Media and Advertising
Plenty of HorneJul 6th, 2020 by Michael Horne
Quad CEO ignites Black Lives Matters spat, later apologizes to 179-member staff of Minneapolis ad agency.
Back in the NewsJun 23rd, 2020 by Bruce Murphy
New site even more USA Today-like, a cookie cutter version of other Gannett papers.
Back in the NewsMay 25th, 2020 by Bruce Murphy
As ad sales plummet, Gannett wants stories to support advertising initiative.
Murphy’s LawMay 20th, 2020 by Bruce Murphy
Mike Crute’s stations, audience growing, so why the resistance from Democratic leaders?
Your Right to KnowMay 1st, 2020 by Natalie A. Harris
The president's campaign is suing a local television station in Rhinelander for running a political ad that allegedly defamed him.
Apr 21st, 2020 by Tannette Johnson-Elie
Colleagues remember a writer who was “unapologetically black,” unafraid of controversy.
Apr 18th, 2020 by Alana Watson and Bridgit Bowden
“Incredibly talented” columnist for Journal Sentinel, dead at 63, mourned by community.
Back in the NewsMar 30th, 2020 by Bruce Murphy
Gannett revenue down due to pandemic, announces budget cuts, furloughs.
Plenty of HorneMar 20th, 2020 by Michael Horne
Will continue online, publisher says. Madison's "Isthmus" suspends operations entirely.
Plenty of HorneFeb 10th, 2020 by Michael Horne
Newsbank, JS owners look to squeeze libraries for millions and they can't afford to pay it.
Back in the NewsJan 6th, 2020 by Bruce Murphy
Readers urged to read Michael Wolff’s “brutally honest’ column. It hasn’t run in two years.
Murphy’s LawDec 11th, 2019 by Bruce Murphy
Seven more journalists leaving, including some big names, as paper shrinks further.