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Reader’s Digest UK closes

Reader’s Digest UK has come to an end after 86 years, according to its editor-in-chief.

Reach's digital vision supported by 'predictable and reliable' print

Print revenues at media group Reach have proved more resilient than at its digital operation.

Various news and leisure titles have performed well

Scant success for print in latest ABCs

The latest Audit Bureau of Circulations (ABC) consumer media report makes grim reading for print, with just a handful of titles showing print circulation increases against a backdrop of significant...

All three notices include extension options

Magazine tenders and more up for grabs

Contracts including either the print or design of magazines – or both – are currently live via the government’s Find a Tender service, along with a print contract for stickers.

Rare Mags' tweet was shared two thousand times

Rare magazine shop goes viral with “print is dead” jibe

Rare Mags, a specialist rare magazine and book store based in Stockport, has had a post on X (F.K.A. Twitter) viewed 140,000 times after it was widely shared online.

YM Group as it was – the company is now much reduced

YM Group: what went wrong?

There are lots of odd things about the current situation at YM Group, where more than 500 people are out of work after the sudden fall into administration of its three web offset sites.

Walstead begins talks over Southernprint closure

Walstead plans to close its Southernprint web offset site due to declining magazine volumes, and has entered into a 45-day consultation with the workforce at the factory.

Smash Hits returns for one-off issue

A one-off special issue of iconic pop music magazine Smash Hits has been published in partnership with the West End launch of new musical & Juliet, which features the music of Swedish songwriter and...

Latimer Trend: rescue deal is off

A possible rescue deal at Latimer Trend has hit the buffers after terms could not be agreed, with administrators now appointed at the long-standing print business.

Walstead seals fresh finance deal with Close

Walstead Group has agreed a new facility with Close Brothers Asset Finance as part of a simplification of financing across the business.

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.