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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.

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.

2M Print boost digital output with MGI

Norwich-based printer 2M Print has invested in an MGI Meteor DP8700XL to meet growing demand for regular and out-of-format photobook printing.

Guardian Print Centres in consultation

Guardian News and Media (GNM) is in consultation with staff at its two print facilities after the company announced a proposed restructure.

Men's Health launches luxury print supplement

Men's Health magazine is launching an annual high-end supplement in partnership with Harrods.

Johnston Press writes down print, media assets as revamp starts to bear fruit

The major overhaul at Johnston Press has resulted in the group's first increase in like-for-like operating profits in seven 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.

Newspaper readers still prefer print

More than 96% of newspapers are still read in their physical form rather than online, but decline is inevitable, a study from City University has reported.

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.

Lads mags must cover up or go

Retail chain the Co-operative will withdraw lads' mags from its shelves after 9 September unless publishers place the titles in 'modesty bags'.

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