Among newspapers that have said they will close, or have already closed, production plants, since 2004 (some dates approximate). List as of January 2015.
--Cape Cod Times in Hyannis, Mass. and the Standard Times in New Bedford to the Providence (R.I.) Journal, Jan.
--Balletine Communications' Colorado papers: The Durango Herald, The Cortez Journal, The Mancos Times, Pine River and The Dolores Star to The Daily Times in Farmington, N.M., Nov.
--The Blade in Toledo, Ohio, to Detroit Media Partnership, Sept.
Quad/Graphics shuttered its plant in Marengo, Iowa, March 2014. The plant printed Sunday advertising inserts, Sunday comic sections and large-format publications.
--Tribune Media inserting facility, 700 W. Chicago Ave., Chicago, in late 2012.
--San Jose (Calif.) Mercury News production split between Media News Group's Hayward (Calif.) and Concord (Calif.) production plants, April.
--The Gazette in Colorado Springs, Colo., to The Denver Post, April. (Clarity Media Group to Digital First Media/MediaNews Group)
--The Herald in Everett, Wash., to Sound Publishing Inc., expected in March (Washington Post Co. to SPI as part of SPI's purchase of The Herald)
--Cincinnati Enquirer, to Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch, March 11. (Gannett Co. Inc. to privately held.)
--Garden Island in Lihue, Hawaii, to Honolulu Star-Advertiser (Lee to Oahu Publications Inc. February.
--Albany (Ga.) Herald to Tallahassee (Fla.) Democrat, Oct. 25. (Southern Community Newspapers to Gannett)
--Statesman Journal in Salem, Ore., to The (Portland) Oregonian, October 15. (Gannett to Advance Publications)
--The Daily Press in Newport News, Va., to Richmond (Va.) Times-Dispatch, summer. (Tribune Co. to Media General.)
Tri-City Herald in Kennewick, Wash., to Yakima (Wash.) Herald-Republic, mid-August. (McClatchy to Seattle Times Co.)
--Huntsville (Ala.) Times to Birmingham (Ala.) News, July 15. (Both Advance Publications)
--The Livingston (Mich.) Daily Press & Argus to Ann Arbor (Mich.) Offset, July 1. (Gannett to Advance Publications)
--Porterville (Calif.) Recorder to Visalia (Calif.) Times-Delta, summer. (Freedom to Gannett)
--North County Times in Escondido, Calif., to UT-San Diego. (North County Times formerly printed at A.H. Belo's Press-Enterprise in Riverside, Calif. When Lee sold North County Times to UT-San Diego, the publisher moved printing from Riverside to San Diego. Belo is currently exploring legal options.)
--USA Today Southern California edition to Los Angeles Times, May 7. (MediaNews Group to Tribune)
--Telegram & Gazette in Worcester, Mass., to Boston Globe, second quarter (NYT to NYT).
The Topeka (Kan.) Capital-Journal to Kansas City (Mo.) Star, May 7. (Morris Publishing to McClatchy)
--Fremont (Neb.) Tribune to Lincoln (Neb.) Journal Star, April 23. Move also includes the Columbus (Neb.) Telegram, which was produced by Tribune. (All Lee Enterprises)
--Log Cabin Democrat in Conway, Ark., to The Courier in Russellville, Ark., April 13. (Morris Publishing to Paxton Media)
--New Jersey Herald in Sussex County, N.J., to North Jersey Media Group, April 2. (Privately held to privately held)
--Daily Record in Morristown, N.J., to Asbury Park (N.J.) Press, March. (Gannett to Gannett; the publisher in 2009 had moved printing of the Daily Record to AFL Web Printing.
--Athens (Ga.) Banner-Herald to Atlanta Journal-Constitution, March 12. (Morris Publishing to Cox Media)
--Public Opinion in Chambersburg, Pa., to York (Pa.) Daily Record and York Dispatch, March 4. (MediaNews unit of Digital First Media to MediaNews unit of DFM; York Newspapers also handles printing and distribution of Lebanon (Pa.) Daily News and the Hanover (Pa.) Evening Sun, other MNG papers.)
