Talk:Gannett Company

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"Mojo Pioneer" Claim Preposterous.[edit]

"Beginning in 2005 at the Fort Myers News-Press, Gannett pioneered the mojo concept of mobile multimedia journalists," it sez here. 2005 is a weeeee bit late for pioneering in this department.

In Toronto both CBC and Moses' Znaimer's private organization have had journalists with over-the-shoulder video cameras running around in the streets since the early 1990's.

At This Hour Has Seven Days we used to call the mobile unit "the seven ton pencil" back in 1966 when we sent it out doing, uh, mojo.

-dlj.

DavidLJ (talk) 03:51, 23 June 2014 (UTC)