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Frankfort, KY

#1 Jul 15, 2009
anyone know Travis Sanders? Good or bad?
Gannett Co Inc Info

Fishers, NY

#2 Jul 15, 2009
Craig A. Dubow
Chairman, president and chief executive officer, Gannett Co., Inc. Formerly: President and CEO, Gannett Co., Inc.(2005 - 2006); President and CEO, Gannett Broadcasting (2001-2005).
Board committees: Executive; Digital Technology Committee.
Other directorships: Associated Press; Broadcast Music, Inc.
Age 54.

Howard D. Elias
President, EMC Global Services and Resource Management Software Group, Executive Vice President, EMC Corporation.
Board committee: Digital Technology.
Age 51.

Arthur H. Harper
Managing partner, GenNx360 Capital Partners, a private equity firm focused on business-to-business companies.
Board committees: Nominating and Public Responsibility; Executive Compensation.
Other directorships: Monsanto Company.
Age 53.

John Jeffry Louis
Chairman and co-founder, Parson Capital Corporation.
Board committees: Audit; Digital Technology Committee.
Other directorships and trusteeships: S. C. Johnson & Son, Inc.; Johnson Financial Group; Northwestern University; and the Chicago Council on Global Affairs.
Age 46.

Marjorie Magner
Managing partner, Brysam Global Partners, a private equity firm investing in financial services with a focus on consumer opportunities.
Board committees: Audit; Executive Compensation.
Other directorships: Accenture.
Age 59.

Scott K. McCune
Vice President, Integrated Marketing, The Coca-Cola Company.
Board committee: Nominating and Public Responsibility.
Age 51.

Duncan M. McFarland
Retired chairman and chief executive officer, Wellington Management Company, LLP.
Board committees: Audit; Executive; Executive Compensation.
Other directorships: NYSE Euronext, Inc.; and The Asia Pacific Fund, Inc., a closed-end registered investment company traded on the New York Stock Exchange.
Age 65.
Donna E. Shalala
President, University of Miami.
Board committees: Nominating and Public Responsibility; Digital Technology Committee.
Other directorships: Lennar Corporation.
Age 68.
Neal Shapiro
President and CEO, WNET and Educational Broadcasting Corporation.
Board committees: Nominating and Public Responsibility; Digital Technology Committee.
Other directorships and trusteeships: American Public Television; Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE); and Communications and Media Studies program, Tufts University.
Age 51.
Karen Hastie Williams
Retired partner of Washington, D.C., law firm of Crowell & Moring.
Board committees: Audit; Executive; Executive Compensation.
Other directorships: The Chubb Corporation; Continental Airlines, Inc.; SunTrust Banks, Inc.; and WGL Holdings, Inc., the parent company of Washington Gas Light Company.
Age 64.
The McClatchy Company

Fishers, NY

#3 Jul 15, 2009
Gary B. Pruitt - Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer
Mr. Pruitt became Chairman of the Board in 2001. He has been Chief Executive Officer since 1996 and President since 1995, the year he also became a Director. He served as Chief Operating Officer from 1995 to 1996, and as Vice President, Operations and Technology from 1994 to 1995. Before that, Mr. Pruitt was Publisher of The Fresno Bee from 1991 to 1994, served as corporate Secretary and General Counsel from 1987 to 1991 and was Counsel from 1984 to 1987. He currently serves as a Director of The Associated Press, the Newspaper Association of America and The James Irvine Foundation.
Lynn Dickerson - Vice President, Operations
Ms. Dickerson was named Vice President, Operations of McClatchy on March 13, 2006. She oversees the operations of 11 newspapers - The News & Observer and The Charlotte Observer in North Carolina; the Fort Worth Star-Telegram in Texas; The (Macon) Telegraph and Columbus Ledger-Enquirer in Georgia; The Sun Herald in Biloxi, Miss.; and five South Carolina dailies: The Sun News in Myrtle Beach, The State in Columbia, The Island Packet in Hilton Head, The Beaufort Gazette, and The Herald in Rock Hill. Previously, Ms. Dickerson served as Publisher and President of McClatchy's Modesto Bee newspaper since May 2000. Before joining McClatchy in 2000, she spent four years as Publisher and President of the Times Record News in Wichita Falls, Texas, an E.W. Scripps newspaper. Ms. Dickerson is a Texas native and a past president of the Texas Daily Newspaper Association, just the second woman president in the organization's history.
Heather L. Fagundes - Vice President, Human Resources
Ms. Fagundes became Vice President, Human Resources of McClatchy on April 1, 2004. Ms. Fagundes served as Director of Human Resources for McClatchy corporate from December 1996 to March 2004. Ms. Fagundes joined McClatchy in 1992 as a Human Resources Generalist. She was the chairperson of the 2004 Sacramento Workplace Excellence Leaders Award Committee.
Christian A. Hendricks - Vice President, Interactive Media
Mr. Hendricks has been Vice President, Interactive Media since 1999. He joined the company in 1992 as Advertising Manager, Marketing for The Fresno Bee, and the following year became its Marketing Director. In 1994 he was named Manager of Technology for McClatchy, and held this position until 1996 when he was promoted to President and Publisher of Nando Media, McClatchy's internet publishing company. He remained there until taking his current position in 1999. In 2004, Mr. Hendricks assumed the additional role of President of Nando Media, which was renamed McClatchy Interactive in 2005. In 2006, he assumed the additional duties of overseeing operations of the Centre Daily Times newspaper in State College, Pa. Mr. Hendricks was named "New Media Pioneer" in 2003 by the Newspaper Association of America's New Media Federation. He has served on the federation's board and various NAA committees.
Karole Morgan-Prager - Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary
Ms. Morgan-Prager has been General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of The McClatchy Company since 1995 and was named Vice President in 1998. From 1992 to 1995, she was Associate General Counsel of The Times Mirror Co. She was an associate at the Morrison & Foerster law firm in Los Angeles from 1987 to 1992.
The McClatchy Company

