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  • Take a look at how GateHouse papers played its coverage of the Super Bowl on their front pages.


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    From coverage of a local athlete playing in the big game to punchy skybox treatments, the presentations vary from paper to paper with differing levels of volume and emphasis all around. Here's a closer look and front pages and skyboxes:


     Observer-Dispatch (Utica, NY)

    Local native plays for the Saints.

























     The Register-Mail (Galesburg, IL)

    Locals rate the commercials in a package along the bottom.





















    Journal Star (Peoria, IL)

    Big photo, with content promotions.





















    Rockford Register Star (Rockford, IL)

    Wire story and photos.






















    The Repository (Canton, OH)

    Neat bulleted item on players with Ohio connections.























    The Herald News (Fall River, MA)

    Photo promotes story inside.























    Daily News (Hillsdale, MI)

    Centerpiece on local churches coming together for big Super Bowl party. 
    A skybox item also pointed to coverage inside.


    Here's how Super Bowl coverage appeared i some skyboxes:





     The Times-Reporter (New Philadelphia, OH)






     The Holland Sentinel (Holland, MI)






     The Independent (Massillon, OH)






     Norwich Bulletin (Norwich, CT)






     The State Journal-Register (Springfield, IL)





     The Milford Daily News (Milford, PA)






     The MetroWest Daily News (Framingham, MA)





     The Daily News Tribune (Waltham, MA)





     The Patriot Ledger (Quincy, MA)






     The Enterprise (Brockton, MA)

     Joe Greco is corporate design director for GateHouse Media.
    Send questions, comments and ideas for blog topics to jgreco@gatehousemedia.com.

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