owners of local daily newspapers in the U.S. Today seven investment entities control 349 dailies, well ahead of either the 196 belonging to long-established private publishers that include companies like Hearst and Advance Publications or the 161…

    Tom Grubisich/ Street Fight- 23 readers -
  • Street Fight Daily: Pokémon Go and Local Commerce, Millennials and Retail

    … they purchased food products digitally because they were running low on a critical item and couldn’t make it to the store. Gobble, Gobble: Gannett’s Grand Ambitions (Media Life) At a time when the newspaper industry is in panicked retreat, Gannett is cash-rich and on a buying streak. Here’s the challenge before Gannett: Facing yet further slides…

    Street Fight- 14 readers -
  • Street Fight Daily: Gannett Acquires Jersey Papers, Walmart Responds to Apple Pay

    … you’re able to track where the car is in the app. As Content Crosses Platforms, Hearst Shifts from Media to Tech Company (AdExchanger) Hearst doesn’t view itself a media company, but rather as a technology company. “We have been making a concerted effort to transform from a media company that used great technology to a technology company,” said…

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