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525 W Broadway, Louisville, KY 40202
Near Central Louisville and Central Business District
1,000 - 10,000 Books
The Courier-Journal daily newspaper serves Louisville, Ky., and surrounding areas. The company is a subsidiary of Gannett Company. Gannett publishes more than 85 daily newspapers and more than 900 non-daily publications. The company operates Web sites that offer news and advertising customized to each market served by its publications. In addition, the company operates newspapers in the United Kingdom under the name Newsquest. Gannett also operates more than 20 television stations in the United States and delivers news and advertising to viewers through its Captivate subsidiary. Another Gannett subsidiary, PointRoll, provides online advertisers with media marketing services through partnership investments with such enterprises as CareerBuilder employment advertising, Classified Ventures auto and real estate ads, Topix.net news content aggregation, ShermansTravel travel service, ShopLocal marketing and advertising and 4INFO mobile phone search services. The Courier-Journal is headquartered in Louisville, Ky.
OK newspaper, but very light on Indiana news (excludes all IN college sports except IU), and has a very liberal, democratic bias in its editorial section and sometimes even puts a liberal bias in it's reporting of the news. Is also one sided in many community news issues, such as IN/KY bridge,etc.
Firstly, the Gannet Co. and the Courier are a news biased company. I don't read it often, except for local news. Second, that is to say, when I actually get the paper delivered as promised.
I am very tired of having to go through the personless system they have to rectify delivery issues. They only have a human speak to you if you want to cancel, which I'm about to do.
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