Publishing

Murdoch sees endgame approaching for printed newspapers

Nonagenarian media mogul Rupert Murdoch has predicted that printed newspapers likely have 15 years left, “with a lot of luck”.

An old issue of the Bedfordshire Bulletin. Image: Rosetta Publishing on Facebook

Local publisher disqualified over BBLs

The boss of a local newsletter publisher has been handed a lengthy ban for abusing the Bounce Back Loan scheme.

National World partners with Reach on advertising sales

National World has formed two new strategic partnerships for its digital and print advertising sales.

The 2024 winners secured grants totalling £84,000

Printing Charity gives Lordly welcome to Rising Stars

The Printing Charity celebrated the industry's brightest prospects yesterday (4 July) at the House of Lords.

Pitshanger hails bespoke envelope opportunity for printers

Bespoke envelope specialist Pitshanger Envelopes has increased capacity to further broaden its product range and encourage more printers to seize the opportunity to produce custom products.

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Layflat.com launches all-in-one book block system

Layflat.com has launched a new fully automatic book block system consisting of an in-line press and in-line soft cover module.

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Telegraph results hit by exceptional charge

Subscriptions and underlying operating profits are up at Telegraph Media Group but its results have been impacted by a near-£280m exceptional hit due to loans owed by Barclay family businesses that...

Euro 2024 boost to printed mags and merch

A swathe of special issues, supplements, wallcharts and other promos have been printed in the UK for UEFA’s Euro 2024 football championship, which kicks off today.

Halstan boosts book firepower with Canon, Tecnau and Horizon

Halstan has confirmed a major spend with Canon and IFS that will see the business automate and add continuous feed inkjet to its book production setup.

Director breached the terms of the CBILS loan scheme

Publishing bosses barred

Two co-directors of a specialist publishing business have been barred after breaching the conditions of a Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan.