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  • Gannett to acquire Belo Corp. in deal valued at $2.2 billion

    Gannett Co. has reached an agreement to acquire Belo Corp., owner of 20 big-city television stations, in a deal valued at $2.2 billion. The deal, unveiled Thursday morning, will almost double the number of TV stations Gannett owns, going from 23 to 43....
  • Gannett's TV deal for Belo worries media watchdogs

    Gannett's TV deal for Belo worries media watchdogs
    Gannett Co.'s proposed acquisition of Belo Corp. is the latest in a slew of deals in the television industry. Last week, Media General acquired Young Broadcasting to create a company that will own 30 TV stations in 27 markets. In April, Sinclair...
  • For the record

    Production company: In the June 14 Calendar section, an article about the movie production company A24 misspelled the name of the Weinstein Co., where A24 employee Noah Sacco previously worked, as the Einstein Co. Media deal: In the June 14 Business...
  • Air Force investigates airmen photo: 'It saddens me'

     
    In the photo, an airman can be seen posing amid a crowd of fellow airmen, tucked inside an open transfer case, a white noose and black chain around his neck. “Da Dumpt, Da Dumpt” reads the photo caption, “Sucks 2 Be U!”...
  • Craig Dubow resigns as Gannett CEO; Gracia Martore to take post

     
    Newspaper and television giant Gannett Co. is restructuring its executive ranks in the wake of the sudden resignation of its chairman and chief executive because of health issues. Craig Dubow, 56, who has been with Gannett for 30 years, resigned......
  • NBC sets Jay Leno's prime-time exit and return to late night; still no deal with Conan O'Brien

     
    Jay Leno's prime-time career on NBC will end on Feb. 12. Whether Conan O'Brien's late-night career with the network will also be ending next month remains to be seen. Speaking to reporters at the semiannual Television Critics Assn.'s press tour,......
  • Rocky Mountain News closing after Friday edition