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Gannett-GateHouse merger completed

The merger of Gannett, the parent company of USA Today, Pensacola News Journal and more than a 100 other dailies, and GateHouse Media was completed…

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Anti-corruption bill has sponsors in Florida Legislature

Representative Ritch Workman and Senator Don Gaetz issued the following Joint Statement on Wednesday: “We are pleased to join in sponsoring legislation to strengthen State…

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Gannett tackles political corruption across the state

Gannett, owner of the Pensacola News Journal and several other newspapers in Florida, has proposed an anti-corruption bill for 2016 Florida legislative session. Twenty state…

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PNJ ready to implement Project Butterfly

Pensacola News Journal readers will soon find USA Today inserts in their daily newspaper, according to sources inside the Romana Street offices. Gannett, who owns…

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PNJ cans Gulf Breeze Pelican

The Gulf Breeze Pelican is no longer in print. The paper, owned by the Gannett/PNJ, was published as competitor for the south Santa Rosa County…

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New interim publisher at PNJ and btw their circulation is down to 32,000 during the week.

The daily newspaper reported Carol Hudler, special assistant to U.S. newspaper division president Bob Dickey, and former president of the South Group of community papers,…

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Buzz: The Ax Man Cometh, Layoffs at PNJ

Gannett has mandated layoffs across its newspaper empire. Pensacola News Journal employees aren’t escaping the ax. Managing Editor Ginny Graybiel and Columnist Shannon Nickinson were…

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Daily drops comments on some articles

Not the Pensacola News Journal, but the Marion Star, another Gannett-owned paper. The Managing Editor Tom Graser writes that the paper will not allow reader…

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Gannett outsources comment moderation

The Gannett blog reports that Gannett has started outsourcing the moderation of the comments readers post on its websites. Gannett may have finally conceded that…

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