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Newspapers in United States find new revenue streams

Even though ad revenue from traditional print media decreased 8.6 per cent in 2013 and overall adspend fell 6.5 per cent from the previous year, US newspapers have managed to find other sources of income, the latest industry data has shown.

WARC, the World Advertising Research Council, says that... Read more...

UK press ‘critical moment’ goes under the spotlight in Scotland

The UK press faces a “critical moment” which will go under the spotlight at a major new media conference in Scotland tomorrow.

Scottish Newspaper Society director John McLellan, a former editor in chief at The Scotsman Publications said in advance of the conference in Glasgow: “This is a critical... Read more...

UK press Regulatory Funding Company appoints first board

In a further step towards establishing a new tough, independent self-regulatory system for the UK press, the Regulatory Funding Company has appointed its first board of directors.  

The Regulatory Funding Company Board will be:

Magazines: Albert Read, deputy managing director, Conde Nast... Read more...

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FT’s £170k mailroom upgrade for St Clements Press

St Clements Press, the east London-based print subsidiary of the Financial Times, starts a Muller Martini mailroom upgrade this month.

The £170,000 investment yet again signals the FT’s long-term commitment to the future of the site after renewing its computer to plate equipment and workflow at... Read more...

Tickets still available for 2014 Newspaper Awards

Table bookings are still being taken for the 2014 Newspaper Awards.

The Gala Dinner and Awards presentation takes place at London’s Hilton on Park Lane on Tuesday April 1.

The shortlist of entries in the 16 categories can be seen here.

Chairman of Judges and PJ editor Gary Cullum says: “The 2014... Read more...

Regional and local newspapers defy floods and gales to ensure continued publication during rainstorms

BRITAIN'S regional and local newspaper staff defied floods and gales to ensure they produced their titles and reported on the devastating effects of this winter's headline-grabbing weather, while not missing an edition.

None of the UK's newspaper presses reported any disruption to production while... Read more...

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