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Trinity Mirror axes Liverpool Post

Newspaper publisher Trinity Mirror has announced that the 19 December edition of its weekly business newspaper The Liverpool Post, launched in 1855, will be its last.

New tech opens up short-run options

What do the London Philharmonic Orchestra (LPO), esoteric football magazine Pickles, and newly married Lydia and Jamie from Sheffield have in common? Answer: they’ve all produced their own newspapers – proper, printed newspapers just like the familiar broadsheets and tabloids found in any newsagents – using the nifty easy-to-use system created by Newspaper Club (www.newspaperclub.com).

Johnston Press revenues continue decline but operating profit up

Total revenue was down 6.8% year-on-year although Johnston’s digital strategy is beginning to pay off, the company said in its interim management statement.

Trinity Mirror plans Reading print plant closure

Trinity Mirror's Reading print plant is set to close at the end of the year after the newspaper publisher revealed that it would not be renewing the lease on the facility.

Prinovis writes down assets as News UK contract shrinks

Prinovis UK has made a huge write-down in the value of its assets due to the seismic changes at News UK, and with the parameters of its contract with the publisher.

Johnston Press in 'crunch talks' with lenders

Johnston Press has reportedly hired the investment bank Rothschild as it prepares to enter discussion with its lenders over its £306m net debt.

Downton saves Charles Gee Group subsidiary from liquidation

Independent logistics business CM Downton has bought the Charles Gee Group subsidiary C&H (Hauliers), a major supplier to UK newspaper printers, from administrators FRP Advisory.

Charles Gee Group appoints administrators

Geoff Rowley, Phil Armstrong and Andrew Sheridan, partners at FRP Advisory, have been appointed joint administrators to the Charles Gee Group of Companies and several of its trading subsidiaries.

PrintWeek Awards 2013 Newspaper Printer of the Year - Trinity Mirror Printing (Watford)

This story is set to run and run: Trinity Mirror Printing (Watford) has won this category three years in a row, and what stood out for judges this year was "consistently punchy colour".

Kodak extends Sonora plate into newspaper applications

Kodak has this week launched a newspaper version of the Sonora thermal, process-free commercial printing plate that it unveiled at last year's Drupa.

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