By paulgillin | August 22, 2007 - 6:55 pm - Posted in Fake News

From Editor & Publisher: “At USA Today, advertising revenues plunged 15.9% on paid ad pages that fell to 276 from 334 in the year-ago period. Gannett said growth in the entertainment, pharmaceutical and restaurant categories at the national paper was offset by declines in the automotive, technology, retail, advocacy, and home and building categories. “



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