AAN News

Martineau Launches New Company

Russ Martineau, who was let go last week by City of Roses Newspapers, announces today the formation of a new sales and marketing consulting company, Ad Director.com. Martineau had managed the revenue departments for Willamette Week for the past 10 years. He resigned his position as president of the AAN board last week and is replaced by Bill Towler, publisher of City Newspaper in Rochester, N.Y. (FULL STORY)
AAN Staff  |  01-22-2002  3:16 pm  |  Industry News

Sigman Asked to Resign at LA Weekly

Michael Sigman, president and publisher of LA Weekly/OC Weekly, has been asked to leave by Village Voice Media. His last day is Jan. 25. In other developments, three other AAN member papers have asked top managers to leave, including Eugene Weekly, Willamette Week and C-Ville Weekly. (FULL STORY)
AAN Staff  |  01-18-2002  3:27 pm  |  Industry News

City of Roses Puts Boise Weekly on the Block

Less than 18 months after acquiring Boise Weekly and shepherding the paper through a significant redesign, City of Roses Newspaper Co. announced early this week that the nine-year-old publication is once again on the trading block. (FULL STORY)
John Ferri  |  05-18-2001  11:49 am  |  Industry News

Rocket Deal Crashes for City of Roses

Negotiations end as new competition arrives. (FULL STORY)
Christine Iwan  |  05-26-2000  11:50 am  |  Industry News

Ragan: Boise Weekly Future Bright Under New Owners

Paper Will Benefit from Willamette Week's Financial Stability and Publishing Experience. (FULL STORY)
Amanda Fazzone  |  02-25-2000  11:49 am  |  Industry News

AAN Board Candidates Step Forward

With Ten Days Left Until the Election, Still No Contenders For Advertising Chair. (FULL STORY)
AAN Staff  |  05-20-1999  11:51 am  |  Industry News