Your big ads are very annoying, Gannett

“Gannett thinks that advertisers still want ads that hit users over the head.”ganad

Go to or any Gannett-owned newspaper website and you’ll get a full-screen ad blocking what you’re trying to read.

“We want to make the entire [computer] screen a TV set,” says Steve Ahlberg, Gannett’s Vice President of Revenue Solutions.

Okay, Steve, then consider Gannett a blocked channel.

* Gannett looks to ignite the return of the giant banner ad (