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  State of Arizona ex rel. Miller v. Gannett Outdoor Co. of Arizona, Inc.
The state moved for partial summary judgment, arguing that Gannett was not entitled to compensation for the anticipated renewal of the lease.
Gannett was powerless to stop the landlord from declining to renew a new year-long lease.
One of Gannett's officers testified that the location of the sign in question was one of the company's best, and that Gannett intended to keep the location as long as the Salt River Project would let it.
www.scenicflorida.org /law/azexrelmillervgannett.html   (4483 words)

 The Corporate Library - CEO Contract Study - GCI   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
It is agreed that Gannett's sole remedy in the event of Employee's breach of this paragraph 5 shall be the termination of all compensation otherwise payable to Employee under paragraphs 3 or 4 with respect to the period of time after such breach.
Gannett shall make such additional payment to Employee, or Employee shall make such refund to Gannett, as the case may be, in accordance with such firm's determination.
Gannett may withhold from any payments due to Employee hereunder such amounts as its independent public accountants may determine are required to be withheld under applicable federal, state and local tax laws.
www.thecorporatelibrary.com /companies/g/gci/ceo_gci.htm   (1510 words)

Gannett was noted for the development of his publishing group of 22 newspapers in 18 cities.
Gannett also was noted for his philanthropic support of research, especially in the newspaper and aviation industries and in the fields of health and medicine.
Gannett included the Civic Medal of the Rochester Museum of Arts and Sciences, received jointly with his wife; honorary membership in Phi Beta Kappa; the Navy's Distinguished Public Service Award; an honorary degree of doctor of journalism from Bradley University and a long list of other honorary doctor's and master's degrees.
www.harvardsquarelibrary.org /unitarians/gannett.html   (2411 words)

 Gannett Corporate History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Gannett was also included in The Best Companies for Women, published by Simon and Schuster in 1988, and in 2000 was recognized for the 15th year by Working Mother magazine for its employment of women.
Gannett is included in The Best 100 Stocks to Own in America, published by Longman, and in 1990 the company was one of 200 companies profiled in Investing With a Social Conscience, published by Scripps Howard.
Gannett holdings include 78 daily newspapers in 33 states and Guam, a national news service, seven television and 14 radio stations, outdoor advertising plants in the United States and Canada, 21 weekly newspapers and the research firm of Louis Harris & Associates.
www.injersey.com /history   (1724 words)

 From the Daily: Corporate journalism - Opinion>>Editorials   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
While the move is hailed by some as an indication of corporate newspapers more directly addressing student readers, the acquisition should raise some alarm.
As a former editor at a college daily, and a current reporter at a Gannett newspaper, I think the basic premise of this editorial is incorrect.
Besides, as a former reporter for a Gannett publication, they'd spend far less time on a college daily and more at their cash cow, USA Today.
www.michigandaily.com /media/storage/paper851/news/2006/08/07/Opinioneditorials/From-The.Daily.Corporate.Journalism-2143623.shtml?norewrite200610202055&sourcedomain=www.michigandaily.com   (1005 words)

 Reno News and Review June 09, 2005   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Gannett Corporation, the chain that owns the Reno Gazette-Journal, continues to place first among newspaper companies in diversifying workplaces, and the Gazette-Journal itself has a better record than the company's USA Today.
On the Gannett record, the study says, "Ownership is a large factor in determining a newspaper's newsroom diversity.
Gannett Co. continues to be the leader, measured by a Newsroom Diversity Index, which compares the share of jobs held by journalists of color with the non-white share of the population in the newspaper's circulation area.
www.newsreview.com /reno/Content?oid=oid:24834   (586 words)

 Gannett Company - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gannett Company, Inc. NYSE: GCI is a publicly traded media holding company based in the United States and is the largest U.S. newspaper publisher as measured by total daily circulation.
The company was founded in 1906 by Frank Gannett, and started in newspaper ownership.
Corporate Staff: Craig A. Dubow (President and CEO)
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Gannett_Corporation   (202 words)

 upstatebeat.com: David vs. Gannett
While it is true that corporate efficiencies have swelled the bottom line for shareholders, citizens of a community also have a stake in whether their hometown newspaper does a good job, but are often left holding an empty bag.
The fact that some of Gannett’s past predatory policies have been exposed through the efforts of Richard McCord and other journalists should enable advertisers to better understand what is going on, if the chain decides to employ such tactics in their community.
The reality is that a Gannett free weekly tabloid may succeed in the short term in attracting attention to itself, and in attracting advertisers drawn in by bargain-basement ad rates.
www.metrobeat.net /gbase/Expedite/Content?oid=oid:2408   (4561 words)

