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J-W to partner with Gannett for advertising production

October 3, 2012

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Effective at the end of the month, the Journal-World will join a growing number of newspapers outsourcing its advertising production to a centralized facility.

The move is expected to improve service to advertisers because the new production facility, operated by Gannett Co. Inc. in Des Moines, Iowa, will be staffed at a level to permit more timely turnaround of ads both for digital insertion and for print products. The ability to transmit digital files over the Internet makes the service possible.

The Journal-World, which has a long history of printing USA TODAY for Gannett, is believed to be the first non-Gannett newspaper to contract for the outsourced service; the Des Moines staff heretofore has handled ad production only for other Gannett properties.

The change is expected to affect seven employees at the J-W plant.

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kufan1146 1 year, 5 months ago

And the ship continues taking on water.... not long before it sinks!

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Budgets_Smudgets 1 year, 6 months ago

I think in journalistic circles, this headline & article would be described as "burying the lead."

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oneeye_wilbur 1 year, 6 months ago

Watch for the J/Wbuilding to become retail and restaurant , bars. The paper can be printed at east hills business park and then boast of new job creation. Pitch used to be published here but it pulled out over sales tax the loonies charged in Lawrece. True or false?

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Keith 1 year, 6 months ago

"The move is expected to improve service to advertisers because the new production facility, operated by Gannett Co. Inc. in Des Moines, Iowa..."

Yes, because nothing says improved service like moving it out of town.

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cowboy 1 year, 6 months ago

So old Dolph outsources 7 jobs out of Lawrence , Dolph the same guy who flies the right wing mantra of the almighty "job creators" and now you who are rich because of local money ship 7 skilled jobs off to Iowa.

Bronx cheer to you hypocrite.

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absolutelyridiculous 1 year, 6 months ago

And back on the island, the natives morn the loss of being able to provide Mr. Howell his coconut—ini's. Too bad for the seven folks in the ad room. Way to keep it local.

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hyperinflate 1 year, 6 months ago

First they came for my advertising. And I said nothing.

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