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Assets of publishing firms that hit printers bought out of liquidation

The assets of Black Dog Publishing and sister company Artifice Books, which went into liquidation last month owing printers thousands of pounds, have been bought by St James’s House Media Group.

Ingenta acquires advertising software supplier 5fifteen

Publishing industry software provider Ingenta has acquired magazine and newspaper industry software supplier 5fifteen.

Northcliffe sold to joint venture Local World

Regional newspaper rivals DMGT, Trinity Mirror and Yattendon Group have created Local World, a new publisher combining DMGT's Northcliffe division with Yattendon's Iliffe News & Media.

Cambridge University Press (CUP) outsources European print to MPG

The two businesses have signed a long-term agreement that will see MPG take over "a significant amount" of CUP's European mono, two and four-colour book and journal manufacturing from 2 July.

North Plains buys Xinet to form largest pure-play DAM in print

North Plains has acquired rival digital asset management (DAM) vendor Xinet for an undisclosed amount to form "the largest pure-play DAM vendor" in the print industry.

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