Cover prices across most Johnston Press titles will rise between 5p and 25p this year as part of the relaunch of its paid-for titles.
The company announced last week that five of its daily titles would be switching to weekly publication on 28 May with ten other existing weeklies also getting a fresh look.
In a presentation to investors today, chief executive Ashley Highfield set out the timetable for the relaunch of the remaining titles over the rest of this year.
He revealed that 53 titles will be relaunched in July 2012, a further 37 in September and 60 in November.
Ashley has already made clear there will be no further frequency changes from daily to weekly as part of this year’s phase of relaunches.
However in his presentation today, he said there would be “few” daily titles remaining by 2020.
He also said the relaunch would include format changes for most of the group’s remaining broadsheet titles.
The one exception is likely to be the Yorkshire Post, which has already undergone a relaunch in broadsheet format and will not be changing to compact.
The presentation also set out a vision of what the business is likely to look like in 2020 with 75pc of its readership coming via digital platforms as opposed to 10pc today.
Print readership by contrast is expected to fall from 90pc of the audience to 25pc.
Similarly Ashley expects user generated content to make up around half of all its content by 2020, whereas 90pc of its content is currently created by journalists.
However he said he still expects there to be “journalists on the ground on every town,” citing this as the company’s unique selling point.