Regarding the loss of artist jobs in the TV division, a reader says of Gannett's drive to consolidate work in faraway locations: "They have the nerve to send photo toning out of state, broadcast graphics to Denver, stories to a copy desk several counties away, and ad production to India, and then call themselves your town's 'hometown newspaper.' . . . There is a very intrinsic value to having your local news produced by those who know the community."
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