Drama as Telegraph sale process is paused
The sale process for the Telegraph Media Group and The Spectator magazine has been paused until next month, with the Barclay family racing to take back control of their former publishing assets.
Magazine tenders and more up for grabs
Contracts including either the print or design of magazines – or both – are currently live via the government’s Find a Tender service, along with a print contract for stickers.
NUJ chapel calls for action over Reach job cuts
The National Union of Journalists (NUJ) group chapel at Reach has expressed no confidence in the leadership of Jim Mullen or the company’s senior leaders, following the publisher's recent announcement...
Canon event puts future of books centre stage
Canon’s Future Book Forum celebrated its 10th year with a programme packed with ideas about how publishers and printers can take advantage of cutting edge technology, as well as practical measures for...
Reach to cut 450 jobs in cost reduction programme
Reach has proposed the reduction of its total workforce by an estimated 450 full-time roles as part of the cost reduction programme it announced in March.
CMA will probe News UK and DMG Media print plans
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has decided to review plans by News UK and DMG Media to create a joint venture printing operation, in a move that could take several months.