In the latest edition of Press Gazette – Journalism Weekly (13/9/2012) – we investigate reports that the Johnston Press 170-title relaunch strategy is failing places.
While some insiders claim the relaunches have led to some disastrous sales declines, chief executive Ashley Highfield insists that the relaunched titles are making more money both through advertising and high cover prices.
We also have exclusive news of new hacking claimants, an in-depth report from Andrew Pugh on journalism under fire in Mexico and Sun investigations editor Brian Flynn on why Leveson needs to understand that redtops do engage in hard-hitting investigations.
Here are links to archived edtions of Press Gazette – Journalism Weekly:
Click on the links below to read archived editions of Press Gazette – Journalism Weekly. This week's edition is at the bottom of the list.
- Journalism Weekly (30/5/2012): New Mirror editor vows to fight cuts, Keir Starmer exclusive interview
- Journalism Weekly (7/6/2012): Journalists cash-in on website sale, Martin Lewis interview
- Journalism Weekly (14/6/2012): Cost of Met press probes revealed, Exaro profile
- Journalism Weekly (21/6/2012): MD can't rule out Northcliffe sale, David Leigh and Nick Ut interviews
- Journalism Weekly (28/6/2012): Leveson focus shifts to paparazzi and Associated
- Journalism Weekly (5/7/2012): Fleet Street bribes probe, the net widens; Jim Grey interview
- Journalism Weekly (12/7/2012): Desmond veto on press cards plan, Jim Gray interview part two
- Journalism Weekly (19/7/2012): Northcliffe sues Twitter, why has happened to Matt Nixson?
- Journalism Weekly (26/7/2012): Express titles set to scupper PCC2
- Journalism Weekly (2/9/2012): Northcliffe faces backlash over US legal action against tweeter
- Journalism Weekly (16/8/2012): Magazines report 'robust' ABC sales
- Journalism Weekly (23/8/2012): Law not Leveson stopped Harry pics
- Journalism Weekly (30/8/2012): Mixed fortunes for daily to weekly switch titles in ABCs
- Journalism Weekly 6/9/2012: Times titles claim Games gold with 1m sales boost
- Journalism Weekly: (14/9/2012): Highfield defends sales strategy after sales slump