Gannett announced The Gannett Digital Media Network, which ties together more than 100 digital communities with a combined reach of 25 million people.
Included in the network are Gannett’s best-of-breed news and information sites, led by USATODAY.com. It also includes the local sites for Gannett’s network of newspaper and broadcast properties, representing some of the most recognized brands in their communities, such as AZCentral.com and IndyStar.com.
Gannett says the network can also help marketers build relationships with influential audiences on a variety of growing niche sites, including:
•MomsLikeMe.com (www.momslikeme.com), an innovative new local social network for moms in 80 markets across the country;
•HighSchoolSports.net (www.highschoolsports.net), the largest prep sports site in the country, reaching teens, moms and dads;
•Metromix.com (www.metromix.com), the local entertainment and nightlife guide reaching the young urban market; and
•BNQT.com (www.bnqt.com), which operates the leading action sports network online, attracting millennials and extreme sports enthusiasts everywhere.
Said Josh Resnik, vice president and general manager of the Gannett Digital Media Network: “National advertisers will be thrilled with the opportunities presented to them by our Network. We can combine the broad reach of our network with the engagement and affinity found on local sites to help marketers effectively reach their target customers.”