--Syracuse (Neb.) Journal-Democrat, Nebraska City (Neb.) News-Press and associated publications to undisclosed site, March 2. (GateHouse Media to undisclosed)
--Sturgis (Mich.) Journal to Allegan (Mich.) Flashes, March 2. (GateHouse Media Inc. to GateHouse Media Inc.
--New Haven (Conn.) Register, Register Citizen in Torrington, Conn., and Middletown (Conn.) Press to Hartford (Conn.) Courant, February. (Journal Register Co. unit of Digital First Media to Tribune Co.) Agreement also covers The Hour in Norwalk, Conn., which the Register printed for The Hour Publishing Co.
--The Herald News in Fall River Mass. to Providence (R.I.) Journal and Boston Globe, Feb. 4. (GateHouse Media to Belo and New York Times Co.)
--The Taunton (Mass.) Daily Gazette to Gannett Publishing Services, Norwood, Mass., February. (GateHouse Media to Gannett Co. Inc.)
--The Flint (Mich.) Journal to Bay City (Mich) Times, Feb. 2. (Both Advance Publications/Booth Newspapers)
--The Boston Herald to The Boston Globe (Privately held to New York Times Co.), Jan. 23. The agreement replaces a September 2008 pact in which the Herald outsourced some of its printing to Gannett Offset in Norwich, Mass. Dow Jones' Chicopee, Mass., facility will still produce some editions of the Herald.
--The New York Times Southern California edition to Los Angeles Times (Southwest Offset to Tribune)
--Effingham (Ill.) Daily News and Shelbyville (Ill.) Daily Union to Tribune Star in Terre Haute, Ind. (CNHI to CNHI) Tribune Star also prints sister CNHI publications Commercial News in Danville, Ill., Washington (Ind.) Times-Herald and Hendricks County Flyer in Avon, Ind.
--Glasgow (Ky.) Daily Times to Jeffersonville (Ind.) News & Tribune. (Both CNHI)
--Claremore (Okla.) Daily Progress to Norman (Okla) Transcript. (Both CNHI) Transcript also prints sister CNHI publications Duncan (Okla.) Banner, the American in Moore, Okla., Pauls Valley (Okla.) Daily Democrat, Chickasha (Okla.) Express Star and Waurika (Okla.) News Democrat.
--The Star Beacon in Ashtabula, Ohio, to Tribune Chronicle in Warren, Ohio. (CNHI to Ogden)
--Clinton (Iowa) Herald to Quad Cities Times in Davenport, Iowa. (CNHI to Lee Enterprises
--The Meridian (Miss.) Star and (non-daily) Star Herald in Koscuisko, Miss., to Clarion-Ledger in Jackson, Miss. (CNHI to Gannett)
--Picayune (Miss.) Item to Sea Coast Echo in Bay St. Louis, Miss. (CNHI to Private)
--Bay Area News Group, closing Walnut Creek, Calif., facility, transferring production to existing plants in San Jose, Concord and Hayward, Calif., Nov. 2. (All MediaNews Group)
--Chicago Sun-Times and seven suburban dailies to the Chicago Tribune, fall 2011. (Sun-Times Media LLC to Tribune Co.)
--The McAlester (Okla.) News-Capital to Muskogee (Okla.) Phoenix, and The Ada (Okla.) News to the Norman (Okla.) Transcript, Oct. 3. (All CNHI)
--The Daily Citizen in Dalton, Ga., to the Rome (Ga.) News-Tribune, Sept. 21. (CNHI to privately owned).
--The Thomasville (Ga.) Times Enterprise to Valdosta (Ga.) Daily Times, Sept. 17. (Both CNHI)
--Times Herald in Port Huron, Mich., to the Lansing (Mich.) State Journal, Sept. 5. (Both Gannett Co. Inc.)
The Rutland (Vt.) Herald to Upper Valley Press in North Haverville, N.H., August. (Privately held to commercial printer. Shift is a result of floods in Vermont.)
--USA Today from Florida Today in Melbourne to Orlando (Fla.) Sentinel, Aug. 29. (Gannett Co. Inc. to Tribune Co.)
