Question: How Often Is USA Today Published?

How long is USA Today?

USA TODAY is owned by Gannett Co., Inc.


First Day of Issue – USA TODAY was launched on September 15, 1982.

Print Readership– GfK MRI Spring 2013 survey results report that USA TODAY has a daily readership of more than 3 million..

What year did USA Today start?

September 15, 1982USA Today/First issue date

Who bought USA Today?

owner GannettGateHouse Media owner to acquire USA TODAY owner Gannett. New Media Investment Group said Monday that it reached a deal to acquire Gannett, which owns USA TODAY and more than 100 other daily publications and digital marketing services such as ReachLocal.

Is USA Today profitable?

USA TODAY owner Gannett reported a net loss in the first quarter as the spread of the coronavirus reduced advertising spending from businesses hobbled by the pandemic, but the company turned a profit when factoring out one-time occurrences.

Is USA Today still published?

USA Today: circulation 2017-2019 In 2019, the Sunday issue of USA Today had a circulation of just 823 thousand copies, down from 2.55 million in the previous year. Daily circulation also fell significantly, from 2.6 million in 2018 to 1.39 million in 2019.

Where can I get a copy of USA Today?

The USA TODAY SmartEdition is available to you at home or at work, and is the same edition as the printed copy available at the newsstand. Sections and supplements are laid out just as in the print edition, but complemented by a variety of digital tools which enhance the printed newspaper’s look and feel.

Who owns USA Today?

GannettUSA TodayUSA Today front page (2 February 2017)TypeDaily newspaperFormatBroadsheetOwner(s)GannettFounder(s)Al Neuharth14 more rows

Which US newspaper has the largest circulation?

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal is America’s largest newspaper by paid circulation with more than 2.2 million subscribers.

How much does USA Today cost?

USA TODAY’s e-Newspaper Subscription: $9.99 per month.

Who is the publisher of USA Today?

Maribel Perez WadsworthUSA Today/Publishers