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| A whois on the domain leads me to believe that 'The News Journal' is owned by someone called Information Network, Inc, GanSat. AKA; Gannett Media Technologies International (GMTI), a subsidiary of Gannett Co.|
Gannett Co., Inc. is a leading international news and information company that reaches audiences through publishing, television and the Internet. Gannett is the largest newspaper group in the U.S. where it publishes 100 daily newspapers including USA TODAY, the nation's largest-selling daily newspaper. Gannetts combined average daily U.S. circulation is 7.7 million and 7.2 million on Sunday. Gannett also owns almost 500 non-daily publications in the US and USA WEEKEND, a weekly newspaper magazine with a circulation of 23.7 million.
And on the usatoday website i get "© Copyright 2003 USA TODAY, a division of Gannett Co. Inc."
It doesn't appear that Gannett is owned or operated by any of the 9 major media corporations - I think they are their own entity.
All information is verifiable. Research done on
»www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline ··· /giants/
And information used to verify gansat's relations as a subsidiary to Gannett inc was found at www.ftc.gov
Also, delawareonline displays two Gannett logos on the bottom of their website, along with one of USATODAY, a subsidiary of Gannett as stated above.
I refuse to have a battle of wits with an unarmed person!
Re: Nybbles? OK since there are 8 bits per byte or 2 nibbles in a byte that would come to:
3000000Mb / 4N = 750000N or .75MN
But I am tired and somewhat sleep deprived this morning.
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