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News | Friday, 12 February 2016
'Sad day for us, bad day for journalism': Industry mourns loss of Independent newspapers
Journalists from across the industry have been saddened by news that The Independent and Independent on Sunday newspapers are closing. Following the...
News | Friday, 12 February 2016
NUJ accuses Lebedevs of 'contempt' for journalists after closing Indy print titles following 'closed doors' deal
The National Union of Journalists has accused the Lebedevs of "moral bankruptcy" for closing the print edition of The Independent without...
News | Friday, 12 February 2016
30 years of the Indy in print: Peaked in 1989, victim of Times price war, turning tabloid, going online-only
October 1986: The Independent launched by former Telegraph staffers Andreas Whittam Smith, Matthew Symonds, and Stephen Glover. November 1989: The...
News | Friday, 12 February 2016
Independent newspapers closed, but will continue online, after i sale to Johnston Press
Independent and Independent on Sunday papers to be closed in March Johnston Press confirms £24m deal 'conditionally agreed...
News | Friday, 12 February 2016
Guardian News and Media journalists warned about redundancies as company seeks £54m cuts
Guardian News and Media journalists have been warned about redundancies as the company seeks to cut £54m a year from its annual costs. An...
News | Friday, 12 February 2016
Andrew Marr and former Independent journalists condemn potential closure: 'Whaat? Noooo.... It's getting better by the day'
Former Independent editor Andrew Marr has condemned news that the newspaper's print edition could be closed. A senior Independent source told...
News | Thursday, 11 February 2016
Google to ensure 'right to be forgotten' stories are removed from all versions of search engine used in EU
Google will hide content removed using the "right to be forgotten" ruling from all versions of its search engine, the technology giant has...
News | Thursday, 11 February 2016
Mag ABCs 2015, digital editions: Economist leads growth in sector which accounts for 1.8 per cent of total sales
Digital magazine subscriptions grew by an average of 13 per cent year on year in the second half of last year. But they remain a niche offering for...
News | Thursday, 11 February 2016
Senior Independent source: Sale of i would mean newspaper closures - but enhanced 'digital brand' could live on
Senior source: i sale would lead to Independent and Independent on Sunday closures But website could live on in enhanced form...
News | Thursday, 11 February 2016
Mag ABCs 2015: Women's weeklies all down, Reveal drops 24 per cent
Every women's weekly magazine aduited by ABC lost circulation in 2015. The best-selling title, Take a Break, was down 9 per cent to 589,495....
News | Thursday, 11 February 2016
Mag ABCs 2015: Haymarket's Forever Sports leads growth in depleted men's magazine sector
Forever Sports was the fastest growing men’s magazine in the second half of 2015, up 16.4 per cent year on year. The title launched in March...
News | Thursday, 11 February 2016
Mag ABCs: Price-cut and give-away copies help Cosmopolitan lead growth in women's fashion and lifestyle titles
A price-cut and increased free distribution helped Cosmopolitan grow its monthly circulation by 57 per cent year on year in the second half of last...
News | Thursday, 11 February 2016
Current affairs magazine ABCs, 2015: Spectator, New Statesman, Private Eye and Economist all grow in election year
Half of the news and current affairs magazines audited by ABC increased their circulations in 2015. Political magazine The Spectator was the best...
News | Thursday, 11 February 2016
Full 2015 UK magazines ABC circulation breakdown: 60 out of 442 titles grow sales
The 422 UK magazines audited by ABC lost circulation by an average of 4 per cent year on year in the last six months of 2015. The figures combine...
News | Thursday, 11 February 2016
Broker 'confused' by Johnston Press bid to buy i - and 'initial thoughts' are for investors to reject move
A broking company has said its "initial thoughts" on a Johnston Press takeover of the i newspaper are that investors should reject the deal...
News | Thursday, 11 February 2016
Met chief Hogan-Howe: 'I can ask my officers to speak to journalists, but I can't order them to have trust'
The commissioner of the Metropolitan Police acknowledged that "the relationship we have with journalists is not in good health". And Sir...
News | Thursday, 11 February 2016
IPSO chair Sir Alan Moses says 'quite untrue' to say press regulator controlled by publishers
Sir Alan Moses yesterday rejected the suggestion that the Independent Press Standards Organisation was a “sham” regulator, saying it now...
News | Thursday, 11 February 2016
Johnston Press confirms 'late stage discussions' to buy Lebedev's i newspaper for £24m
Johnston Press has confirmed it is in "late stage discussions" to buy the i newspaper for around £24m. According to the regional...
News | Wednesday, 10 February 2016
Trinity Mirror launches free news aggregation app Perspecs linking through to other publishers
Trinity Mirror has moved into news aggregation with the launch of a free app linking through to other websites, including rivals. Perspecs,...
News | Wednesday, 10 February 2016
Leveson part two needed to examine links between News of the World and Daniel Morgan murder, Parliament told
The brother of murdered private investigator Daniel Morgan told a meeting at the House of Lords yesterday why he suspects press involvement in the...

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