Voluntary redundancy scheme launched as company bids to cut overheads
Midland News Association
- Head Office: 51-53 Queen Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 1ES
- Website: www.mna-research.com
The Midland News Association is a private newspaper publishing firm owned and run by the Wolverhampton-based Graham family.
Its two flagship daily titles – the Express and Star and Shropshire Star – account for more than 200,000 sales everyday.
The two dailies, along with their sister weekly newspapers, cover Wolverhampton, the Black Country, parts of the West Midlands, Shropshire and Mid Wales.
More information can be found on the company’s website at www.mna-research.com.
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