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Trinity Mirror's data journalism website Ampp3d part of 'continuous experiment' says product director ColesBy Rachel Banning-Lover | 11 Dec 2013
Trinity Mirror has continued its run of innovative web launches with the creation this week of daily data journalism website Ampp3d.
By Rachel Banning-Lover | 11 Dec 2013
An interactive timeline looking at the decline and closure of the Liverpool Daily Post.
By Dominic Ponsford | 10 Dec 2013
Trinity Mirror is closing the 158-year-old Liverpool Post newspaper just under two years after moving it from daily to weekly distribution.
By Darren Boyle | 02 Dec 2013
Trinity Mirror’s new entertainment and humour website UsVsTh3m says it attracted seven million unique users in November.
By Dominic Ponsford | 05 Nov 2013
Trinity Mirror today launched a stand-alone seven-day website for the Sunday People which is entirely funded by ‘native advertising’.
By Darren Boyle | 17 Oct 2013
A digital editor at Trinity Mirror has revealed how titles in Wales have moved from being "99 per cent" focused on print.
Trinity Mirror site UsVsTh3m has broken the one million monthly user barrier four months after it was launched.
By Gavriel Hollander | 24 Sep 2013
The Sunday People is moving ahead with plans to create a seven-day digital product before a rebrand of the print title.
By Dominic Ponsford | 23 Sep 2013
The Daily and Sunday Mirror unveiled new looks this weekend as, for the first time in at least a decade, they appear to have the wind in their sails and making a real race of it with The Sun. The new look for the Mirror emphasises a plan to position the title as the "intelligent tabloid&quo
By Gavriel Hollander | 23 Sep 2013
Transport for London has banned a new Trinity Mirror poster campaign from London’s Underground network.
By Press Gazette | 20 Sep 2013
The Sun on Sunday is to follow the lead of tabloid rivals the Sunday Mirror and Sunday People with a 10p cover price rise this weekend.
By Dominic Ponsford | 18 Sep 2013
The Daily and Sunday Mirror are to unveil a new look this weekend backed up by a seven-figure advertising campaign.
By Gavriel Hollander | 12 Sep 2013
The Sunday Mirror is under investigation over suspected phone hacking, its publisher revealed today.
Trinity Mirror has brought out a new edition of The Ayrshire Post for the Scottish west coast town of Troon.
By William Turvill | 09 Sep 2013
While many daily newspapers – national and regional – have seen double-digit circulation losses in the last year, one of the UK’s smallest titles, the Paisley Daily Express, has emerged as the most successful.
Former Herald editor Jonathan Russell made publishing director of Trinity Mirror's local Scottish titlesBy Press Gazette | 27 Aug 2013
Former Herald editor Jonathan Russell has been made publishing director of Trinity Mirror’s Media Scotland stable of local titles.
By Gavriel Hollander | 21 Aug 2013
Trinity Mirror subsidiary Media Scotland has rebranded the Glaswegian as Glasgow Now to bring it into line with its other recently launched free city titles.
By Press Gazette | 20 Aug 2013
Four journalists have today been told by the Crown Prosecution Service they face conspiracy charges as a result of the Met's Operation Elveden inquiry into payments to public officials.
By William Turvill | 16 Aug 2013
Wales on Sunday is being sued for £50,000 by a former Labour public policy consultant over allegations he was involved in the uploading of hardcore pornography to a Conservative website.
By Press Gazette | 08 Aug 2013
Trinity Mirror has decided to capitalise on the huge photographic archives in its regional newspaper titles by launching a series of nostalgia magazines featuring words, pictures and headlines going back over 150 years.