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Print continues decline in latest magazine ABCs

The latest consumer magazine reports from the Audit Bureau of Circulations (ABC) have shown a continued overall decline for print, although some sectors bucked the trend.

Assets of publishing firms that hit printers bought out of liquidation

The assets of Black Dog Publishing and sister company Artifice Books, which went into liquidation last month owing printers thousands of pounds, have been bought by St James’s House Media Group.



Unite calls for 'urgent talks' with Trinity Mirror over jobs worries

Print operations at Trinity Mirror and West Ferry Printers will be unaffected for the time being following Trinity's acquisition of Northern & Shell's publishing assets, although Unite has called for “urgent consultation” over longer-term concerns for workers’ job security.

Johnston Press full-year revenue dips but contract printing sales up

Johnston Press has issued a trading update for the 52 weeks to 30 December 2017, reporting a 5% drop in revenue from continuing operations but contract printing revenue growth of 4%.

Guardian launches new tabloid format

The Guardian has launched its new tabloid format today (15 January) following the publication of its final edition in the mid-size Berliner format on Saturday.

Guardian announces tabloid switch date

Guardian Media Group (GMG) has confirmed that The Guardian and Observer will switch from their mid-size Berliner format to a tabloid size next month.

Monocle launches Winter Weekly

Following the success of its debut summer newspaper, global affairs magazine and brand Monocle has launched its Monocle Winter Weekly, and expanded its sales remit to North America.

Johnston Press hits £1m a month earnings for 'i'

Johnston Press has revealed the i newspaper is now trading in line with its plans, with EBITDA for the title averaging £1m a month for each of the past three months.

Time Inc sold but question marks remain over UK arm's future

US-headquartered Time Inc has been sold to rival Meredith Corporation for around $2.8bn (£2.1bn), although question marks remain over the UK arm of the business, which was put up for sale by Time earlier this year.

Abrupt closure at Stones Ashford

Stones Ashford has been shut down abruptly after the company's power was cut off by its energy supplier.

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