Trinity Mirror

By Freddy Mayhew | 13 May 2016
The editor of failed national daily newspaper The New Day, Alison Phillips, has been appointed as deputy editor-in-chief of the Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror and Sunday People.
By Dominic Ponsford | 13 May 2016
Wales Online editor Paul Rowland has been promoted to the new role of editor-in-chief for Trinity Mirror's South Wales region.
By Dominic Ponsford | 11 May 2016
Trinity Mirror cutbacks at Local World titles continued this week with plans to cut the staff of the Black Country Bugle from five to two reporters based outside the area.
By Dominic Ponsford | 10 May 2016

Two more Local World editors are to step down in the wake of the take-over of the company by Trinity Mirror.

Lynne Fernquest (pictured) is leaving the Bath Chronicle and Rob Stokes is to leave Western Daily Press.

By Freddy Mayhew | 09 May 2016
The daily Nuneaton News has become the latest casualty of widespread cutbacks being made across the Local World group by its new owner Trinity Mirror.
By Freddy Mayhew | 09 May 2016
A survey of the UK's journalists has found that those describing themselves as black are particularly under represented and that most young journalists earn less than £29,000 a year.
By Freddy Mayhew | 05 May 2016
The New Day readers have expressed disappointment on hearing that the UK’s newest daily title is to close after just two months, but most said they weren’t surprised by the news.
By Press Gazette | 04 May 2016
The New Day - the UK's first new stand-alone national newspaper in three decades - is set to close this week after just over two months in print.
By Freddy Mayhew | 04 May 2016
A weekly editor has left the paper where he started his journalism career after a decision to merge editorships on the daily Grimsby Telegraph and weekly Scunthorpe Telegraph.
By Dominic Ponsford | 25 Apr 2016
A further 14 editorial jobs are to go at titles in the Local World regional newspaper group which was bought by Trinity Mirror last November.
By John Reynolds | 22 Apr 2016
The editor of the Derby Telegraph is the third senior editor of a daily title in the Local World group of newspapers, which were purchased by Trinity Mirror for £220 million last year, to leave the newspaper group.
By John Keenan | 19 Apr 2016
A regional newspaper publisher has attacked the competition regulator's refusal to take action on the Trinity Mirror take-over of Local World.
By John Keenan | 18 Apr 2016
Trinity Mirror is merging the news teams at two regional titles, with the loss of up to eight editorial jobs.
By John Reynolds | 12 Apr 2016
Trinity Mirror is launching Glasgow Live, its latest in a string of standalone digital website launches, with a team of ten journalists.
By John Reynolds | 30 Mar 2016
Trinity Mirror is launching a new standalone digital title in Ireland which it claims will be a “one-stop shop for all things Dublin”.
By Dominic Ponsford | 23 Mar 2016
The Supreme Court has rejected Trinity Mirror's challenge against a £1.2m damages award made to eight victims of phone-hacking.
By John Reynolds | 09 Mar 2016
The New Day is not lifting its cover price to 50p as planned amid reports that its sales are currently standing at around 110,000 copies a day.
By Dominic Ponsford | 04 Mar 2016
One week in to the launch of The New Day and you would need a heart of stone not to wish the new title every success.
By Dominic Ponsford | 29 Feb 2016
The circulation department from i has urged newsagents not to be persuaded by Trinity Mirror to let The New Day take away its prominence of newsstands.
By Dominic Ponsford | 29 Feb 2016
Regional and national newspaper publisher Trinity Mirror has announced operating profit down £16.4m to £82.2m for 2015 on turnover down £44.6m to £592.7m.

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