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Time for Tribune Shareholders to Worry About Michael Ferro
William J. Kelly
Conservative columnist; Producer, Emmy award-winning TV
If nothing else, Gannett's $864 million takeover bid has exposed Tribune's farcical operations under chairman Michael Ferro. But instead of Titanic hitting the iceberg by accident, Ferro is aiming for it.
USA Today Publisher Gannett Offers To Buy Tribune Publishing
Gannett said it made an offer to buy Tribune Publishing on April 12 for $815 million, including the assumption of $390 million of debt.
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Gannett Will Buy Journal Media Group For $280 Million
Gannett, the publishing company that owns USA TODAY and media businesses in 92 local markets, said late Wednesday that it
This Is A Good Lesson On Why You Need Copy Editors
Kindness Is Contagious: Inspiring Our Children to Make a Difference!
Author, Loukoumi children's book series; President, The Loukou...
It is one thing to endeavor to make a difference in the lives of children, but when you rally children to make a difference in the lives of other children, it is doubly rewarding.
Gannett Makes Major Sale
Even Worse News For The Newspaper Industry
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Director of Media Unlimited in Lebanon
Gannett Reportedly Lays Off Over 200 Employees
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Growing Gannett Eyeing Homegrown Programming
Gannett To Buy Belo, Become Fourth-Largest Owner Of Network Affiliates
So Long Al Neuharth -- and Thanks for My First Job. . .
Sara-Ellen Amster, Ph.D.
Author, Journalism Professor, National University
The nation -- or should I say the USA -- lost a very important figure in journalism's evolving story this past weekend.
Watch the Beet Retreat - Recorded Live On February 1
After Pinpointing Gun Owners, Newspaper Becomes A Target
Publisher Larry Kramer Looks to a Local Future
Mobile / Digital Media Executive, Strategist
Kramer took the helm of
last spring, inheriting a product that missed the Internet when the Internet was a "thing," but is roaring back with multi-platform news delivery.
Great News For Gannett
Former Gannett CEO Battling Ostentatious Display Of Wealth Next Door
Journalists Participate in Democracy; Gannett Cowers
journalist, attorney, educator, Producer/Director "Keystone Pi...
Leaving aside the false, quaint conceit that journalists are neutral, Gannett has tacitly admitted that this action was motivated not by some high standard of journalism ethics, but by fear that some political bullies might call them biased.
Gannett CEO Asks for Lower Bonus, Reduces Her Pay Package to Only $4.6 million
Former English teacher
Thanks to that selfless act of generosity, the CEO of Gannett, who required all employees in the newspaper division to take an unpaid one-week furlough during the first quarter of 2011, will only receive a $1.2 million bonus.
PHOTO: Newspaper's Humongous Fail
Gannett Making "Significant Investment in Video"
Laid Off Journalist Reports His Own Job Search
New Cyberattack Targets U.S. Soldiers
Why Laying Off Ag Reporter Philip Brasher Is Bad for Food
Managing Editor, civileats.com
The agriculture beat was once an important area of coverage at all major outlets, delivering information about rural areas as well as policy making on food in Washington. But the "agriculture beat" has been dying a slow death for five decades.
Zed's Dead - Law, Finance, and the Future of Online Publishing (Part Two)
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