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River increases Healthy magazine run length for newsstand launch

Content marketing agency The River Group has upped the run length of Holland & Barrett's customer magazine by 30% as it prepares to roll the title out to newsstands nationwide next month.

What did print do in the Great War?

It’s unlikely to have escaped many people’s attention that this year marks the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War, and across the country many events are taking place to commemorate the occasion.

The Fleece Press wins Best British Book at BPIF Book Awards

Huddersfield-based private press The Fleece Press scooped the Best British Book award at last week's BPIF British Book Design and Production Awards 2014.

Trinity Mirror printing revenue down 6% since interim results

Printing revenue at Trinity Mirror has fallen 6% in the 17 weeks to 26 October, according to the publisher's latest interim management statement, compared with a 3% increase in the first six months of the year.

Joint venture launches its first high-speed web press

The first fruits of the partnership between Bielomatik and Matti Technology, a fully integrated 300m/min high-speed book and publications production line, is to make its first public outing at an open house event next week.

Pensord sets up £350,000 digital wing

Sheetfed magazine printer Pensord is to launch a £350,000 digital print division to support its publishing clients with ultra short-run and versioned titles, personalised covers, subscription drives and general marketing.

Johnston Press eyes ad revenue tipping point in 2015

Johnston Press chief executive Ashley Highfield has said the regional publisher is close to returning to top line advertising revenue growth following continued slowing of the rate of decline in the third quarter.

Business inspection: Maintaining two strings to your bow

Remaining fast and flexible has been key to success in both print and publishing.

IPC teams with Boku to offer mobile payment for mag subscriptions

IPC Media has partnered with mobile payment platform Boku to allow readers to subscribe to its print titles via text, in a bid to revitalise interest in magazines amongst the young "mobile-first" generation.

Magazine ABCs show net circulation increase in first half of 2014

Average net magazine circulation in the UK increased by 1.2% to 33.4m in the first six months of 2014, despite a mixed performance by some of publishing's biggest brands.

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