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List of Gannett Company assets

Gannett Company owns over 90 daily newspapers, nearly 1,000 weekly newspapers, more than 30 television stations, and more. These operations are in 41 U.S. states and six countries.[1]

Newspapers

United States

Alabama

Arizona

Arkansas

California

Colorado

Delaware

Florida

Guam

Indiana

Iowa

Kentucky

Louisiana

Maryland

Michigan

Minnesota

Mississippi

Missouri

Montana

Nevada

New Jersey

New York

North Carolina

Ohio

Oregon

South Carolina

South Dakota

Tennessee

Utah

Vermont

Virginia

Wisconsin

Others

United Kingdom

Broadcast assets

Stations are arranged in alphabetical order by state and city of license.

Notes:

  • (§§) – Indicates a station owned by Combined Communications Corporation, prior to its acquisition by Gannett in 1979.
  • (¤¤) – Indicates a station owned by Multimedia, Inc., prior to its acquisition by Gannett in 1995.
  • (##) – Indicates stations involved in the Argyle II swap in 1997.
  • (++) – Indicates a station owned by Belo Corporation prior to its acquisition by Gannett in 2013.
  • (~~) – Indicates a station acquired from London Broadcasting Company in 2014.

Current Gannett-owned stations

Other Notes:

  • 1 Owned by Sander Media, LLC, Gannett operates these stations through a shared services agreement (SSA).
  • 2 KTTU is owned by Tucker Operating Co, LLC. Both KTTU and KMSB (owned by Sander Media, LLC) are operated through a SSA by Raycom Media CBS affiliate KOLD-TV.

Former Gannett-owned stations

Stations are arranged in alphabetical order by state and city of license.

Note:

  • (**) - Indicates a station that was built and/or signed-on by Gannett.

Television stations

Other Notes:

  • 1: KTVY, KOLD-TV and WALA-TV were acquired with Gannett's purchase of The Detroit News, but were subsequently spun off to Knight-Ridder a day later in order for Gannett to comply with the FCC's then-current limits on group ownership.
  • 2: WDAN-TV changed call letters to WICD following its sale, and in 1967 was merged with WCHU (channel 33) in Champaign into the present-day WICD on channel 15.
  • 3 As part of the Gannett/Belo merger, KMOV, KTVK, and KASW were transferred to Sander Media, LLC; Gannett planned to operate the stations through shared service agreements. However, on December 16, 2013, the Department of Justice ordered that the parties (Gannett, Belo and Sander) had a period of 120 days to divest KMOV to a government-approved independent third-party that would be barred from entering into any agreements with Gannett, in order to fully preserve competition in advertising sales with KSDK. On December 23, shortly after the approval and completion of the Gannett/Belo deal, Meredith Corporation announced that it would purchase KMOV, KTVK and KASW in a $407.4 million deal.[1] The KMOV sale was completed on February 28, 2014.[2] The KTVK/KASW sale was completed on June 19.[3]
  • 4: Gannett purchased the construction permit for WINR-TV and signed the station on in 1957. Because of this, WHEC-TV and WDAN-TV are the only television stations built from the ground-up by Gannett.
  • 5: WHEC-TV's frequency was shared with WVET-TV, owned by Veterans Broadcasting, from its 1953 sign-on until 1961 when Gannett purchased full ownership of the frequency.

Radio stations

(a partial listing)

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AM Stations FM Stations

Cable Channels

Other assets

References

  1. ^ "Meredith Buying Three Stations From Gannett". TVNewsCheck. Retrieved 23 December 2013. 
  2. ^ Brown, Lisa (February 28, 2014). "Meredith Corp. closes on $177 million purchase of KMOV".  
  3. ^ Gannett-Sander Complete Phoenix Sale, TVNewsCheck, Retrieved 19 June, 2014.



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