Mission: As media company that strives to push the boundaries of what content is, how it's experienced and how it's used, we are reshaping our business: one reimagined news organization that stretches from national to local; one technology strategy that ...
USA TODAY NETWORK's talented VR production team is giving The International Consumer Electronics Show attendees something to remember the ride of their lives by. Read more about our team's exciting virtual reality ventures and see what other exciting innovations we are working towards!
We take pride in our team's persistence and commitment to finding the truth for our audiences, especially when it leads to justice and change for those affected. Read how our brand, the IndyStar helped start a difficult conversation with the amazing publication of "Out Of Balance", that will continue to improve our local and national communities for everyone.
We encourage everyone to be brave, try something new, and have fun while they're doing it. Because following the rules is the opposite of inventive, and we're striving to discover the 'what's next'. We're a collaborative bunch, a performance-based culture, that continually fosters ongoing education and development to keep you inspired. Our goal is to help you create work that you’re proud of and excel in what we can accomplish together.
Gannett Co. Inc. traces its origins to 1906, when founder Frank E. Gannett and his associates bought a half interest in upstate New York's Elmira Gazette. From that point on, Gannett continued to acquire and oversee multiple local newspapers along the Northeastern United States, and eventually throughout the country. In 1982, Gannett created USA TODAY, a national newspaper that approached content and design in a bold new way.
On August 5, 2014, Gannett announced it was splitting into two separate organizations. The former head of U.S. Community Publishing, Robert Dickey, was named to lead the new Gannett as its president and CEO. This split has allowed us the freedom to explore brand new content and storytelling methods through existing, emerging, and ‘not-yet-invented’ technologies. That’s where you come in!
Since its founding nearly 20 years ago, Gannett Foundation — with the help of Gannett employees — has given more than $171 million to thousands of charitable projects across the U.S. and the U.K. Last year alone Gannett Foundation made more than 1,000 grants and matched more than 3,900 employee donations to non-profits for a total of $6.9 million.
And we will be launching A Community Thrives in 2016, which opens up opportunities for all communities to get involved in using creative thinking to solve our nations issues, backed by us.
I have been working at Gannett full-time
Great teammates...supportive and understanding supervisors.
Stressful never "finished" at the end of the day.
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Gannett (Livonia, MI) in February 2017.
Phone interview, management interview, assessment test - if they like you, interview with president of sales division. The overall experience was not horrible. The assessment tests were pretty difficult.