The Packet series in Cornwall will hit the streets with a fresh new look this Thursday. The facelift, which has been in the pipeline for three months, will see a host of new features, a redesigned masthead and replacement typefaces.
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The Carlisle News & Star has been redesigned because it was focusing on “too many features and not enough news”. The paper has now assigned district reporters to each area of Carlisle and is promising readers “more news, more views
Welsh language newspaper Y Cymro has been sold by North Wales Newspapers to entrepreneur and publisher Sir Ray Tindle. The deal also saw Tindle Newspapers buy Radio Ceredigion 2000 Cyfyngedig and will enable Tindle Newspapers to further extend their commitment
Richard Findlay, chief executive of media group Scottish Radio Holdings, is to retire later this year. Richard, (60), who is also an executive director, will step down from his current role at the end of the financial year in September.
Northcliffe Newspapers has seen its operating profit rise by nine per cent to £46.6m, with turnover of £257m boosted by an extra week’s trading compared with the previous half year. Circulation revenues for the division were also up – by
The Competition Commission has outlined a number of issues that it plans to investigate during an inquiry into Archant’s acquisition of 27 London newspapers. The group bought all the weekly titles run by Independent News and Media in Greater London,
The North Wales Chronicle has unveiled a bright new look to readers and advertisers, with a host of new content. The free paper, believed to be the oldest weekly in Wales and is distributed to 47,452 homes every Thursday, has
The Archant purchase of 27 weekly newspapers from Independent News & Media has been integrated into the company with the creation of three new divisions. Archant London will within it Archant Greater London, home of the 27 new titles, Archant
Regional newspaper publisher Archant has had its acquisition of 27 London newspapers referred to the Competition Commission. Last year saw Archant purchase all the weekly titles run by Independent News and Media in Greater London, Essex and Kent in two
To mark Local Newspaper Week this week, Leader of the Opposition Michael Howard has written about the “important and invaluable” role of the regional press in this article released through The Newspaper Society. Do you remember how not too long
News staff tell of the obstacles and excuses which hamper reporting
The acting director-general of the BBC has spoken of his hope for a better relationship between the broadcaster and the regional press, with more collaboration between the two. Speaking at the Newspaper Society’s annual lunch, Mark Byford told an audience
The Government is set to work more closely with the regional press industry over data protection and press freedom. Home Secretary David Blunkett has promised “more effective consultation”. He told the Newspaper Society, the industry body for local newspapers: “I
Regional newspaper company Northcliffe has announced its latest trading update, informing investors that the company is continuing to perform well. Circulation revenues for the past five months are up, circulation figures are showing a slower decline than recently, and performances
Scottish Radio Holdings’ press division saw profits rise by an estimated eight per cent in the past six months. According to the media group’s latest trading update, Score Press also increased advertising revenues for October to March by six per
Broadsheet regional the Huddersfield Daily Examiner is to publish in a new, compact size from April 19. The paper announced the move to readers this week and unveiled its new masthead, which now includes a symbol of the town’s Castle