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Spectator extends Wyndeham contract by two years

Wyndeham Group has extended its 19-year-old contract with The Spectator to print the political magazine up to 2020.

Three new titles in two-year Hearst extension for Wyndeham

Wyndeham Group has secured a two-year extension of its print contract with Hearst UK which includes the addition of three new titles.

Walstead seals deal for Polestar Bicester

Wyndeham Group owner Walstead has rescued Polestar’s Bicester operation with a deal to buy the equipment at the site and re-employ more than 300 staff.

Trinity Mirror profits fall as The New Day launches

On the launch day of its new national daily newspaper, The New Day, Trinity Mirror has reported significant declines in revenues and profits for the full year.

Trinity Mirror launches print only national daily newspaper

A new 'upbeat' and ‘politically neutral’ national newspaper will hit newsstands from next Monday and is being called ‘the first new standalone national daily for 30 years’.

Wyndeham prints new 85,000-run magazine for growing readers

Wyndeham Peterborough is capitalising on the buoyant market for children's magazines by printing a brand extension of kids’ TV show Hey Duggee, which hit the newsstands last week.

Emap to ditch print as brand is 'retired'

Emap’s 17 titles are ditching their printed editions as the brand itself is retired by parent company Top Right Group.

Jamie Cullum indulges his passion for typography with The Eighty-Eight

Popular jazz singer-songwriter Jamie Cullum has launched his own "occasional" magazine, The Eighty-Eight, with the help of Shropshire-based printer Precision Colour Printing (PCP).

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