Gwinnett cuts days; group printing consolidated

The Gwinnett Post is cutting its printing days from 7 to 5 next month becoming a Wednesday-Sunday publication. In addition, several other papers in the SCNI group, which owns Gwinnett, are cutting from 5 to 3 days. Gwinnett will also begin printing some of its sister newspapers.
This is a trend across the country as daily newspapers cut costs by decreasing frequency and consolidating their printing. Along with this, Gwinnett and other daily papers are making a huge push toward digital content distribution.
I look for other daily papers to follow this trend in the coming months.

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One Response to Gwinnett cuts days; group printing consolidated

  1. Jackson County Resident says:

    Why would you have an active publishers blog link on your website for a blog that has not been updated since February?

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