The Gannett Corporation said it had agreed in principle to acquire New York's Spanish language newspaper El Diario-LaPrensa from Diversified Media Inc. for an undisclosed price.
The newspaper, with an average daily circulation of 68,980 and a Sunday circulation of 67,000, is described by Gannett as the largest Spanish-language newspaper in the continental United States.
Gannett also owns seven television stations, 13 radio stations and a major outdoor advertising company.
query.nytimes.com /gst/fullpage.html?res=9A03EED61138F931A35754C0A967948260   (100 words)

Gannett Colorado Broadcasting, Inc. KUSA-TV, Gannett Co., Inc., D’Anelli Bridal, and each of their respective affiliated companies, subsidiaries, advertising or promotional agencies, and other agents, and the immediate family members of, and any persons domiciled with such employees, are not eligible.
If any such provision is determined to be invalid or otherwise unenforceable, these rules shall be construed in accordance with their terms as if the valid or enforceable provision was not contained therein.
Gannett Colorado Broadcasting, Inc. KUSA-TV, Gannett Co., Inc., D’Anelli Bridal, whose decisions regarding the selection of winners and all other aspects of the Contest shall be final and binding in all respects.
www.9news.com /coco/rules-dec6.htm   (891 words)

 Star-Bulletin Closing
Defendant Gannett Pacific Corporation is the owner of the Advertiser, a morning daily newspaper published in and distributed throughout Hawaii.
Gannett Pacific's payment to Liberty simply reflects the fact that it was cheaper for Gannett Pacific to pay Liberty to end the JOA than to make 13 years of guaranteed payments and bear 100% of the Star-Bulletin's continuing losses.
The 1999 Amendment between Gannett Pacific and Liberty is in the record.
starbulletin.com /specials/shutdown/appealbrf.html   (8536 words)

 Avatier Corporation : Command Your Greatest Asset
In the news publishing business, keeping the corporate network running efficiently is one of the highest priorities.
The News Journal is published by Gannett Co., Inc. one of the largest diversified news and information companies in the U.S. and publisher of USA Today and other leading newspapers.
Gannett Co. needed to quickly find a solution that would allow them to take full advantage of Windows NT but would reduce the support burden on their staff.
www.avatier.com /news/case_studies/Gannett.html   (459 words)

 Locked-out Detroit Newspaper worker Dennis Nazelli shares news from the front lines of the war against the corporate ...
Gannett stock holders were greeted by locked-out Detroit Newspaper workers for the fifth year in a row at the annual shareholders' meeting May 2 in their Arlington, VA headquarters.
With Gannett shares of stock or proxies obtained from supporting shareholders, locked-out newspaper workers use this once-a-year opportunity to admonish the highest authorities in the Gannett chain of command, from CEO, John Curley, to his brother, Tom, Publisher of USA Today to John Jaske, Senior VP of Labor Relations, to their corporate gadfly, Ms.
Curley, just when are you planning to implement the Gannett "Principles of Ethical Conduct" in Detroit?) Instead I want to report that your 5-year Pogrom of union cleansing is now calculated at over one billion dollars in unreclaimable revenues, legal expenses, security costs and total mismanagement.
www.afn.org /~iguana/archives/2000_05/20000511.html   (632 words)

Gannett owns 10 additional dailies in Wisconsin: Green Bay Press-Gazette, the Wausau Daily Herald, the Manitowoc Times-Herald, the Sheboygan Press, the Post-Crescent in Appleton, the Marshfield News Herald, the Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune, the Stevens Point Journal, the Oshkosh Daily Northwestern and the Fond du Lac Reporter.
She said that "no immediate changes in operations are planned," and that Gannett needs "some time to better understand the publications." Who knows, maybe it will be a different kind of understanding than what they achieved in Neenah and Menasha, communities whose newspapers were killed after Gannett purchased them.
His company was attractive to Gannett precisely because he had built a cluster of non-dailies in a similar way in which Gannett builds clusters of dailies.
www.tonypalmeri.com /mediamonopoly.htm   (2623 words)

