Egmont Magazines saw sales increase a massive 21 per cent in the first half of 2012 – by far the best performance of any of the major UK publishers.
The Insolvency Service has obtained a High Court order winding up a magazine publisher which made millions after making false claims to advertisers.
The former editorial director of Haymarket Business Media, Dominic Mills, has joined the content agency Redwood as group editor of its Royal Mail account.
Specialist consumer magazines publisher Future has reported revenue down 7 per cent in the three mnonths to 1 January, driven largely by a drop in print revenues in the US.
Progressive Customer Publishing has unveiled one of the biggest business magazine launches of recent years with Economia – the new magazine for accountancy trade body the ICAEW.
The New Statesman picked up the prizes for both editor of the year and website editor of the year at the British Society of Magazine Editors awards last night.
A monthly magazine spin-off for online children's game Moshi Monsters was one of the most successful new magazine launches from the first half of this year.
Moshi Monsters reported a debut circulation of 113,748 copies a month.
Guardian Media Group has reported overall operating l
TSL Education – publisher of the Times Educational Supplement and Times Higher Education – led the way at last night's Professional Publishers Association Awards after picking up four awards including digital product of the year for business medi
Here are all the shortlisted entries for the 2011 PPA Awards which aim to recognise excellence in the magazine publishing industry.
The magazine published on behalf of health food retailer Holland & Barrett is to go on sale at the newsstand.
The chief executive of the Professional Publishers Association has warned that allowing the Royal Mail to impose a price increase on bulk mail would be like a penalty tax on magazine publishers.
The National Union of Journalists has accused magazine industry trade body the PPA of failing to take action on what one editor called the 'contentious and confusing'subject of unpaid interns.
Strong revenue growth from digital ad sales and its customer publishing business helped keep specialist magazine publisher Future trading in line with expectations, the company reported.
Special interest publisher Future reported this morning that adjusted year-on-year profits rose nine per cent in the 12 months to the end of September.
The Economist's John Micklethwait picked up the prize for Editors' Editor at the British Society of Magazine editors awards in London last night.