WASHINGTON, D.C. (WUSA) - USA Today now has a completely new look.
Gannett, which is also WZZM's parent company, has redesigned and re-imagined the country's most widely circulated newspaper.
USA Today held a launch celebration in Washington, DC Thursday night. A star-studded gala at the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery brought our first look at the USA Today of the future.
30 years ago, USA Today revolutionized newspapers with crisp, clear stories and snazzy graphics. Now from web to tablet to plain old paper, Editor in Chief Dave Callaway says USA Today's been retooled for the next thirty years.
There's been plenty of heartache about the future of newspapers, journalism, and reporters. But the deep thinkers say 'Hey, Gutttenberg didn't make money right away when he first printed the Bible nearly 600 years ago.
Nearly everyone agrees we'll have a tough time surviving as a free and vibrant society without the clear, concise, unbiased information we get from professional media like USA Today.
You can see more of the new USA Today by clicking here to go to the website.