Green Bay Press-Gazette
|Founded||1866 (as the Green Bay Gazette)|
83,166 Sunday 
The Green Bay Press-Gazette is a newspaper whose primary coverage is of northeastern Wisconsin, including Green Bay. It was founded as the Green Bay Gazette in 1866 as a weekly paper, becoming a daily newspaper in 1871. The Green Bay Gazette merged with its major competitor, the Green Bay Free Press in 1915, assuming its current title. The newspaper was purchased by Gannett in March 1980. Its circulation is 57,675 for the daily morning paper, and 83,166 for the Sunday edition.
In 1972, an internal labor dispute led to the creation of the Green Bay News-Chronicle by striking workers. In 2004, the News-Chronicle was taken over by Press-Gazette publisher, Gannett, who closed it in 2005.
On March 24, 2012, seven Press-Gazette employees were among 25 Gannett employees in Wisconsin whom Gannet announced would be disciplined for signing the petition to recall Governor Scott Walker. Gannett stated that this was a violation of the company's code of journalistic ethics.
- "About Gannett: Green Bay Press-Gazette". Gannett Co., Inc. Retrieved 2006-11-24.
- Lovett, Genia (March 24, 2012). "Genia Lovett column: Post-Crescent journalists shouldn't have signed Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker recall petitions". The Post-Crescent (Appleton, WI). Archived from the original on March 27, 2012.
- Green Bay Press Gazette. March 24, 2012.
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