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Reach revenues boosted by N&S deal

Reach’s revenue grew by 4.4% year-on-year in the first four months of 2019, boosted by its acquisition last year of Northern & Shell’s publishing assets.

Print decline slows at Reach

Reach is expecting further declines in its circulation and publishing print advertising revenue for Q4, even as group revenue is boosted by the acquisition of Northern & Shell.

Print revenue down at Reach

Reach has reported Q3 circulation and publishing print advertising revenue declines of 4% and 20% respectively in its latest trading update, but said it remains on track to deliver cost synergies of at least £20m a year by 2020.

Reach Printing Services wins Metro contract

Reach Printing Services has signed a contract to print a number of the Metro titles being published directly by DMG Media.

Reach posts £113.5m loss as regional titles take a hit

Reach has posted a £113.5m half-year statutory pre-tax loss in the first six months of 2018 after taking a £150m charge on a “more challenging than expected outlook” for its regional businesses.

GMG narrows losses as digital overtakes print

Guardian Media Group (GMG) has increased its revenues and narrowed its losses as digital sales have overtaken print for the first time.

Reach sees sales boost following N&S deal

Reach is anticipating a revenue increase of 11% for the 26-week period to 1 July, boosted by its near-£200m acquisition of Northern & Shell’s publishing assets, but like-for-like sales are expected to fall.

Johnston Press shares hit record low

Shares in Johnston Press slumped to a record low this morning (5 June) after the company warned of “extremely challenging” trading.

Trinity shareholders approve name change as revenues fall

Trinity Mirror will change its name to Reach next week after shareholders overwhelmingly backed the rebrand at the group’s Annual General Meeting, but sales at the publishing company have continued to slide.

Johnston Press revenue down but trading 'in line with expectations'

Johnston Press has recorded a revenue drop of 9.5% in its full-year results and warned it would need to cut costs against a “difficult backdrop” but said its adjusted EBITDA was “in line with expectations”.

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