Q&A with Al Neuharth
Al Neuharth talked about the 25-year history of USA Today and the future of the newspaper industry. The newspaper is celebrating its… read more
Al Neuharth talked about the 25-year history of USA Today and the future of the newspaper industry. The newspaper is celebrating its 25th anniversary on September 15, 2007. Mr. Neuharth is also the former chairman and CEO of the Gannett Company, which publishes USA Today.
The first issue of USA Today ran off a printer in Springfield, Virginia, on September 15, 1982, with an initial print run of more than 360,000 copies. Today it has a circulation of 2.3 million with a daily readership of 4.4 million and is published via satellite at 36 locations in the United States and four sites abroad. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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