--Gannett Offset in Chandler, Ariz., to The (Phoenix) Arizona Republic, by Aug. 1. (Both Gannett Co. Inc.)
--The Star-News in Monroe, La., to The Times in Shreveport, La., Aug. 1. (Both Gannett Co. Inc.)
--The Corning (N.Y.) Leader to the News Messenger in Canandaigua, N.Y., July 18. (Both GateHouse Media Inc.)
--The Elko (Nev.) Daily Free Press to the Times-News in Twin Falls, Idaho, July 11. (Both Lee Enterprises)
--The Record-Courier in Kent, Ohio, to the Daily Record in Wooster, Ohio, July 5. (Both Dix Communications) The Daily Record also prints Dix Ohio dailies the Alliance Review, the Ashland Times-Gazette, and the Cambridge Jeffersonian.
--The Observer-Dispatch in Utica, N.Y., to Gannett Co. Inc.'s Johnson City, N.Y., production facility, June 22. (GateHouse Media to Gannett)
--The Times Argus in Montpelior, Vt., to Burlington (Vt.) Free Press, May. (Privately held to Gannett Co. Inc.
--The Journal-Advocate in Sterling, Colo., Fort Morgan (Colo.) Times and Burlington (Colo.) Record to Times-Call in Longmont, Colo. (Paper to be printed at Times-Call's Berthoud, Colo., production plant, which also produces the Loveland (Colo.) Reporter-Herald) March 20. (All MediaNews Group)
--The Daily Times in Marysville, Tenn. to The Knoxville (Tenn.) News-Sentinel, March 14. (Privately owned to E.W. Scripps Co.)
--The Erie (Pa.) Times-News to Butler (Pa.) Eagle, by third quarter of 2011. (Privately owned to privately owned)
--The Herald-Mail in Hagerstown, Md., to the Frederick (Md.) News-Post, by April 15. (Schurz Communications to privately held)
--The Day in New London, Conn., to The Providence (R.I.) Journal, April 1 (Day Publishing Co. to A.H. Belo) The Day will continue to print Times Weekly newspapers and other weeklies in its New London facility and will also continue to package The Journal's weekly advertising circular.
--The Chillicothe (Ohio) Gazette to Cincinnati Enquirer, March 7. (Both Gannett; Gazette previously printed by The Advocate in Newark, Ohio.
--News Journal in Mansfield, Ohio, to Advocate of Newark, Ohio, March 6 (both Gannett).
--The State Journal-Register in Springfield, Ill., and The Courier in Lincoln, Ill., to the Journal Star in Peoria, Ill. March 1. (all GateHouse Media)
The News-Messenger in Fremont, Ohio, and the News-Herald in Port Clinton, Ohio, to The Courier in Findlay, Ohio, Feb. 28. (Gannett to privately held)
The Oneida (N.Y.) Daily Dispatch to Post-Standard in Syracuse, N.Y., February (Journal Register to Advance.
The Telegraph-Forum in Bucyrus, Ohio, to The Advertiser-Tribune in Tiffin, Ohio, February. (Gannett to Ogden Newspapers)
The Daily Times in Salisbury, Md., to The News Journal in Wilmington, Del. (Both Gannett).
--The Telegraph in Nashua, N.H., to Seacoast Media Group in Portsmouth, N.H., Jan. 2 (Independent Publications Inc. to Dow Jones Local Media Group)
--The Mountaineer in Waynesville, N.C., to Bristol (Tenn.) Herald Courier. (Privately held to Media General)
--The Valley Times-News in Lanett, Ala., and West Point, Ga., to Opelika-Auburn (Ala.) News. (Privately held to Media General)
--The Freeman in Kingston, N.Y., to The Record in Troy, N.Y., December (both Journal Register)
--The Marysville (Mo.) Daily Forum to Syracuse (Neb.) Journal Democrat, Nov. 9 (both GateHouse)
--The (Baltimore) Sun, Bel Air, Md., plant (Tribune)
--USA Today to Winston-Salem (N.C.) Journal, November. (Gannett to Media General)
-- The Telegraph in Macon, Ga., from Ledger-Enquirer in Columbus, Ga., to Gannett Offset, Atlanta, Oct. 25. (McClatchy to Gannett) Note: Montgomery (Ala.) Advertiser prints Sunday editions of The Telegraph)
-- The Marin (Calif.) Independent Journal to Bay Area Newspaper Group plant in Concord, Calif., Oct. 18. (Both MediaNews Group.)
