This company spreads the word through websites and television broadcasts. TEGNA (formerly Gannett) has a large portfolio of media and digital businesses to deliver a wide range of content. Its television and digital businesses make the company one of the largest and most geographically diverse media companies in the US. TEGNA's two top digital properties are automotive-related site Cars.com and job site CareerBuilder. The company's media division includes more than 45 television stations making it the largest independent station group of major network affiliates in the top 25 markets. TEGNA was formed when Gannett spun off its newspaper publishing businesses including USA TODAY.
CareerBuilder is the largest online job site in North America, measured both by traffic and revenue. The website has a presence in more than 60 markets worldwide.
TEGNA's media division reaches approximately one-third of all television households in the US and represents the #1 NBC affiliate group, #1 CBS affiliate group, and #4 ABC affiliate group (excluding owner-operators).
The company operates through two divisions: TEGNA Media and TEGNA Digital.
TEGNA Digital's Cars.com is a popular online destination for automotive consumers seeking objective information about cars. The site draws more than 30 million monthly visits. TEGNA Digital also operates G/O Digital, a one-stop shop for small businesses looking to connect with consumers through digital marketing. G/O Digital partners with more than 5,000 of the nation’s top brands and retailers across more than 110 local markets.
The company's digital division also include Clipper, a local advertising and marketing solutions provider.
TEGNA was formed in 2015 through a spin-off transaction which separated Gannett's publishing and broadcasting operations. The idea was too optimize profitability for each part of the previously larger single company.