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Gannett         
Gannett, American corporation headquartered in Virginia, worldwide news and information company, major newspaper publisher and broadcaster
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n. gannet, large seabird

Wikipedia

Gannett

Gannett Co., Inc. () is an American mass media holding company headquartered in Tysons, Virginia, in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area. It is the largest U.S. newspaper publisher as measured by total daily circulation.

It owns the national newspaper USA Today, as well as several local newspapers, including the Detroit Free Press; The Indianapolis Star; The Cincinnati Enquirer; The Florida Times-Union in Jacksonville, Florida; The Tennessean in Nashville, Tennessee; The Daily News Journal, in Murfreesboro, Tennessee; The Courier-Journal in Louisville, Kentucky; the Democrat and Chronicle in Rochester, New York; The Des Moines Register; the El Paso Times; The Arizona Republic in Phoenix, Arizona; The News-Press in Fort Myers, Florida; the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel; and the Great Falls Tribune in Great Falls, Montana.

In 2015, Gannett split into two publicly traded companies, one focusing on newspapers and publishing and the other on broadcasting. The broadcasting company took the name Tegna, and owns about 50 TV stations. The newspaper company inherited the Gannett name. The split was structured so that Tegna is the legal successor of the old Gannett, while the new Gannett is a spin-off.

In November 2019, New Media Investment Group acquired and merged its GateHouse Media subsidiary into Gannett, creating the largest newspaper publisher in the United States, which adopted the Gannett name. Mike Reed was named CEO.

Pronunciation examples for Gannett
1. officer of Gannett overall.
That's What She Said _ Joanne Lipman _ Talks at Google
2. And so when Gannett became the leader in the industry
The Future of Race _ Eddie Huang, Paola Mendoz, Vint Cerf + More _ Talks at Google
3. She moved on to Gannett, where she ultimately became editor
That's What She Said _ Joanne Lipman _ Talks at Google
4. I think about Al Newhart, when he was the CEO of Gannett,
The Future of Race _ Eddie Huang, Paola Mendoz, Vint Cerf + More _ Talks at Google
5. of Gannett and editor-in-chief of both "USA Today" and the USA
The Media & Political Coverage _ Joanne Lipman _ Talks at Google
Examples of use of Gannett
1. Les actions de ses concurrents – Gannett et Tribune – ont aussi fortement reculé depuis janvier.
2. Notation dégradée Depuis juin, deux des plus grands groupes de presse américains ont vu leur notation dégradée par l‘agence Standard &Poor‘s: Gannett, premier éditeur américain (qui publie USA Today, 83 autres quotidiens, une vingtaine de magazines spécialisés aux Etats–Unis, plusieurs publications en Grande–Bretagne, dans les pays anglo–saxons et en Europe de l‘Est), et le groupe New York Times (Herald Tribune,Boston Globe, etc.). Le ' juin, Gannett avait annoncé une provision de 3 milliards de dollars au premier semestre, malgré la vente de plusieurs quotidiens déficitaires en 2007.
3. Google vaut autant que les douze plus grands journaux Selon le magazine américain Barrons‘s, la valeur boursière du moteur de recherche Google (GOOG) est égale aujourd‘hui à celle des 12 plus grands journaux américains pris ensemble, de Gannett, le plus grand et le plus rentable, qui vaut 1' milliards, au New York Times.