Fishers, NY

#4 Jul 15, 2009
Patrick J. Talamantes - Vice President, Finance and Chief Financial Officer
Mr. Talamantes has been Vice President, Finance, and Chief Financial Officer of McClatchy since April 2001. In addition, from April 2001 to December 2002, he served as McClatchy's Treasurer. Prior to joining McClatchy, he was with Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc., a television broadcasting company, from 1996 to 2001, and served the last two years as Chief Financial Officer. Mr. Talamantes was Treasurer of River City Broadcasting LP, a broadcasting company located in St. Louis, from 1995 to 1996, and spent nine years in various banking positions with Chemical Bank of New York.

Robert J. Weil - Vice President, Operations
Mr. Weil has been vice president, operations of McClatchy since September 1997, overseeing McClatchy's operations in the Northwest and Midwest. He oversees 10 daily newspapers, which include the Anchorage Daily News in Alaska; the Idaho Statesman; The Olympian, The Bellingham Herald, The News Tribune and the Tri-City Herald in Washington; the Belleville News-Democrat in Illinois; The Wichita Eagle in Kansas; The Kansas City Star in Missouri; and the Centre Daily Times in Pennsylvania. He was named to this position after 17 years as a newspaper publisher. Mr. Weil joined McClatchy as publisher of The Fresno Bee in 1994. From 1992 to 1994, he was president and chief operating officer for Persis Media, a privately held company with newspapers in Washington and Tennessee. Mr. Weil held other senior management positions with Persis and Gannett Co. from 1973 to 1992. He currently serves as treasurer on the board of directors of American Press Institute.

Frank Whittaker - Vice President, Operations
Mr. Whittaker is Vice President, Operations and oversees nine daily newspapers in California, Florida and the Midwest - The Sacramento Bee, The Fresno Bee, The Modesto Bee, the Merced Sun-Star, and The (San Luis Obispo) Tribune, in California; The Miami Herald, El Nuevo Herald and Bradenton Herald, in Florida; and the Lexington Herald-Leader in Kentucky. He was named to this position in 1997. Mr. Whittaker joined McClatchy as General Manager of The Sacramento Bee in 1985 and from 1990 to 1997 served as both President and General Manager of that newspaper. The previous 13 years, Mr. Whittaker served The Toronto Star in a variety of management positions, including Director of Strategic Planning and Circulation Director. Mr. Whittaker is past President of the California Newspaper Publishers Association and currently is on the Board, and serves as Treasurer, of the Audit Bureau of Circulation. He also belongs to the Boards of the Sacramento Regional Foundation and the Graduate School of Business at the University of California, Davis.
Tribune Company

Fishers, NY

#5 Jul 15, 2009
Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer
Tribune Company

Samuel (Sam) Zell became chairman and CEO of Tribune Company in December 2007 upon the completion of the company’s going-private transaction that commenced in April of the same year. His investment in the company was instrumental to the transaction’s success. He was elected to Tribune Company’s board of directors in May 2007.

