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Print trails phone in PAMCo results

Print’s market reach across news and consumer media brands has continued to lag behind that of phone in the seventh round of results from joint industry currency PAMCo.

Print farmer being wound up, more trading styles emerge

Yet more websites have emerged with a remarkably similar appearance to those used by notorious print farmer Neill John, who was disqualified from being a director earlier this year.

Second publisher wound up after falsifying emergency services links

A publishing company based in Liverpool has been wound up by the court after falsifying links to the emergency services and charities to secure more than £60,000 in advertising revenue.

Stephens & George to advance automation on new Polar

Stephens & George is to take on a new Polar 115N Plus guillotine from Heidelberg as it continues its programme of investment for the second half of the year.

Magazine ABCs highlight growth titles bucking downward trend

The Audit Bureau of Circulations (ABC) has released the latest consumer magazine reports, highlighting a downward trend in circulation across the industry but with a number of bright spots.

Record sales for Walstead at half-year amid 'maelstrom'

Walstead chairman Mark Scanlon believes insolvency “remains a real threat” for some competitors, but said his own group’s position was very different as the business announced its highest sales yet at the half-year.

Emergency services magazine publisher shut down

A Wirral-based magazine publisher that falsely claimed to produce magazines supporting the emergency services has been wound up in court.

TI, Kelsey and Hearst all make paper wrap moves

The shift to paper wrapping in favour of polywrapping is gathering pace, with three major publishers opting to make switches, including venerable weekly Country Life moving to paper wrap for its subscriber copies.

Vogue uses silver and neon for September issue

Windles Group has printed the covers for Vogue’s landmark September issue, the first covers the group has printed for the upmarket publisher.

Evans to step down as PCP MD

Precision Colour Printing managing director Alex Evans will step down next year, with a successor already appointed to take over as part of a phased transition.

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