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- Website: http://www.local-world.co.uk/
Local World was formed in January 2013 from a merger of regional media companies Northcliffe Media and Iliffe News and Media.
It was owned by a consortium of shareholders including Northcliffe parent company DMGT, Iliffe owner the Yattendon Trust, and fellow publishing group Trinity Mirror.
The company’s combined portfolio stretched from Humberside to the South West and included more than 100 local and regional newspapers and 150 websites.
In 2015, minority shareholder Trinity Mirror bought out the remaining shares in the company to take full control. The group is now part of Reach plc.
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