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a business firm that publishes newspapers

the physical object that is the product of a newspaper publisher

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cheap paper made from wood pulp and used for printing newspapers

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Think about what not having a daily newspaper would mean.
At daily newspapers in particular, where strong-willed editors as well as unions or guilds have traditionally had a great deal of influence, this concept is fairly experimental.
American Publishing Company is the second largest newspaper publishing group in the United States, as measured by the number of paid daily newspapers owned and operated, and one of the 30 largest in terms of paid circulation.
There will never be another major daily newspaper quite like it.
There are only 11 competitive daily newspaper cities left in America today; in all other cities, the newspaper functions as a monopoly and, therefore, an aggressive price raiser," stated William Lilley III, president of Policy Communications, Inc.
The Best in Business contest has two main components - the SECTION competition to select outstanding daily newspaper business sections and weekly business newspapers, and the NEWS contest to select the best individual stories or packages of stories published by the business news media.
BlueLine Media Holdings LLC of Neenah, Wisconsin, purchased The Daily News, a daily newspaper located in Rhinelander, Wisconsin, from Lee Enterprises.
has acquired Lee's smallest stand-alone daily newspaper, The Daily News, in Rhinelander.
announced plans to sell the Shawano Leader, another stand-alone daily newspaper in northern Wisconsin, as well as its substantial commercial printing operations, to BlueLine.
Gannett also publishes 90 daily newspapers in the USA, including USA TODAY, the nation's largest-selling daily newspaper.
Ainsley will also oversee the Company's investment in Metro Boston, a free daily newspaper targeting well-educated young professionals, and the Globe's strategic relationship with New England Sports Ventures, which owns the Boston Red Sox and a majority interest in the New England Sports Network.
is a leading international news and information company that publishes 99 daily newspapers in the USA, including USA TODAY, the nation's largest-selling daily newspaper.
Lee also announced intentions to sell its smallest stand-alone daily newspaper, The Daily News, in Rhinelander, Wis.
Journal Register Company owns 22 daily newspapers and 344 non-daily publications.
To date, Monster has forged relationships with seven media companies that represent 45 daily newspapers and eight television properties.