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Corbyn seeks to revive local papers

For each ally Jeremy Corbyn wins, he seems to make a new enemy too.

The power of print is not lost on the net’s biggest brands

As well as being among the world’s biggest brands, internet giants Facebook, Google and Amazon have something else in common – they have all started to embrace printed media in recent times.

Buyers have been slow to pick up on digital’s image problem

While printers have had to face up to many challenges over the past few years, consumer trust hasn’t been one of them.

New guard recognises print’s value

As digital technologies continue to make their evolutionary impact on everything from news and advertising consumption to data storage, analysts and onlookers seem to declare print to be dead with increasing regularity.

Print reigns during royal revelries

Newspapers and magazines can’t resist a royal special and the 90th birthday of Queen Elizabeth II on 21 April was the perfect opportunity to go large, sometimes very large, on the subject of our longest reigning monarch.

Independent’s move online does not reflect wider sector

The births, deaths and marriages column is a well-read newspaper fixture. Indeed, News Corporation chairman Rupert Murdoch chose to announce his engagement to Jerry Hall in the marriages column of one of his own papers, The Times, just last month.

Print and digital must team up to re-energise both media

At the beginning of the month, newspaper publishing giant News UK catapulted itself onto a new platform of cross-media potential and made the industry as a whole sit up and take notice.

Newsfax won't be the last newspaper printer to go under

The fate of one newsprint giant tells a tale about the sector as a whole, a sector that needs radical restructuring to survive in the modern world

Briefing: Will colour digital offer new lease of life for newspapers?

Digital print can offer a range of new opportunities for newspaper publishers, and while take-up may have been slow so far, it is set to accelerate

Briefing: Closure will have ramifications that radiate far beyond NI

News International's decision to close the UK's most successful Sunday tabloid may be symptomatic of a broader policy to move away from print

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