U.K. Still more work at the 23 television stations. Some are at CareerBuilder, PointRoll, and Captivate. Then there's Gannett Digital, Clipper and the Gannett Healthcare Group magazines. Don't forget Army Times Publishing, Gannett Offset, and the Centers of Excellence, plus the Regional Toning Centers, the Gannett Production Centers, and many other worksites I don't have room to list. Finally, there's Corporate itself; being representative of the global workforce, these 500 include about 10 folks from the Crystal Palace's Gannett Tower.
By occupation, the group would include assistant circulation managers; TV master control technicians; payroll clerks; magazine photo editors; press operators; advertising design artists; software engineers; security guards; advertising sales people; TV camera operators; receptionists; newspaper reporters and editors; truck drivers, and many, many other positions.
Now, give each of them paper and pencil, and ask them to write down the name of Gannett's CEO.
Question: How many would answer correctly?