August 15, 2012 08:15 ET

Equity Research on Gannett Co. and New York Times Co. - Newspapers Working Hard to Adapt to the Modern Media World

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Newspapers such as Gannett Co. and The New York Times Company continue to face modern day challenges as the switch from print to digital advances. Print circulation has been declining, impacting demand for print advertising which had already been hampered by the recession. Get your free reports on Gannett Co. and The New York Times Company at There is no commitment to join. is the Ultimate Trading Environment for investors. If you are considering owning Gannett Co. and The New York Times Company then you should sign up for a free membership and our complimentary reports today. Over the last 5 years our returns outpaced any of the major indexes. Sign up today by clicking on the link below to find out what you are missing.

In the second quarter, Gannett saw ad revenue in its publishing segment drop by 8 percent. However, this was offset by gains in the company's broadcasting business where revenue increased by 11 percent. Overall, Gannett's second quarter earnings came in at 56 cents per share, down 3.4 percent compared to last year. Gannett Co. report is accessible for free by registering today at

As the industry evolves, newspaper companies have been under increasing pressure to adapt to the online market and Gannet seems poised to improve its chances. The company lately announced that it is preparing to acquire media and technology company BLiNQ Media, which could better its advertising and ability to engage with customers through social networks.

Meanwhile, The New York Times may be continuing its divesture activity as rumors swirl that the company might sell its how-to website to in a deal worth around $270 million. The New York Times Company report is accessible for free by registering today at

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