Zell is also chairman and president of Equity Group Investments, LLC, an entrepreneurial investment firm based in Chicago. In addition, he maintains substantial interests in and serves as chairman of various publicly traded companies. These include Anixter International, a provider of integrated networking and cabling solutions that support business information and network infrastructure requirements; Equity Lifestyle Properties, Inc., an equity real estate investment trust which owns and operates manufactured home communities in 26 states; Equity Residential, the largest apartment real estate investment trust in the United States; Capital Trust, a specialized real estate finance company; and Covanta Holding Corp., a multinational owner and operator of modern waste-to-energy facilities.

Zell also served as chairman of Equity Office Properties Trust, a real estate investment trust with the largest office portfolio of any publicly traded, full-service office company in the United States. The company was sold to Blackstone Group in February 2007. Zell remains chairman of Equity International, a privately-held investor in real estate businesses outside of the United States.

A native Chicagoan, Zell is a graduate of the University of Michigan and the University of Michigan Law School. He supports his alma mater by serving on the President’s Advisory Board at the university and on the Visitor’s Committee at the law school. In addition, he helped establish the Samuel Zell/Robert Lurie Entrepreneurial Center at the University of Michigan Business School. Also at Michigan, Zell was appointed a DeRoy Visiting Professor in Honors at the College of Literature, Science and the Arts.

Zell is a long-standing supporter of the University of Pennsylvania Wharton Real Estate Center. He endowed the Samuel Zell/Robert Lurie Real Estate Center at Wharton and also the Center for Risk Management at Northwestern University. In addition, Zell serves on the JPMorgan National Advisory Board and the Eurohypo International Advisory Board.
See how insane my dad is

Schaumburg, IL

#6 Jul 15, 2009
See what I mean how crazy he is now he is trying to make people think he is a ceo. That is very funny considering just how dumb he is. My dad Joe Bongiorno of Frankfort is totally insane and all the drugs and him not taking his meds is certainly not helping. First he stalks the chief because he will not allow my dad to break the law and get away with it. then he slanders him time and time again. The other day he was pretending he was the Chiefs dog....now how crazy is that right? He talks about nothing and thinks about nothing but the chief he is obsessed and fixated on making people believe his lies so when they cancel our welfare he will have a lawsuit to fall back on so he can continue his bum deadbeat lifestyle but no one is buying his idiotic lies. They know my dad is and always has been a lunatic and a scum. I mean come one he has been crying about 1 statement he says the chief made 2 years plus ago and he claims all the time that he is going to sue yet almost 3 years later and no lawsuit...I wonder why???? He tried many times to get a lawyer and when they did a little research they stopped answering his calls even they saw he was insane!He even tried making me lie for him but im done living like him. He had a whole bunch of dogs in his room last night and I heard horrible noises from there! I was so scared! He even has a little notebook where he logs the bowel movements of all the area dogs and keeps picture records! He wears a plastic badge at home and listens to a scanner he stole from an elderly man and pretends he is a cop. the whole time smoking crack and wearing just over sized dirty bed sheets! He says some,day he will be mayor and police chief of Frankfort and that he will close all the bars and turn them into youth centers so he will not have to huntfor victims in other towns! He was even laughing yesterday about how he beat an old women and robbed her! He thought it was a riot! They wont even let him near the school anymore because he was caught watching the kids on the playground with binoculars and touching himself! He is one sick SOB! He is a complete whacko need I say more?
Dad I just don't understand how you can be satisfied living like a totally pathetic lowlife drug addicted loser? You make people sick dad and yet you are ok with that? How many times did gram and gramp drop you when you were a baby? Maybe they played football with you, it would certainly explain allot. No wonder our whole family hates you and is disgusted by you to the point where they want nothing to do with us. I cant say I blame them you are a total embarrassment and I am ashamed of you. Your pedophile ways, your animal abuse, your drug and alcohol abuse, your nasty perverted sex parties and your constant lies and scams and cons are just too much dad. i am sick of being trapped in your nasty scumbag life. I wish you would just die and do me and the village and the human race in general a favor. Then I might stand a chance. All this because you don't want to use the welfare money we get that is SUPPOSE to pay our bills to pay your many fines from all the laws you break. Dad drugs and gay sex is not the way. Please dad I know you aren't allowed at church anymore because of your pedophile ways and the horrible stench and the flies that follow you around but OMG dad you are beyond rock bottom....you are a nasty scummy pig and I hate you!

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