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Earlier, Gelbman was group publisher at the Community Publishing Division of the Bay Area News Group (Palo Alto Daily News, San Mateo County Times, et al.), a job he held from 2007-2009.
Price and James Pavelich are back in Palo Alto newspapers, three years after selling their free-distribution Palo Alto Daily News to Knight Ridder for what they can now say -- with their non-compete expired -- was an eyebrow-raising price of $25 million.
A graphic accompanying your story "The Battle of the Bay" significantly underreported the circulation of the Palo Alto Daily News. Our daily circulation as of September (the date mentioned in the graphic) was 20,000.
Digital First Media's Palo Alto Daily News will now definitely have to change its name.
When the Chronicle stopped publishing a section for the highly contested Peninsula region, the Merc reassigned five more reporters there, for a total of 15, and even placed ads (left) in the 30,000 free- distribution Palo Alto Daily News to promote its coverage.
The duo sold their Vail Daily to Swift Newspapers in 1993 and their Palo Alto Daily News to Knight Ridder in 2005 (it is now part of the California Newspapers Partnership, managed by MediaNews Group Inc.).
"As a result the reputation of the Palo Alto Daily News has suffered irreparable damage," says the suit, filed in Santa Clara County Superior Court.
Earlier, he was group publisher at the Community Publishing Division of the Bay Area News Group (Palo Alto Daily News, San Mateo County Times, et al.), a job he held from 2007-2009.
Price, editor of the Palo Alto Daily News, says, "I define news as what I find interesting and there are things out there I found more interesting than Chelsea Clinton."
California dreamin': At the Palo Alto Daily News and the Community Newspaper Group division of the Bay Area Newspaper Group, Justin Wilcox has been named publisher and general manager; previously, he was vice president of sales and marketing for Prime Time Newspapers of San Antonio, Texas, a group of weeklies owned by The Hearst Corp.
On April 1, he spoofed the San Jose newspaper by reporting that he had learned from "sources close to the negotiations that within the next week a deal will be completed to sell the San Jose Mercury News to a competing Bay Area newspaper" -- the Palo Alto Daily News, a small tabloid that started up little more than a year ago.
"We're adding advertisers and readers every day." Price and his partner Jim Pavelich, started the Palo Alto Daily News in 1995 and sold it to Knight Ridder in 2005 (in 2006, Knight Ridder's buyer, The McClatchy Co., sold it to the California Newspapers Partnership, which apparently negated any non-compete Price and Pavelich may have had).
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