McLean-based newspaper publisher sells BridgeTower Media to Transom Capital Group
McLean-based Gannett Co. Inc., the nation’s largest newspaper publisher, sold its business media and B2B marketing subsidiary, BridgeTower Media, to Los Angeles-based middle-market private equity firm Transom Capital Group, the
Cuts follow layoffs at Richmond, Roanoke and Charlottesville papers
Two more Virginia newspapers — The Free Lance-Star in Fredericksburg and The News & Advance in Lynchburg — have dismissed employees, following newsroom layoffs last week at three other publications
Lee Enterprises eliminates newsroom jobs at newspapers, unions say
Updated Sept. 11 At least five newsroom staffers at the Richmond Times-Dispatch were told Friday that they were being laid off by owner Lee Enterprises. Four people laid off were
Daily Progress copy editors' jobs moving to Midwest hub
The Daily Progress newspaper in Charlottesville will lay off its four-person copy desk in early October, as Iowa-based owner Lee Enterprises eliminates local jobs in favor of a consolidated copy
Paul Bascobert will leave company
McLean-based Gannett Co. Inc., the nation’s largest newspaper publisher, announced Friday that its board of directors has decided to eliminate the CEO position for Gannett Media Corp., its operating company.
McLean-based media giant is America's largest newspaper publisher.
McLean-based Gannett Co. Inc., the nation’s largest newspaper publisher, sent an email to employees Monday announcing mass layoffs, furloughs and pay cuts, according to The Daily Beast. Like other media
Lee Enterprises is purchasing Richmond Times-Dispatch, 30 other dailies in 10 states.
Berkshire Hathaway Inc. is selling its BH Media Group publications portfolio, which includes the Richmond Times-Dispatch and nine other Virginia newspapers, to Lee Enterprises Inc., which has been managing the