Gannett , the parent of USA TODAY, said fourth-quarter earnings fell 12% to $90.7 million due to the absence of political advertising that had boosted its 2012 profits, as well as a decline in print ad sales from a year earlier. Adjusted earnings per share of 66 cents beat analysts' estimates of 65 cents . Quarterly revenue was $1.37 billion , down 10% from a year ago. The broadcasting and print segments reported lower revenues, but Gannett's total digital revenues climbed 6.1% to $390.6 million .
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