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A newspaper's publication of the names and addresses of handgun-permit holders in two New York counties has sparked online discussions — and a healthy dose of outrage.
U.S. newspaper circulation was almost unchanged in the six months that ended in September as publications continued to make gains in digital editions, according to data from a media industry group.
Gannett Co. reported higher net income and revenue on Monday, helped by strong gains in political and Olympics-related advertising.
Dish and Gannett said Monday that they have reached an agreement in a fee dispute that had threatened to leave more than 2 million Dish subscribers in 19 cities without access to local television stations owned by Gannett.
Dish and Gannett said Monday they have reached an agreement in a fee dispute that had threatened to leave more than 2 million Dish subscribers in 19 cities without access to local television stations owned by Gannett.
A contract between Dish Network Corp. and Gannett Co. expires at midnight Mountain time on Sunday, after which the signals may go dark. Here is a list of the Gannett television stations that may be blacked out to more than 2 million Dish subscribers.
A dispute over fees threatens to leave more than 2 million Dish subscribers in 19 cities without access to local television stations owned by Gannett just as the fall TV season is starting.
USA Today, the nation's second-largest newspaper, is unveiling an overhaul of its printed and digital editions for the second time in less than two years.
Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. is preparing to spin off its newspaper business into a separate company, an acknowledgement that the printed page that gave rise to a media empire will never again be central to its future.
The Associated Press and 28 news organizations, including The New York Times Co. and The Washington Post Co., are launching a company that will measure the unpaid online use of their original reporting and seek to convert unauthorized websites, blogs and other newsgathering services into paying customers.
A group of newspaper publishers and other media companies are teaming up to sell more advertising aimed at people looking for online deals.
The Wall Street Journal remains the No. 1 newspaper in the U.S with average weekday circulation of 2.1 million, according to the Audit Bureau of Circulations.
Circulation at The New York Times soared in the latest six-month reporting period because the Times now charges for access to its website and people who sign up are counted as subscribers.
When Virginia "Ginni" Rometty becomes CEO of IBM Corp. and Heather Bresch the CEO of Mylan Inc. in January, they join 16 other female CEOs in the Fortune 500:
Gannett, the publisher of USA Today and 81 other daily newspapers, says its third-quarter net income declined slightly as the company kept expenses in line with a drop in revenue. The results met Wall Street's expectations.