Guy Gannett

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The Seattle Times Company - Properties - Maine Newspapers
... of all the newspapers formerly published by Guy Gannett Communications (not related to the larger Gannett chain) ... Guy Gannett managers said they sold to The Seattle Times Company because of shared values -- both companies were fourth-generation family-owned news organizations ... ownership, and commitment to the community," said Guy Gannett spokesman Tim O'Meara ...
Guy Gannett Communications - History
... William Howard Gannett, of Augusta, Maine, first published Comfort magazine in 1888 -- an eight-page advertisement for a patent medicine -- but it was ... graduation from Yale University, the junior Gannett went into local politics ... Gannett invested in both companies ...
Guy Gannett Communications - Sales
... such as Press Herald managing editor Curt Hazlett, that the Guy Gannett papers could lose the qualities he associated with family-owned journalism “ "This ... and MediaNews Group, which had strong properties in nearby Massachusetts, Guy Gannett's managers decided to sell their newspapers to The Seattle Times Company, which ... sense of independence, of family ownership, and commitment to the community," said Guy Gannett spokesman Tim O'Meara ...
Evening Express (Portland, Maine) - History - The End
... In fall 1990, Guy Gannett Publishing Co ... under the leadership of heiress Jean Gannett Hawley, announced it would cease publication of the Evening Express the following February, citing the nationwide circulation ... The Maine Sunday Telegram continued under Guy Gannett ownership as the Sunday edition of the Portland Press Herald ...

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