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New audience measurement tool for publishers launched

The Published Audience Measurement Company (PAMCo) has launched the industry’s new audience measurement “currency”, which enables users to look at audience delivery across all publisher platforms for the first time.

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”.

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%.

Haymarket hopes to score with new kids' football title

Magazine publisher Haymarket is piloting Goal! – a new football magazine for children aged seven to 11, which piggybacks on the success of its FourFourTwo brand.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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