Maslowsky Named Vice President, Finance for USA TODAY

Jan 16, 2002, 00:00 ET from USA TODAY

    WASHINGTON, Jan. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Myron Maslowsky, formerly vice
 president of internal audit, Gannett Co., Inc., has been named vice president,
 finance for USA TODAY.
     Maslowsky will oversee USA TODAY's finance department. The appointment
 will be effective February 1.
     Maslowsky replaces Antoinette (Toni) Miller, who retired earlier this
 month. Miller had been vice president, finance for USA TODAY since 1992.
     "Myron's experience, knowledge and consistent track record of success at
 Gannett made him an obvious choice for this position. Myron will be a strong
 asset to USA TODAY as the newspaper continues to evolve into a network
 including online and broadcast operations," said Tom Curley, president and
 publisher of USA TODAY.
     Maslowsky joined Gannett in 1984 as manager of internal audit. He was
 named director in 1989 and vice president in 1995.  Prior to joining Gannett,
 Maslowsky was an audit manager for Price Waterhouse in Rochester, N.Y.
     A native of Rochester, N.Y., Maslowsky attended Syracuse University, where
 he received a B.S. in journalism in 1976 and an M.B.A. in 1978. Maslowsky
 serves on the Board of Directors of Northern Virginia Family Service (NVFS),
 and on the Alumni Advisory Board at Syracuse University's School of Management
 as well as the Accounting Advisory Council at George Mason University in
 Fairfax, VA.  Maslowsky is married, has two sons (age 13 and 14), and resides
 in Fairfax, VA.
     Gannett will name a replacement for Maslowsky soon.
 
     USA TODAY is the nation's top selling newspaper. It is published via
 satellite at 36 locations in the USA and five sites abroad. With a total
 average daily circulation of 2.3 million, USA TODAY is available worldwide.
     Included in the USA TODAY brand are USATODAY.com, the top newspaper site
 on the Internet; USA TODAY Baseball Weekly, a weekly magazine for baseball
 enthusiasts; and USA TODAY LIVE, a broadcast operation that creates synergy
 between the USA TODAY newspaper, USATODAY.com and the Gannett Co., Inc., group
 of television stations.
 
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    WASHINGTON, Jan. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Myron Maslowsky, formerly vice
 president of internal audit, Gannett Co., Inc., has been named vice president,
 finance for USA TODAY.
     Maslowsky will oversee USA TODAY's finance department. The appointment
 will be effective February 1.
     Maslowsky replaces Antoinette (Toni) Miller, who retired earlier this
 month. Miller had been vice president, finance for USA TODAY since 1992.
     "Myron's experience, knowledge and consistent track record of success at
 Gannett made him an obvious choice for this position. Myron will be a strong
 asset to USA TODAY as the newspaper continues to evolve into a network
 including online and broadcast operations," said Tom Curley, president and
 publisher of USA TODAY.
     Maslowsky joined Gannett in 1984 as manager of internal audit. He was
 named director in 1989 and vice president in 1995.  Prior to joining Gannett,
 Maslowsky was an audit manager for Price Waterhouse in Rochester, N.Y.
     A native of Rochester, N.Y., Maslowsky attended Syracuse University, where
 he received a B.S. in journalism in 1976 and an M.B.A. in 1978. Maslowsky
 serves on the Board of Directors of Northern Virginia Family Service (NVFS),
 and on the Alumni Advisory Board at Syracuse University's School of Management
 as well as the Accounting Advisory Council at George Mason University in
 Fairfax, VA.  Maslowsky is married, has two sons (age 13 and 14), and resides
 in Fairfax, VA.
     Gannett will name a replacement for Maslowsky soon.
 
     USA TODAY is the nation's top selling newspaper. It is published via
 satellite at 36 locations in the USA and five sites abroad. With a total
 average daily circulation of 2.3 million, USA TODAY is available worldwide.
     Included in the USA TODAY brand are USATODAY.com, the top newspaper site
 on the Internet; USA TODAY Baseball Weekly, a weekly magazine for baseball
 enthusiasts; and USA TODAY LIVE, a broadcast operation that creates synergy
 between the USA TODAY newspaper, USATODAY.com and the Gannett Co., Inc., group
 of television stations.
 
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