How radical marketing and unexpected behaviour is helping daily paper reposition itself
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Industry expert tells NS conference how American papers are increasing their audience
Editors tell how they take on crowded marketplaces
The Tamworth Herald has unveiled a new “lighter” look. This current edition of the Northcliffe-owned weekly boasts a new masthead, a cleaner design with more white space, and now comes in three sections, with property and classifieds separate to the
“Exciting and profitable year” for news group which continues to grow
“Success stems from single-minded focus on news, information and entertainment” – chairman
Trading update shows circulation and advertising revenues are ahead of last year
Morning compact aims to increase sales – but evening broadsheet editions will remain the same
The five-edition Lincolnshire Citizen has this week been given a complete makeover. The free paper, which distributes to more than 56,000 homes across the county, has been redesigned and given revamped content and added advertising. A new masthead, a fresh
A new report is claiming that the greatest obstacle to free reporting is secrecy among public bodies. In a wide-ranging survey, more than 80 per cent of regional daily newspaper editors and more than 60 per cent of weekly newspaper
One of the country’s oldest weekly papers is switching from broadsheet to compact format. The Chester Chronicle is due to relaunch on Friday. The new compact has been made possible by parent company Trinity Mirror’s manufacturing strategy, which has seen
New figures show division made £150.6m in 2004
Preservation of local newspaper titles published between 1700 and 1950 through the Newsplan 2000 project is now complete. The titles have been preserved on microfilm and the delivery of microfilm reading equipment to libraries and archives has now begun. Newsplan
New figures from the Audit Bureau of Circulations show a number of successes among regional titles. Smaller daily titles have performed particularly well, and while some larger titles have been affected by the reduction in bulk sales, a number of
A new study has revealed the effect that newspaper bills outside paper shops have on customers. The people that ran the survey claim the results are a “wake-up call” for publishers and retailers that do not consider billing as an
I read with interest retiring Hexham editor Eve Fuller’s comments on HTFP, bemoaning the fact that it is ‘more difficult than ever’ to tell people what is really going on, and I nod knowingly throughout.