MLive was a media company based in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Booth owned eight newspapers in the state of Michigan. Founded by George Gough Booth with his two brothers, Booth Newspapers was sold to Advance Publications (a Samuel I. Newhouse property), which purchased it in 1976 for $305 million, a record at the time. Booth Newspapers owned The Ann Arbor News which ceased printing in July 2009 and was re-established as with a Thursday and Sunday newspaper and website independent of the other Booth properties.

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