--The Salinas Californian and USA Today, to Southwest Offset in San Jose, Calif., Sept. 20. (Gannett to third-party)
--USA Today, from the Hattiesburg (Miss.) American to the Press-Register in Mobile, Ala., Sept. 3. (Gannett to Advance Publications Inc.
--Ledger-Enquirer in Columbus, Ga., to Montgomery (Ala.) Advertiser, September (Gannett to Gannett)
--The Daily News in Batavia, N.Y., to The Buffalo (N.Y.) News, June 30. (Privately held to privately held)
--USA Today, from the Daily News in Batavia, N.Y., to the Rochester (N.Y.) Democrat and Chronicle, June 30. (Privately held to Gannett)
--The Tribune in Ames, Iowa, to Times-Citizen Communications in Iowa Falls, Iowa, Aug 1. (World-Herald Co. to privately held)
--Norwalk (Ohio) Reflector to Sandusky (Ohio) Register, June. (Both privately held by same company)
--Hays (Kan.) Daily News to Salina (Kan.) Journal (both Harris Enterprises)
--Bemidji (Minn.) Pioneer to Forum Communications' Detroit Lakes (Minn.) production plant, May. (Both Forum Communications)
--Brandon (Manitoba) Sun to Winnipeg Free Press, date TBD (Both FP Canadian Newspaper Partnership)
--Register-Mail in Galesburg, Ill., to Journal Star in Peoria, Ill. April (Both GateHouse Media)
--Shaw Suburban Media in Crystal Lake, Ill. (including the Northwest Herald, the Daily Chronicle in DeKalb, the Kane County Chronicle and Lake County Journal) to the Daily Herald in Arlington Heights, Ill., April. (Privately held to privately held)
--The Los Angeles Times Orange County, Calif., printing facility, by March 15. (Tribune Co.)
Kalamazoo (Mich.) Gazette to The Grand Rapids (Mich.) Press, Jan. 10. (Both Advance Publications/Booth Newspapers
--Gadsden (Ala.) Times to the Rome (Ga.) News-Tribune. (NYT to privately held)
--Dow Jones printing plant in Sharon, Pa., to The (Cleveland) Plain Dealer, effective Jan. 10, 2010. (Dow Jones to Advance Publications)
--The Journal News in Westchester, N.Y., and Poughkeepsie (N.Y.) Journal to North Jersey Media Group, announced December 2009, effective March 2010. (Gannett Co. Inc. to privately held)
-- Huron Daily Tribune in Bad Axe, Mich., to Midland (Mich.) Daily News, November 2009. (Both Hearst Newspapers)
--The Daily Leader in Pontiac, Ill., to the Journal Star in Peoria, Ill. November 2009. (Both GateHouse Media Inc.)
--The Dallas Morning News, South Plant (Sunday postproduction), plant will close in March 2010.
--The Laredo (Texas) Morning Times to the San Antonio Express-News, October 2009 (Both Hearst)
-- The Town Talk in Alexandria, La., to The Daily Advertiser in Lafayette, La., October 2009. (Both Gannett Co. Inc.)
-- Sun-Times News Group Pioneer Press weeklies to Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, September 2009. (Sun-Times Media Group to Journal Communications)
-- The Reporter in Fond du Lac, Wis., to Gannett Wisconsin Media in Appleton, Wis., September 2009. (Both Gannett)
-- The Kennebec Journal in Augusta, Maine, and the Morning Sentinel in Waterville, Maine, to Portland (Maine) Press Herald in South Portland, September 2009. (All MaineToday Media Inc.)
-- St. Augustine (Fla.) Record to (Jacksonville) Florida Times-Union, August 2009. (Both Morris Communications Inc.)
-- Kenosha (Wis.) News to Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, August 2009. (Privately owned to Journal Communications)
-- Iowa City Press-Citizen to The Gazette in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, August 2009. (from Gannett to privately owned; previously, the paper was printed by Des Moines Register).
