“We are mimicking TV ..USA Today appearing in a local newspaper is like NBC News appearing on the local affiliates airwaves,” the publisher tells TheWrap
Stations were part of Gannett's acquisition of Belo Corp.
Companies must divest their interests in St. Louis' CBS affiliate in order to go forward with acquisition
Cuts occurred in the last month
Move makes Gannett fourth-largest owner of major network affiliates
Larry Kramer, founder of Marketwatch, will take over USA Today this summer
The Pew Research Center detailed the sad state of newspaper advertising
The Los Angeles Times will start charging readers an introductory rate of 99 cents a month if they read more than 15 articles during that...
Self-proclaimed "newsosaur" Alan Mutter points out that ad revenue is off more than 50 percent since 2005; diversified News Corp largely unscathed
Dismal earnings beat Wall Street's low expectations
USA Today not affected by this week's cuts, hitting Gannett's Community Publishing division
USA Today hit; more furloughs coming in 2010.
Largest U.S. newspaper publisher Gannett beats the Street, handily.