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Newspaper Division’s Carleton F. Rosenburgh to Retire

MCLEAN, Va. – Carleton F. Rosenburgh, senior vice president in the Newspaper Division of Gannett Co., Inc., has announced he will retire at the end of the year.

“Carleton has made a major contribution to both the Gannett Company and to the industry,” said Gary L. Watson, president of the Newspaper Division. “We thank and applaud him for all his efforts and wish him well.”

Rosenburgh, 62, joined Gannett in 1986. He was named to his current position in 1991. He has served as a member of the Gannett Newspaper Operating Committee. He also served as a member of the board of directors of the Audit Bureau of Circulations from 1989 through this year. He is a past chairman and president of the International Circulation Managers Association. He is a director of Kids Voting USA and a trustee of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Telecommunications at Arizona State University.

He previously held management positions with Philadelphia Newspapers, Inc., and with the New York Daily News.

He holds degrees from Yale University and New York University.

Gannett Co., Inc. is an international news and information company that publishes 97 daily newspapers in the USA, including USA TODAY, the nation’s largest-selling daily newspaper. The company also owns in excess of 300 non-daily publications in the USA and USA WEEKEND, a weekly newspaper magazine. In the United Kingdom, Gannett subsidiary Newsquest plc publishes more than 300 titles, including 15 daily newspapers. Gannett also operates 22 television stations in the United States and is an Internet leader with sites sponsored by most of its TV stations and newspapers including, one of the most popular news sites on the web.