-- Bellingham (Wash.) Herald to Skagit Valley (Wash.) Herald, August 2009. (McClatchy Co. to Pioneer Newspapers Inc.)
--Register Citizen in Torrington, Conn., to New Haven (Conn.) Register, July 2009 (Both Journal Register Co.)
-- Washington Post, College Park, Md., July 2009.
-- The Ann Arbor (Mich.) News (ceased publishing July 23, 2009, although plant will remain open to print regional NYT as well as the twice-weekly successor to News). (Advance Publications Inc.)
-- San Francisco Chronicle to Transcontinental, July 2009. (Hearst Corp. to commercial printer.)
-- Tribune Herald in Waco, Texas, to Austin (Texas) American-Statesman, July 2009. (Privately owned to Cox)
-- Free Press in Kinston, N.C., to The Daily News in Jacksonville, N.C., July 2009. (Both Freedom)
-- Chicago Sun-Times (Northfield, Ill., 2009; Fox Valley, 2009).
-- Pensacola (Fla.) News Journal, to Press-Register in Mobile, Ala., June 2009. (Gannett to Advance)
-- Greenwich (Conn.) Time, Advocate in Stamford, Conn., and The News-Times in Danbury, Conn., to The (Bridgeport) Connecticut Post, June 2009. (All Hearst)
-- St. Cloud (Minn.) Times to Gannett Offset in Minneapolis, June 2009. (Both Gannett)
-- The Tribune in Welland, Ontario, Canada, to Sun Media in Toronto, June 2009. (Both Sun Media)
-- Wilmington (N.C.) Star-News to The Fayetteville (N.C.) Observer, May 2009. (NYT to privately owned)
-- (Los Angeles) Daily News, Press-Telegram in Long Beach, Calif., to Southwest Offset, May 2009. (MediaNews Group to commercial printer)
-- Star-News in Pasadena, Calif., San Gabriel (Calif.) Valley Tribune, to Orange County Register, May 2009. (MediaNews to Freedom)
-- Fort Collins (Colo.) Coloradoan to Denver Newspaper Agency, May 2009. (Gannett to MediaNews Group)
-- The News Leader in Staunton, Va., to Daily News-Record in Harrisonburg, Va., April 2009. (Gannett to privately owned)
-- The Sun News in Myrtle Beach, S.C. to Charleston (S.C.) Post & Courier, April 2009. (McClatchy to privately owned)
-- Palm Beach (Fla.) Post to South Florida Sun-Sentinel in Fort Lauderdale, spring 2009. (Cox to Tribune)
-- The Telegraph in Macon, Ga., to Ledger-Enquirer in Columbus, Ga., April 2009. (Both McClatchy)
-- Hattiesburg (Miss.) American to Clarion-Ledger in Jackson, Miss., spring 2009. (Both Gannett)
-- Battle Creek (Mich.) Enquirer to Lansing (Mich.) State Journal, spring 2009. (Both Gannett)
--Bristol (Conn.) Press and New Britian (Conn.) Herald to Daily Hampshire Gazette in Northampton, Mass., spring 2009. (Central Connecticut Communications to Newspapers of New England.)
-- Columbus (Neb.) Telegram to Fremont (Neb.) Tribune, April 2009. (Both Lee Enterprises)
-- The (Boise) Idaho Statesman to (Nampa) Idaho Press-Tribune, March 2009 (McClatchy to Pioneer)
--High Point (N.C.) Enterprise to The Herald Sun in Durham, N.C., March 2009 (Both Paxton)
-- Daily Record in Ellensburg, Wash., to Yakima (Wash.) Herald-Republican, March 2009. (Lee to Seattle Times Co.)
