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Gannett Company, Inc. Template:Nyse 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. Its assets include the national newspaper USA TODAY, and the weekly USA WEEKEND. The company was founded in 1906 by Frank Gannett, and started in newspaper ownership. Its headquarters are in McLean, a community in Fairfax County, Virginia, which is a suburb of Washington, D.C..

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NewspapersEdit

USA

Alabama

Arizona

Arkansas

California

Colorado

Connecticut

Template:ImageStackRight Delaware

Florida

Guam

Hawaii

Illinois

Indiana

Iowa

Kentucky

Louisiana

Maryland

Michigan

Minnesota

Mississippi

Missouri

Montana

Nevada

New Jersey

New York

North Carolina

Ohio

Oregon

Pennsylvania

South Carolina

South Dakota

Tennessee

Texas

Utah

Vermont

Virginia

Washington

West Virginia

Wisconsin

Others

TelevisionEdit

Current DMA# Market Station Owned Since Current Affiliation
8. Washington, D.C. WDVM-TV/WUSA 9 1986 CBS
9. Atlanta WXIA-TV 11 1979 NBC
WATL 36 2006 MyNetworkTV
12. St. Petersburg - Tampa WTSP 10 1996 CBS
13. Mesa - Phoenix, AZ KPNX 12 1979 NBC
Flagstaff, Arizona KNAZ 2 1997 NBC
15. Minneapolis - St. Paul WTCN-TV/KARE 11 1983 NBC
17. Cleveland WKYC-TV 3 1995 NBC
18. Denver KTVD 20 2006 MyNetworkTV
KBTV/KUSA-TV 9 1979 NBC
20. Sacramento - Stockton - Modesto, CA KXTV 10 1999 ABC
21. St. Louis KSDK 5 1995 NBC
39. Grand Rapids-Battle Creek-Kalamazoo, MI WZZM 13 1997 ABC
47. Greensboro - High Point - Winston-Salem, N.C. WFMY-TV 2 1988 CBS
49. Buffalo WGRZ-TV 2 1997 NBC
50. Jacksonville WTLV 12 1988 NBC
WJXX 25 2000 ABC
57. Little Rock KTHV 11 1994 CBS
60. Knoxville WBIR-TV 10 1995 NBC
74. Portland, Maine WCSH-TV 6 1998 NBC
83. Columbia, South Carolina WLTX 19 1998 CBS
121. Macon, Georgia WMAZ-TV 13 1995 CBS
152. Bangor, Maine WLBZ-TV 2 1998 NBC

Television stations formerly owned by GannettEdit

Current DMA# Market Station Years Owned Current Affiliation/Owner
7. Boston WLVI-TV 56 1983-1994 CW affiliate owned by Sunbeam Television
13. Kingman-Phoenix, Arizona KMOH-TV 6 1997-2004 Spanish-language independent owned by Bela Television
33. Cincinnati WLWT 5 1995-1997 NBC affiliate owned by Hearst-Argyle Television
45. Oklahoma City KOCO-TV 5 1979-1997 ABC affiliate owned by Hearst-Argyle Television
KTVY 4
(now KFOR-TV)
1986* NBC affiliate owned by The New York Times Company
(station for sale, currently awaiting new buyer [1])
48. Louisville WLKY-TV 32 1979-1983 CBS affiliate owned by Hearst-Argyle Television
52. Austin, Texas KVUE 24 1986-1999 ABC affiliate owned by Belo Corporation
57. Little Rock KARK-TV 4 1979-1983 NBC affiliate owned by Nexstar Broadcasting Group
59. Mobile, AL-Pensacola, FL WALA-TV 10 1986* Fox affiliate owned by LIN Television
70. Tuscon, Arizona KOLD-TV 13 1986* CBS affiliate owned by Raycom Media
72. Honolulu KHON-TV 2 1979 Fox affiliate owned by Montecito Broadcast Group
78. Rochester, New York WHEC-TV 10 1953-1979 NBC affiliate owned by Hubbard Broadcasting
(original company flagship)
106. Fort Wayne, Indiana WPTA 21 1979-1983 ABC affiliate owned by Malara Broadcasting
(operated under LMA by Granite Broadcasting)

*: Stations acquired with Gannett's purchase of The Detroit News, dealt to Knight-Ridder a day later. Gannett never held control of these stations.

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