More than ever, the new plan emphasizes local news in a bid to recover readers frustrated by newspapers that have lost their relevance. "The news is delivered where they want it, how they want it, when they want it," Gannett says.
Sounds like the Information Center model announced in fall 2006, right? Guess again! That was actually Senior Vice President Phil Currie announcing the then-new program -- Real Life, Real News -- in September 2003. Is it any wonder we're cynical about the latest flavor-of-the-moment initiative dreamed up at Corporate?
There! I've gotten all that in my First Five Graphs and I've hit every one of the 10 blocks in the News 2000 pyramid. Plus, I'm gay, which means I get points for diversity and mainstreaming!
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