I've now published a spreadsheet, listing 78 newspapers and their assigned page production hubs, which Gannett is calling News Design Centers. It was provided to me by a reader, after Gannett confirmed today that it's launching five large pagination hubs over the next two years. They are to be based at the Asbury Park Press in New Jersey; The Courier-Journal in Louisville; The Des Moines Register; The Tennessean at Nashville, and The Arizona Republic in Phoenix.
The original spreadsheet includes the following caveat: "This document shows which newspapers are assigned to which News Design Center, based on information we have now. It is possible that additional research might require that we make adjustments to these assignments."
Note: Gannett lists 81 dailies in its U.S. Community Publishing division; they exclude USA Today and the Detroit Free Press. I have been unable to account for three of those papers, which appear to be missing from the document supplied to me. (Update at 10:27 p.m. ET: Guam is exempt, so that accounts for one of the three.)
Also, I've now added a related memo and FAQ from News Department Vice President Kate Marymont.
Earlier: Stripped to a "flying gas can," we start the final leg