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  1. Al Neuharth - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Allen Harold "Al" Neuharth (March 22, 1924 – April 19, 2013) was an American businessman, author, and columnist born in Eureka, South Dakota. He was the founder of USA Today, The Freedom Forum, and its Newseum.

  2. Allen Harold "Al" Neuharth (March 22, 1924 – April 19, 2013) was an American businessman, author, and columnist. He was known for being the founder of USA Today. Neuharth was born on March 22, 1924 in Eureka, South Dakota. He studied at the University of South Dakota.

  3. Al Neuharth From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Allen Harold "Al" Neuharth (March 22, 1924 – April 19, 2013) was an American businessman, author, and columnist born in Eureka, South Dakota .

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    Al Neuharth was born in Eureka, South Dakota, to a German-speaking family. Neuharth’s parents were Daniel J. and Christina, who married on January 11, 1922. Daniel died when Al was two. Al needed to help his family survive the Great Depression. He worked on his grandfather’s farm.[Clarification needed]

    After the war, Neuharth attended the University of South Dakota in Vermillion, where he edited the school newspaper, The Volante. He maintained an affiliation with the university and had an office in the Media & Journalism building, The Al Neuharth Media Center, until his death in 2013. Neuharth founded the Al Neuharth Free Spirit Scholarship, which is awarded to graduating high school students who exemplify the qualities of a "free spirit" and aim to pursue a career in journalism.[citation needed]

    Neuharth and fellow USD alum Bill Porter founded SoDak Sports, a weekly newspaper devoted to covering the sports scene in South Dakota. Despite its initial popularity, the weekly SoDak Sportswent bankrupt in a year's time, losing Neuharth the $50,000 he had borrowed. After his failure, Neuharth went to the Miami Herald, where he made his way up to assistant managing editor. In 1960, the Knight newspaper chain (later a part of Knight Ridder), which owned the Herald, sent him to its Detroit Free Press, which was fighting an uphill battle with the Detroit News, which Neuharth would later buy while at Gannett. After Neuharth decided that he could go no further in the Knight organization due to the Knight family's control, in 1963 he accepted Gannett head Paul Miller's offer to move to Gannett's headquarters in Rochester, New York to run its paper there, the Democrat and Chronicle. In 1966 he took charge of Gannett Florida. He started Today in Cocoa, Florida, which eventually became Flor...

    Neuharth founded USA Today in 1982, which as of March 2013 was the third most widely read newspaper in the country. He won the Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism in 1988, in recognition of his founding of the newspaper.Neuharth retired from Gannett on March 31, 1989, at the age of 65.

    Neuharth served as chairman of the board of the Gannett Foundation upon his retirement. The foundation was founded by Frank Gannett, founder of the newspaper chain. Neuharth took control of the foundation and removed the CEO and installed his own top executive. He then renamed the foundation the Freedom Forum. Neuharth served as the chairman of the Freedom Forumfrom 1991 until his death in 2013. Each year, the Freedom Forum gives out the Al Neuharth Award for Excellence in the Media. Past winners include Walter Cronkite (1989), Carl T. Rowan (1990), Helen Thomas (1991), Tom Brokaw (1992), Larry King (1993), Charles Kuralt of CBS (1994), Albert R. Hunt and Judy Woodruff (1995), Robert MacNeil (1996), Cokie Roberts (1997), Tim Russert and Louis D. Boccardi (1998), John Seigenthaler (1999), Jim Lehrer (2001), Tom Curley (2002), Don Hewitt of CBS (2004), Garrison Keillor (2005), Bob Schieffer of CBS (2006), John Quinn and Ken Paulson (2007), Charles Overby (2008), Katie Couric (2009), B...

    "We in the media could help [the insurance situation] if we put in proper perspective long range hurricane forecasts that often are exaggerated and play into insurers' hands." "The First Amendment guarantees a free press. We in the media must make sure it is a fair press."

    Neuharth had two children from his first marriage on June 16, 1946, to Loretta F. Helgeland. He was divorced by 1973. He married his second wife, Florida State Senator Lori Wilson, in 1973. Their marriage lasted seven years. His final marriage was to Rachel Fornes, a Cocoa Beach, Florida, chiropractor. They adopted six children.Neuharth died on April 19, 2013 at his homein Cocoa Beach, Florida, at the age of 89. In 1975, Neuharth built a mansion on the beach. It contained 10,000 square feet (930 m2) of living space, 11 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms. It was valued at several million dollars. It was the largest in the city. It was sold after his death. It was destroyed by fire in 2016.

    BusCapade: Plain Talk Across the USA. Washington, D.C.: USA Today Books, 1987, ISBN 0944347002
    Profiles of Power: How the Governors Run Our 50 States, with Kenneth A. Paulson and Phil Pruitt. Washington, D.C.: USA Today Books, 1988, ISBN 0944347142
    Truly One Nation, with Ken Paulson and Dan Greaney. New York: USA Today Books: Doubleday, 1988, ISBN 0385261802
    Window on the World: Faces, Places, and Plain Talk from 32 Countries. Washington, D.C.: USA Today Books, 1988, ISBN 0944347169
    Neuharth, Al. Confessions of an S.O.B.Doubleday, 1989
    Vaughn, Stephen L. “Encyclopedia of American Journalism”. Routledge, 2007, pp. 329–330.
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    Al Neuharth (1999) Allen H. "Al" Neuharth, född 22 mars 1924 i Eureka, South Dakota, död 19 april 2013 i Cocoa Beach, Florida, var en amerikansk publicist. Han grundade år 1982 tidningen USA Today. Neuharth gick i skola i Alpena, South Dakota och deltog i andra världskriget i USA:s armé.

  7. Al Neuharth - Wikiwand

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    Allen H. „AlNeuharth (* 22. März 1924 in Eureka, South Dakota; † 19. April 2013 in Cocoa Beach, Florida) war ein US-amerikanischer Geschäftsmann, Autor und Kolumnist. Leben. Mit neunzehn Jahren diente Neuharth in der US-Armee.

  8. Al Neuharth Encyclopedia References | Earthspot

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    Al Neuharth was born in Eureka, South Dakota, to a German-speaking family. Neuharth's parents were Daniel J. and Christina, who married on January 11, 1922. Daniel died when Al was two. Al needed to help his family survive the Great Depression. He worked on his grandfather's farm.

  9. USA Today - Wikipedia

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    USA Today is an internationally distributed American daily middle-market newspaper that is the flagship publication of its owner, Gannett.Founded by Al Neuharth on September 15, 1982, it operates from Gannett's corporate headquarters in McLean, Virginia.

  10. Loretta Neuharth, first wife uf USA Today founder, dies at 94

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    Oct 11, 2018 · Ms. Neuharth died Sept. 30 in Fairfax, Virginia. She was 94. In 1946, she married Al Neuharth, the founder of USA Toda y and former Gannett Co. Inc. chairman. They were high school sweethearts.

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