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Southernprint scores another coup with Egmont

The Wyndeham Group subsidiary has signed a deal with Egmont Publishing Group after it won the contract to produce new Disney Pixar magazine, Brave.

Details of mammoth Olympic print project revealed

Haymarket Network, the customer publishing arm of PrintWeek publisher Haymarket, has revealed details of one of the largest UK magazine projects ever undertaken.

Rupert Murdoch quits as News International director

News Corporation has announced that Murdoch stepped down from a number of its UK and US boards on Saturday 21 July.

We Love Pop magazine celebrates a successful first year

We Love Pop magazine is celebrating the first anniversary of its launch as the third-highest circulating magazine in its market.

Cross-media event will focus on ROI

More than 100 exhibitors and a raft of high-profile speakers will address delegates at the event at London's Business Design Centre on 3-4 September.

Redundancies on the cards at GNM, report claims

Guardian News & Media (GNM) could be forced to make compulsory redundancies as early as this autumn to stem losses of nearly 1m a week, according to a Sunday Times report.

Johnston Press set to close Peterborough printing facility

The regional newspaper group has announced plans to close the city's Oundle Road printing press, which produces the Peterborough Telegraph.

Cambridge University Press (CUP) outsources European print to MPG

The two businesses have signed a long-term agreement that will see MPG take over "a significant amount" of CUP's European mono, two and four-colour book and journal manufacturing from 2 July.

Dalim Software launches mobile device workflow system

The German software solutions firm has released the latest version of its Twist 6.4 workflow system.

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt moves to reorganize after bankruptcy

US book publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH) has moved quickly to secure funding after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy early this week. This means that many of its unsecured creditors - including printer RR Donnelley and print manager Williams Lea - will likely be paid some, if not all, of the millions of dollars owed them.

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