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The Big Issue partners with Konica Minolta on AR project

The Big Issue has partnered with Konica Minolta to offer its readers a new way to access exclusive content through the use of augmented reality (AR).

People of Print eyes big brands after marking two years of Posterzine

Print collective People of Print has celebrated two years of Posterzine – its flagship print project produced in collaboration with Pressision Creative Print & Finishing.

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.

NRS figures show print still beats digital for British newspaper and magazine readers

The latest National Readership Survey (NRS) figures have highlighted the continued high consumption of newspapers and magazines in Great Britain.

NME to boost circulation to 300,000 in switch to free distribution

Music magazine NME is set to become a free publication in an attempt to reverse its steadily declining readership, and increase circulation from around 15,000 to 300,000.

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).

Tesco unveils new-look Tesco Magazine

Tesco has replaced its bi-monthly Tesco Real Food and A5 format Tesco magazine with a new-look A4 title that will have one of the highest circulations in the UK.

Polestar plans for new webs take shape

Polestar is set to confirm the chosen location for the first tranche of its new web presses next month.

Ensuring that light weight doesn't mean lightweight

Perhaps your average magazine reader has not noticed. Perhaps they failed to hear the slightly softer thud of their title of choice hitting the doormat and didn't notice that when they held the magazine, its weight was slightly less than usual.

Nuts shuns modesty orders

Nuts magazine publisher IPC Media has said it will not bow to demands from the Co-op to cover up the title with modesty bags.

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