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Trinity Mirror announces more local newspaper closures

Trinity Mirror will close four free local weekly newspaper titles later this month.

Cost-cutting bears fruit for GMG

After the first stage of its three-year cost-cutting programme the Guardian Media Group (GMG) has driven down losses by a third and seen revenue and membership gains.

Orphans gets by with a little help from its press

Publisher Orphans Publishing, which also has a print arm (Orphans Press), was able to both commission and print a celebration of all things Beatles as the 50th anniversary of the seminal Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band rolled around.

Record year for UK publishing

2016 was a record-breaking year for the UK publishing industry, according to the latest figures from the Publishers Association.

Books take off as readers rekindle a love of print

It’s fair to say that the mood at the recent London Book Fair was pretty upbeat. Nielsen Book Research provided its latest findings on the eve of the show and its report made for positive reading – particularly for book printers.

The publishers who put it all together

Which part of the magazine publishing sector has a colossal advertising spend yet doesn’t sell advertising in its titles, publishes new products every year, in two tightly defined timeframes and knows with certainty that after the first issue of any new magazine is published sales of the title will start to fall?

Buxton buys Excel out of administration

Buxton Press, the PrintWeek 2016 Company of the Year, has acquired Excel Publishing out of administration.

Johnston completes £17m title sell-off

Johnston Press has completed the disposal of 13 of its print titles and associated websites to Cambridge-based Iliffe Media.

Add another string to your bow

It is billed as “the story of the Beatles as you’ve never seen it before”, and where better to launch a book on the Fab Four than their home city of Liverpool. The book in question, Visualising the Beatles, transports readers back to the vibrant sixties and explosive days of Beatlemania, according to its producer.

Immediate takeover anticipated

The Radio Times publisher Immediate Media is on the brink of being acquired by German media firm Hubert Burda, according to reports.

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