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Lee Enterprises (LEE)

HQ: Davenport, Iowa

58 Newspapers include: St. Louis Post Dispatch, Wisconsin State Journal, and The Capital Times in Madison, Wisc.

Common stock and Class B shares with 10 times voting rights. Founding families and long-term shareholders control Class B shares.



Top institutional% of outstanding shares shareholdersas of Sept. 30, 2005

Private Capital Management18.96%

Ariel Capital Management18.53%

Eubel Brady & Suttman Asset Management4.57%

Cedar Rock Capital Ltd.4.25%

Barclays Bank3.11%

Vanguard Group1.68%

Gamco Investors Inc. 1.65%

State Street Corp.1.45%

GW Capital Management1.17%

Wells Fargo & Co.1.16%



Belo Corp. (BLC)

HQ: Dallas

4 Newspapers include: The Dallas Morning News, The Providence (R.I.) Journal

Series A and Series B stock with 10 times voting rights. Family owns a majority of Series B shares.



Top institutional% of outstanding shares shareholdersas of Sept. 30, 2005

Private Capital Management22.31%

Capital Research and Management Co.4.41%

Amvescap4.14%

Barclays Bank3.12%

Lazard Asset Management2.69%

Gamco Investors Inc. 2.58%

Vanguard Group2.29%

Mellon Financial Corp.1.58%

Bank of America Corp.1.52%

State Street Corp.1.28%



Knight Ridder (KRI)

HQ: San Jose, Calif.

32 Newspapers include: San Jose (Calif.) Mercury News, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Miami Herald

Single-class stock



Top institutional% of outstanding shares shareholdersas of Sept. 30, 2005

Private Capital Management19.18%

Southeastern Asset Management9.86%

Harris Associates8.22%

Vanguard Group4.31%

Eubel Brady & Suttman Asset Management 4.16%

Barclays Bank3.72%

JP Morgan Chase & Co.3.45%

T. Rowe Price Associates3.37%

Capital Research and Management Co.3.20%

Amvescap2.81%

Dow Jones & Co. (DJ)

HQ: New York

2 Newspaper Groups include: The Wall Street Journal

Common stock and Class B stock with 10 times voting rights. The Bancroft family controls 60% of voting rights.



Top institutional% of outstanding shares shareholdersas of Sept. 30, 2005

T. Rowe Price Associates11.22%

Goldman Sachs4.52%

Capital Research and Management3.47%

United States Trust Co. of New York3.31%

Franklin Resources2.94%

Roy A. Hammer, Esq. 2.88%

Barclays Bank2.41%

Vanguard Group2.39%

State Street Corp.2.37%

Van Den Berg Management1.70%



Washington Post Co. (WPO)

HQ: Washington DC

6 Newspaper Groups include: The Washington Post

Class A (shareholders elect 7 of 10 members of the board of directors; the Graham family controls Class A shares) and Class B stock



Top institutional% of outstanding shares shareholdersas of Sept. 30, 2005

Berkshire Hathaway18.00%

Franklin Resources5.80%

JP Morgan Chase & Co.4.36%

Wallace R. Weitz & Co.3.18%

Select Equity Group2.88%

Horizon Asset Management2.06%

Barclays Bank2.00%

Gardner Russo & Gardner1.68%

Kinetics Asset Management1.65%

Bank of America Corp.1.45%



Tribune Co. (TRB)

HQ: Chicago

11 Newspapers include: Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, The Sun, Baltimore

Single-class stock



Top institutional% of outstanding shares shareholdersas of Sept. 30, 2005

McCormick Trust14%

Chandler Trust12%

Employees12%

Institutional investors including:48%

Lord Abbett & Co.4.77%

Barclays Bank.3.86%

Ariel Capital Management3.11%

T. Rowe Price Assoiates2.91%

State Street Corp.2.29%

Vanguard Group1.83%

Gamco Investors Inc.1.61%

Northern Trust Corp.1.57%

FMR Corp.1.46%



Hollinger International (HLR)

HQ: Chicago

4 Newspaper Groups include: Chicago Sun-Times

Single-class stock



Top institutional% of outstanding shares shareholdersas of Sept. 30, 2005

Tweedy, Browne Co.14.93%

Marathon Asset Management5.87%

Cardinal Capital Management4.34%

Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc.3.97%

K Capital Partners3.29%

UBS AG3.23%

Morgan Stanley3.22%

Deutsche Bank2.90%

Bear Stearns & Co.2.78%

Perry Corp.2.64%



The New York Times Co. (NYT)

HQ: New York

18 Newspapers include: The New York Times, The Boston Globe

Class A and Class B shares. The Sulzberger family owns about 88% of all Class B shares and decides on all mergers or divestitures.



Top institutional% of outstanding shares shareholdersas of Sept. 30, 2005

Private Capital Management15.07%

T. Rowe Price Associates12.91%

FMR Corp. 6.36%

Morgan Stanley5.32%

Barclays Bank3.43%

Vanguard Group3.43%

State Street Corp. 2.79%

Atlantic Investment Management1.62%

Mellon Financial Corp.1.56%

Wellington Management Co.1.18%



McClatchy Co. (MNI)

HQ: Sacramento, Calif.

29 Newspapers include: Minneapolis Star Tribune and The Sacramento (Calif.) Bee

Class A and Class B stock, which has 10 times voting rights. The McClatchy family and insiders control Class B shares.



Top institutional% of outstanding shares shareholdersas of Sept. 30, 2005

Private Capital Management37.61%

Ariel Capital Management 18.41%

Gardner Russo & Gardner6.00%

Gamco Investors Inc.4.84%

Barclays Bank2.66%

Vanguard Group2.18%

Pitcairn Group L.P.1.88%

Boston Trust & Investment Management Co.1.64%

TCS Capital Management1.23%

Delphi Management1.15%

Gannett Co. Inc. (GCI)

HQ: McClean, Va.

99 Newspapers include: USA Today, Detroit Free Press, The Indianapolis Star

Single-class stock



Top institutional% of outstanding shares shareholdersas of Sept. 30, 2005

Private Capital Management6.94%

JP Morgan Chase & Co.5.37%

Tukman Capital Management4.35%

Barclays Bank3.79%

State Street Corp.2.99%

FMR Corp.2.66%

Wellington Management Co.2.62%

Bank of Ireland Asset Management2.42%

Vanguard Group2.37%

Capital Research and Management Co.2.11%

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