 The Inside Story of USA Today --- Part II
It is the ultimate whoring of freedom of the press, and this particular corporation excels at it.
The top doges in the Gannett organization decided that this barnyard approach to newspapering could be extended to the whole of America through the coming of USA Today.
Much has been made of the fact that this is Gannett, warts and all (vide the semiserious title) --- but the biggest of them all, one Al Neuharth, ends up being practically canonized for being so insightful, wise, interesting, foresighted, driven, astute, etc., as to conceive of and gamble his career on USA Today.
www.ralphmag.org /usa-today-2-U.html   (1249 words)

 Gannett Foundation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The Gannett Foundation sponsors these one-time awards of $3,000 to be given annually to children of full-time Gannett Co., Inc. employees who will shortly complete high school and are about to enter college.
Named in honor of Madelyn P. Jennings, who served as Gannett’s senior human resources executive for 15 years, the awards are in recognition of her strong interest in education and her dedication to the Gannett employees she served.
All Gannett Foundation/Madelyn P. Jennings Scholarship Award winners will be chosen from a group of candidates who (1) score high on the 2006 PSAT/NMSQT and (2) are notified by NMSC in the fall of 2007 that they may receive further consideration for a scholarship by meeting several academic and other requirements set by NMSC.
www.gannettfoundation.org /scholarship.htm   (1134 words)

 [DC-XMLUsers] Reminder: APRIL 6 - NVTC eBusiness event (Supply Chain Challenges - Hitachi Consulting, Gannett & ...
She has over three years of experience sourcing and negotiating direct and indirect goods and services for Gannett's subsidiaries and 13 years of experience implementing and managing technology within the company.
Gannett Supply Corporation is a wholly owned subsidiary of Gannett Co., Inc., a large and diversified international news and information company headquartered in McLean, Virginia.
Gannett also owns and operates 22 television stations in the U.S. and is an Internet leader with sites sponsored by most of its television stations and newspapers.
www.eccnet.com /pipermail/dc-xmlusers/2004-March/000176.html   (778 words)

 USA Digital Radio and Lucent Technologies announce joint development agreement for digital audio broadcasting   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Westinghouse Electric Corporation is a media and technology company that is a world leader in transport temperature control, power generation and turbine technologies.
Gannett Co., Inc. is a nationwide news and information company with operations in 44 states, the District of Columbia, Guam, the Virgin Islands, Great Britain, Germany, Hong Kong, and Switzerland.
Gannett also has 16 television stations reaching 16% of U.S. television homes, cable services in five states, alarm security services, and radio stations in three markets.
www.lucent.com /press/0597/970512.nsa.html   (925 words)

 The Tennessean - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It is owned by the Gannett Corporation, and is affiliated with a number of other smaller community newspapers in Middle Tennessee, including the Dickson Herald, the Gallatin News-Examiner, the Hendersonville Star-News, the Fairview Observer, and the Ashland City Times.
In 2004 Gannett announced the acquisition of the Franklin Review-Appeal, and the Murfreesboro Daily News-Journal from Morris Multimedia.
In 1935, the Reconstruction Finance Corporation acquired a large portion of the paper's outstanding bonds, which it eventually sold to Paul Davis, president of the First American National Bank of Nashville.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/The_Tennessean   (1019 words)

 BBC NEWS | UK | Scotland | Sale of the Herald approved
The Herald, Sunday Herald and Evening Times are being taken over by the American-owned Gannett Corporation in a £216m deal.
The corporation is the biggest newspaper publisher in the United States.
Gannett publishes 94 papers in the United States, including the country's largest selling newspaper USA Today.
news.bbc.co.uk /2/hi/uk_news/scotland/2895317.stm   (220 words)

