Steve Dempsey: Gannett Company is following the lead of other players in the newspaper industry by splitting digital and broadcasting from print

Gannett Company is splitting its publishing wing from its digital and broadcast operations.

24th August, 2014
Steve Dempsey.

Gannett Company, the largest newspaper publisher in the US, is following the lead of other players in the newspaper industry like NewsCorp, the Tribune Co and Time Warner Inc and splitting its publishing wing from its digital and broadcast operations.

The thinking is that by separating these businesses, Gannett will unlock shareholder value in the short term, and allow each to develop to its own full potential. Things look rosy for the new broadcasting and...

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