What papers does GateHouse Media own?
This list includes daily and weekly newspapers owned by GateHouse Media Inc.
- Chillicothe Times-Bulletin of Chillicothe and Dunlap.
- Washington Times-Reporter of Washington.
- Woodford Times of Woodford County.
- East Peoria Times-Courier of East Peoria.
- Morton Times-News of Morton.
Who is the CEO of GateHouse Media?
Kirk A. Davis (–)
How many newspapers does GateHouse Media own?
Where is GateHouse Media located?
Who controls new media investment group?
2019-08-06 businessinsider.com – New Media Investment Group, the parent company to GateHouse, and Gannett — the two largest newspaper chains in the US — officially announced a merger on Monday.
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What is the largest newspaper chain?
Who owns Augusta Chronicle?
Gannett Media Corp.
Who owns the Times Herald Record?
It is owned by Gannett.
Who owns Gateway media?
Gateway is owned by Hillman, who heads local investment firms FTL Capital and Lewis & Clark Ventures, and David Karandish and Chris Sims of Answers. Those three retained ownership of the company following its spin from Answers after Answers’ $900 million acquisition by Apax Partners in 2014.
Which company owning a chain of newspapers has the largest daily circulation?
Who owns USA Today?
Who is Gannett merging with?
NEW YORK — GateHouse closed its $1.1 billion takeover of USA Today publisher Gannett, becoming the country’s largest newspaper company by far and pledging significant cost cuts at a time when print publications are in precipitous decline.
Is USA Today owned by Gannett?
New Media Investment Group said Monday that it reached a deal to acquire Gannett, which owns USA TODAY and more than 100 other daily publications and digital marketing services such as ReachLocal. … The combined company will be based at Gannett’s headquarters west of Washington, D.C.
Does USA Today still exist?
“Gannett has no plans to discontinue the print edition of USA TODAY, which remains an important part of our business. Gannett remains committed to high-quality journalism for the communities we serve and our ongoing digital transformation, and we are pleased to have found a like-minded partner in New Media.