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New interactive magazine puts print first

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

Goss Colorliner gets royal seal of approval at DC Thomson

The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall have visited DC Thomson to mark the official unveiling of the publisher's new print facility and Goss Colorliner Compact Printing System (CPS).

PCP completes trio of cup final jobs

Precision Colour Printing has produced three high-profile football programmes for customer publisher Haymarket Network.

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.

Thatcher coverage boosts April daily newspaper figures

Circulation of quality dailies in April experienced a rare uplift as readers hit the newsstands to read coverage following the death of Margaret Thatcher.

DC Thomson to launch insert printing service

Dundee-based publisher DC Thomson has announced it will become a "one-stop-shop for advertisers" with a new all-in-one mailroom facility.

DC Thomson launches Ruby Loves craft title

Magazine and newspaper publisher DC Thomson has launched a new title aimed at a "new generation" of girls that want to learn about craft making.

Regional daily newspapers suffering in latest ABCs

All bar two regional daily newspapers suffered a drop in circulation in the six months to December 2012 compared to the previous year, recent ABC figures show.

Trinity Mirror targets readership boost with free editions

Trinity Mirror is to bolster its Birmingham Mail newspaper with an additional 50,000 free Friday copies in a bid to boost its readership.

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.

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