-- The Herald in Rock Hill, N.C. to Charlotte (N.C.) Observer, February 2009. (Both McClatchy)
-- The News & Messenger in northern Virginia, to Richmond (Va.) Times-Dispatch, February 2009. (both Media General)
-- The Daily Herald in Provo, Utah, to MediaOne/Newspaper Agency Corp. in Salt Lake City, February 2009. (Lee to MediaNews Group)
-- Pocono Record in Stroudsburg, Pa., to Times Herald-Record in Middletown, N.Y., February 2009. (Both Dow Jones Local Media Group newspapers)
-- The Capital in Annapolis, Md., to Comprint, February 2009. (Landmark Communications to Washington Post/Newsweek)
-- Record-Journal in Meridian, Conn., to the Republican in Springfield, Mass. February 2009 (Privately held to Advance)
-- Poughkeepsie (N.Y.) Journal to Journal News in Westchester, N.Y., early 2009. (Both Gannett)
-- Citizen-Times in Asheville, N.C., to Greenville (S.C.) News, January 2009. (Both Gannett)
-- Herkimer (N.Y.) Evening Telegram, Little Falls (N.Y.) Evening Times and Observer-Dispatch in Utica, N.Y., to Dispatch's Pennysaver print facility in Yorkville, N.Y., January 2009 (All GateHouse).
-- San Angelo (Texas) Standard-Times to Abilene (Texas) Reporter-News, January 2009. (Both E.W. Scripps)
-- Palladium-Item in Richmond, Ind., to The Indianapolis Star, January 2009. (Both Gannett)
--Home News Tribune in East Brunswick, N.J., and Courier News in Somerset, N.J., to Asbury Park Press in Neptune, N.J., 2009. (All Gannett)
-- The Norwich (Conn.) Bulletin, to Auburn, Mass., 2009. (Both GateHouse).
-- Leaf-Chronicle in Clarksville, Tenn., to The (Nashville) Tennessean, December 2008. (Both Gannett)
-- The (Washington) Examiner to Frederick (Md.) News-Post and Vertis Co., December 2008. (Clarity Media to privately owned newspaper and commercial printer.
-- The Baxter Bulletin in Mountain Home, Ark., to News-Leader in Springfield, Mo. November 2008. (Both Gannett)
-- Northwest Florida Daily News in Fort Walton Beach, Fla. to the News Herald in Panama City, Fla., November 2008. (Both Freedom)
-- The Olympian in Olympia, Wash., to The News Tribune in Tacoma, Wash., November 2008 (Both McClatchy)
-- Seymour (Ind.) Tribune to Home News Enterprises in Columbus, Ind., fall 2008. (Freedom to privately owned)
-- Muskegon (Mich.) Chronicle to Grand Rapids (Mich.) Press, fall 2008. (Both Advance)
-- Stevens Point (Wis.) Journal to the Wausau (Wis.) Daily Herald, October 2008. (Both Gannett)
-- Atlanta Journal-Constitution, late 2008 (downtown plant)
--Laconia (N.H.) Daily Sun to Seacoast Media Group, Portsmouth, N.H. September 2008. (Privately held to Dow Jones Local Media Group)
-- Boston Herald to Dow Jones' Chicopee, Mass., plant and Gannett Offset in Norwood, Mass., September 2008. (Privately owned to Dow Jones and Gannett)
-- The Beaumont (Texas) Enterprise to Houston Chronicle, September 2008. (Both Hearst)
-- Bradenton (Fla.) Herald to Sarasota (Fla.) Herald-Tribune, September 2008. (McClatchy to NYTRMG)
--Vincennes (Ind.) Sun-Commercial to Messenger-Inquirer in Owensboro, Ky., August 2008. (Both Paxton Media Group)
-- Washington Times to The (Baltimore) Sun, August 2008. (Clarity Media to Tribune)
-- The Modesto (Calif.) Bee to The Sacramento (Calif.) Bee, August 2008. (Both McClatchy)
-- The Gleaner in Henderson, Ky. to Evansville (Ind.) Courier & Press, July 2008. (Both Scripps)
-- Valley Morning Star in Harlingen, Texas, to The Monitor in McAllen, Texas, July 2008 (Both Freedom)
-- The Daily Progress in Charlottesville, Va., to Richmond (Va.) Times-Dispatch, July 2008. (Both Media General)
-- The Waynesboro (Va.) News Virginian, to the News & Advance in Lynchburg, Va., July 2008. (Both Media General)
-- The Courier in Waterloo, Iowa, to The Gazette in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, June 2008. (Lee Enterprises to privately owned)
--The Hour in Norwalk, Conn., to the Journal News in Westchester, N.Y., April 2008. (Privately owned to Gannett)
-- The Recorder in Greenfield, Mass., to Daily Hampshire Gazette in Northampton, Mass., March 2008. (both Newspapers of New England)
-- Brownsville (Texas) Herald to The Monitor in McAllen, Texas, January 2008. (Both Freedom Communications Inc.)