 Frank Gannett - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Frank Ernest Gannett (September 15, 1876 – December 3, 1957) founded the Gannett media corporation.
The Gannett Corporation that he founded today includes such newspapers as USA Today.
The libraries at Elmira College, Utica College and Ithaca College are named for him, in addition to the student health centre at Cornell University (Gannett Health Services).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Frank_Gannett   (215 words)

 Gannett, the largest newspaper group in the U.S., signs WANTED Technologies as intelligence provider
Gannett is the largest newspaper group in the U.S. where it publishes 99 daily newspapers including USA TODAY, the nation's largest selling daily newspaper.
Gannett also owns more than 1,000 non-daily publications in the US and USA WEEKEND, a weekly newspaper magazine with a circulation of 22.7 million.
This data is used by major media organizations, staffing and recruiting firms, advertising agencies and corporate HR professionals for sales acquisition and competitive strategy.
www.prnewswire.com /cgi-bin/stories.pl?ACCT=104&STORY=/www/story/01-17-2006/0004261647&EDATE=   (510 words)

 ce company
To date, The Enquirer continues to be owned by Gannett Co., which is a multi-billion dollar international company and is the nation's largest newspaper group in circulation (www.gannett.com).
Gannett owns 95 daily newspapers, including USA Today, the nation's largest newspaper in circulation (2.3 million) (www.gannett.com).
The company was founded in 1906 by Frank E. Gannett and associates, incorporated in 1923, and was listed on the New York Stock Exchange in 1967 (www.gannett.com).
www.units.muohio.edu /threads/cecompany.html   (836 words)

 Paul Miller Papers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Miller, as well as similar material and memorabilia related to Associated Press, the Gannett Corporation, and other newspaper, radio and television concerns with which Mr.
The expansion of Gannett Co. into a major world-wide newspaper group and a stockholder's corporation is thoroughly documented.
Each time the Gannett Group added a newspaper to its membership, the newspaper was carefully studied and Miller communicated with the owners and publishers.
www.library.okstate.edu /scua/pmp.htm   (362 words)

 Sue Clark-Johnson
Most importantly, she runs one of the more profitable medium-sized newspapers in the Gannett chain, a paper that is criticized by some as being editorially shallow, but which nonetheless brings home the bacon for its parent company.
Al Neuharth, former CEO of the Gannett Corporation and founder of USA Today, says of her promotion, “Most of the publishers, including Sue, were not ready [to be promoted].
Lewis is joined on the Gannett board by such personages as Thomas A. Reynolds Jr., another director at Union Pacific and chairman emeritus of the law firm of Winston & Strawn of Chicago;: Rosalynn Carter (Jimmy's wife);: Meredith Brokaw (Tom's wife); and Rollan Melton (Marilyn's husband).
www.pyramid.net /burghart/scj.html   (4079 words)

 NPR : Gannett Gives It the Old College Try
Ok, so the deal is a teeny bit more complicated than saying "Gannett bought the student-run paper." Technically, we should say "one of the newspapers that Gannett owns bought the FSU publication." In any case, Gannett executives now have the ultimate legal and financial power to change the campus newspaper any way they want.
Gannett is masterful at attempting to cross-pollinate readers from a specialty paper (Hispanic, "young reader" entertainment weekly, etc.) to its main daily product in a given market.
I'm sad for the FSU paper and sadder still for the students whom Gannett will ultimately try to convert to readers of a Gannett daily -- and fail.
www.npr.org /templates/story/story.php?storyId=5624779   (507 words)

 Stop the Presses! Corporate abuse in our election process? [Free Republic]
The corporation crossed the line by their biased “news reporting” and then it effectively thumbed its nose at the Kentucky Constitution and Kentucky law when it published editorial endorsements expressly advocating the election of candidates for public office.
The Courier Journal and other corporate newspapers authorized to do business in the State of Kentucky are actively engaged in an assault on the laws and the Kentucky Constitution and the citizens of the Commonwealth.
The "elite corporate media" has stretched the words "free press" to mean that they have the sole right to be the gatekeeper of information and even claim to have a right that is denied to any other corporation or private citizen in Kentucky.
www.freerepublic.com /forum/a38ad5e56767b.htm   (3592 words)

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