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By Gavriel Hollander | 16 May 2013
Trinity Mirror's revenue for the first four months of the year fell by 10 per cent compared to the same period in 2013.
By Gavriel Hollander | 15 May 2013
The National Union of Journalists has called on Trinity Mirror shareholders to demand the company publish the difference in pay between its top executives and regional reporters
By Gavriel Hollander | 10 May 2013
A consortium of investors led by a former editor of the Sunday Express has apparently failed in its bid to take over the Sunday People. Trinity Mirror and the Sue Douglas-led Phoenix Ventures consortium entered talks in January around taking a majority stake in the Sunday title.
By Jennifer Awford | 10 May 2013
Two local news websites in Wales are set to launch in print this month as they seek to fill the “gaping hole” in regional coverage caused by editorial job cuts.
Ian Dowds to step down as managing director of digital media at Trinity Mirror after six months in jobBy Alan Selby | 27 Mar 2013
Trinity Mirror's managing director of digital media has resigned after six months with the company.
By Alan Selby | 25 Mar 2013
Trinity Mirror is to introduce technology across its top titles which will allow readers to buy products mentioned in editorial.
By Alan Selby | 25 Mar 2013
Trinity Mirror has launched a free app which allows readers to buy newspapers via their mobile phone.
By Press Gazette | 25 Mar 2013
Trinity Mirror has announced the creation of a digital journalism unit responsible for "developing engaging content ideas for our websites and print publications".
By Dominic Ponsford | 14 Mar 2013
- Operating profit up 2.5 per cent
- Simon Fox outlines vision for merger of national and regional divisions
By Press Gazette | 28 Feb 2013
Birmingham Mail executive editor Stacey Barnfield has been named new editor of the Birmingham Post.
By Andrew Pugh | 26 Feb 2013
The Birmingham Mail is to give away 50,000 free copies of the paper on Fridays in the city centre in a bid to increase readership.
By Andrew Pugh | 14 Feb 2013
Journalists working across all Trinity Mirror’s regional papers are bracing themselves for the introduction of a new working model called “Newsroom 3.0”.
By William Turvill | 11 Feb 2013
Some 16 Members of Parliament have now condemned plans to axe 66 regional jobs cuts across Trinity Mirror's network of titles.
By Andrew Pugh | 08 Feb 2013
Trinity Mirror has told staff that no payments will be made under its 2012 bonus scheme and that it plans to cut a further 32 non-editorial staff across its offices in Manchester, Cardiff and Birmingham.
Trinity Mirror to roll out five templates across 130-plus regional newspapers as emphasis moves to digitalBy Andrew Pugh | 06 Feb 2013
Trinity Mirror is to introduce a set of five newspaper templates that will be used across its entire regional newspaper portfolio.
By William Turvill | 04 Feb 2013
Welsh MPs have expressed their “deep concern” after Trinity Mirror announced it will be cutting 92 editorial jobs – including 16 in at Media Wales.
By William Turvill | 31 Jan 2013
Trinity Mirror has announced a series of new appointments at national level as part of its push for greater integration between the Daily and Sunday Mirror.
By William Turvill | 29 Jan 2013
Trinity Mirror is to cut approximately 40 editorial jobs as it aims to become a "digitally-focused news operation". TM has begun consulting affected staff and is hoping that enough staff members will apply for voluntary redundancies.
By Dominic Ponsford | 10 Jan 2013
Trinity Mirror has confirmed that it is in talks with a consortium to take over the Sunday People.
By Andrew Pugh | 03 Dec 2012
The Daily Mirror today becomes the first major UK national daily newspaper to give away its iPad edition for free.