Gannett News Service

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  • Frequency: Daily
  • Release date: Daily
  • Moves with art: Yes
  • Moves with multimedia: No
  • Available: U.S. & Canada

Gannett News Service

Founded in 1943, this daily news service provides 2,000 monthly stories that cover the editorial spectrum. Subscribers receive international, national, state, sports, business and lifestyle stories from bureaus in countries around the world. The service also includes
30 special-interest columns. Contributors include USA TODAY, the Arizona Republic, the Des Moines Register, the Rochester (N.Y.) Democrat and Chronicle, the Courier-Journal (Louisville, Ky.) and the Cincinnati Enquirer. Moves with art.

Gannett News Service Samples

Megan Finnerty, The Arizona Republic [What would Jesus think about TipsForJesus?]: What would Jesus think about TipsForJesus?

Megan Finnerty, The Arizona Republic. There's nothing in the Bible to indicate Jesus was an especially good tipper.

Nate Ryan, USA TODAY Sports [Swan Racing re-evaluating NASCAR Sprint Cup future]: Swan Racing re-evaluating NASCAR Sprint Cup future

Nate Ryan, USA TODAY Sports. Swan Racing is re-evaluating its two-car venture in NASCAR's premier series after sponsorship failed to materialize.

Hadley Malcolm, USA TODAY [Hey, caffeine addicts: Unlimited coffee for $45]: Hey, caffeine addicts: Unlimited coffee for $45

Hadley Malcolm, USA TODAY. Perk up, caffeine lovers: A new app that made its way from Israel to the U.S. will get you unlimited coffee each month.

Note:(AT) Due to contractual obligations, newspapers that print this list must also print the list of contributing booksellers, which is at the bottom of the Top 50. Edited by USA TODAY. [bc-GAN-BK-SELL 0417]: bc-GAN-BK-SELL 0417

Note: Due to contractual obligations, newspapers that print this list must also print the list of contributing booksellers, which is at the bottom of the Top 50. If you have questions, contact Mary Cadden at 703-854-5376.

Kim Komando, Special for USA TODAY [Q and A: Making money on YouTube]: Q and A: Making money on YouTube

Kim Komando, Special for USA TODAY. Q. My boys, ages 11 and 12, are visiting relatives in China and have been making great movies on their journey. A. There are lots of people making millions on YouTube. WINDOWS TABLET TO REPLACE AN ANDROID.

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