Rugged Races LLC, a subsidiary of GateHouse Live and one of the largest endurance event companies in North America, has announced that Ronan Gardiner will be joining the company in the newly created role of vice president, chief revenue officer. Gardiner was most recently vice president, publishing director and chief revenue officer overseeing Men's Health, Runner's World and Bicycling magazines and their respective websites.MORE
Cox Media Group and GateHouse Media have announced that the operations of Cox's Southern Kitchen, the Atlanta-based Southern food and lifestyle brand, have been acquired by GateHouse.MORE
College basketball is right around the corner. Is your newspaper ready? Conference coverage planned? New ad revenue booked?MORE
"THE PRESIDENCY" – a new product offered by the GateHouse Media Center for News and Design and King Features – chronicles the 44 men who have held the highest office in the land.MORE
The Dix family, owner of Dix Communications, has sold their five daily newspapers, 18 weekly publications and related websites in northeastern and east-central Ohio to GateHouse Media, according to John Cribb, Cribb, Greene & Cope who represented the Dix family in the transaction.MORE
Yes, hard to believe, but college basketball season is here and the sports team at GateHouse Media's Center for News and Design is once again offering great coverage for your ACC, SEC and Big 10 hoops fans.MORE
Destin.com is for visitors and locals alike. And, the site's connection to the Northwest Florida Daily News puts it above all other coastal tourism-oriented websites.MORE
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When a reader has a good idea, it pays to listen.
A reader of The Herald Tribune in Batesville, Ind., asked the managing editor why the paper didn't list discounts for senior citizens on specials and services. The ME reported the conversation to Laura Welborn, regional publisher of Southeastern Indiana Media.
Why not, indeed? Welborn thought.
"A lot of times the seniors already know where the discounts are. They know to go to Waffle House on Tuesday nights," Welborn said. But targeting those discounts for regular advertising and grouping them together could be done with little expense.
In the next couple of weeks, The Herald Tribune, the Greensburg Daily News and Rushville Republican will launch Savvy Senior Savings, a classified advertising section that will tuck in behind the other classifieds for all print editions of the three newspapers. It will also be listed online.More