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Killer app: Killer app PCP puts in a virtuoso performance for Cullum mag

Looking barely old enough to be in HMV on his own, Jamie Cullum has gone and confused the issue even further. The fresh-faced singer-songwriter and instrumentalist has now published his own magazine The Eighty-Eight, a “beautifully designed collection...

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).

Haymarket contract renewal seals 50-year partnership with Wyndeham

Wyndeham Group has renewed a printing contract with its longest standing client, Haymarket Media Group, until December 2017, taking the relationship between printer and publisher to 50 years.

Wyndeham Roche expands Condé Nast portfolio

Wyndeham Roche has won the contract to print GQ Style and Love, bringing the total number of Condé Nast titles printed at the St Austell facility to 10.

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.

New interactive magazine puts print first

An ambitious publishing project involving a new, entirely interactive women's magazine goes live this week.

Push rolls out new magazine targeting artistic elite

Push, the printer of high-gloss material for artistic-leaning clients, has rolled out the first issue of a full-blooded style magazine called Article.

Tower Hamlets council tenders for 20m print framework

The London Borough of Tower Hamlets (LBTH) is on the hunt for five to eights UK printers to tender for a contract, worth up to 20m over four years, to produce publications for councils from across the capital.

Digital magazine growth prompts combined ABCs

Last week's ABC figures revealed a 1.5% drop in the total print circulations of audited consumer magazines for the last six months of 2012, spurring the PPA to publish its first ever combined digital and print edition round-up based on the ABC data.

Taylor Brothers to print new high-end magazine, Cereal

Bristol-based printers Taylor Brothers has been selected to print new, high-quality food and travel magazine, Cereal.

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