Bill Bolger

Bill Bolger is the VP of Production for Gannett Publishing Services (GPS). In his current role, he has responsibility for Gannett print sites across the country as well as the relationship with 3rd party print sites printing USA Today or daily Gannett newspapers, or both. In addition to working with each site on operational quality, timeliness and efficiencies, Bill works with the sites on commercial printing opportunities. Bill was part of the Gannett team brought together five years ago to start the process of creating the GPS as one of Gannett’s Key Strategic Initiatives. Prior to his current position Bill was a regional VP for GPS.

Prior to the GPS, Bill was the VP Operations in Indianapolis and a Regional Production Director for Gannett. He has been recognized as a top production executive within Gannett as a recipient of the company’s President’s Ring in 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007. In 2008, Bill was named a Regional Production Director within Gannett. In addition to his duties at The Star, Bill worked with the Regional Gannett group President on operational issues at the Gannett sites within the region. This role was, in a way, a first step toward the regionalization of production operations that have now come to be the Gannett Publishing Services (GPS).

Prior to Indianapolis, Bill was the Director of Production for Knight-Ridder Inc. He began his career with Knight Ridder’s Miami Herald in 1982 in circulation. He joined production operations in 1985 and held various positions including mailroom manager, pressroom manager and production manager before moving to his position with Knight-Ridder Corporate.

Bill holds a BA in Business Management from the Catholic University of America and an MBA from Barry University.

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