-- The New York Times, 2008 (Edison, N.J.)
-- Boston Globe, 2008 (Billerica, Mass., plant)
--The Morning Journal in Lorain, Ohio, to The News-Herald in Lake County, Ohio. (Both Journal Register Co. unit of Digital First Media.)
-- Patriot-Ledger in Quincy, Mass., to The Boston Globe, October 2007. (GateHouse Media to NYT)
-- Brockton (Mass.) Enterprise to The Boston Globe, October 2007. (GateHouse to NYT)
-- Daily Camera in Boulder, Colo., to Denver Newspaper Agency, September 2007. (Both MediaNews Group)
-- Denver Newspaper Agency, former Denver Post plant, fall 2007.
-- Community Press (Cincinnati suburban weeklies) to Journal and Courier in Lafayette, Ind., May 2007. (Both Gannett)
-- Santa Cruz (Calif.) Sentinel to San Jose (Calif.) Mercury News, April 2007. (Both MediaNews Group)
-- The Times-News in Hendersonville, N.C., to Spartanburg (S.C.) Herald-Journal, March 2007. (both Halifax Media)
-- The Press & Sun-Bulletin in Binghamton, N.Y., the Ithaca (N.Y.) Journal and Star-Gazette in Elmira, N.Y., to consolidated production facility in Johnson City, N.Y., July 2006. (All Gannett)
-- The Daily News Journal in Murfreesboro, Tenn., to The (Nashville) Tennessean, March 2006. (Both Gannett)
-- The Times in Trenton, N.J., to Star-Ledger in Newark, N.J., March 2006. (Both Advance)
-- Detroit Media Partnership (Riverfront plant)
-- Los Angeles Times, December 2005, San Fernando Valley facility (Tribune)
-- The Daily Breeze in Torrance, Calif., to Southwest Offset Printing, April 2005. (Copley Press to commercial printer)
-- The Saginaw (Mich.) News to The Bay City (Mich.) Times, September 2004. (Both Advance)
-- Dow Jones plants (Denver, Chicago, Orlando, Fla.; Des Moines, Iowa; Dallas; Riverside, Calif., Sharon, Pa., already closed. South Brunswick, N.J. will close in 2010.)
-- North Jersey Media Group, Hackensack, N.J., facility. (Privately held)
-- Star-Ledger in Newark, N.J. (Advance)
-- St. Louis Post-Dispatch (Lee)
--Pekin (Ill.) Daily Times to Journal Star in Peoria, Ill. (Both GateHouse)
CNHI has consolidated printing at a number of its locations since 2008. In most cases, CNHI has transferred production internally, with one CNHI paper printing sister publications. Outsourced production between 2008 and 2011 includes:
In Indiana, the Herald Bulletin in Anderson, the Batesville Herald-Tribune, the Rushville Republican and Greensburg Daily News to the Daily Reporter in Greenfield, Ind. (Home News); the Goshen News to Fort Wayne Newspapers (Ogden).
In Texas, the San Marcos Daily Record to the Austin (Texas) American-Statesman (Cox); and the Gainesville Daily Record to the Daily Ardmoreite in Ardmore, Okla. (GateHouse)
In North Carolina, the (non-daily) Stanly News & Press in Albermarle to the Salisbury (N.C.) Post (Evening Post) and the Daily Southerner in Tarboro to the Daily Reflector in Greenville, N.C. (Cooke)
Tribune Publishing sold 4.7 million shares of newly issued stock to Nant Capital for $70.5 million.
The Boston Globe collaborated with PageSuite to develop a new desktop e-paper and app.
Flint Group acquired American Inks and Coatings, based in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
The Dallas Morning News re-erected its paywall.