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Daily Mail owner's print advertising revenues plunge by 70%
DMGT also owns the i and Metro and Covid-19 lockdown has hit newspaper industry

Mark Sweney Media business correspondent

28, May, 2020 @8:46 AM

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Daily Mail owner buys the i newspaper for £49.6m
DMGT will integrate some operations but appears to rule out editorial job cuts

Mark Sweney

29, Nov, 2019 @11:56 AM

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All credit to the owners of the far-seeing i
Johnston Press raised the price of their cheap and independent acquisition, and it looked like a bad move. But now they report profits of £1m a month

Peter Preston

10, Dec, 2017 @7:00 AM

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The i: as intelligent and compact as ever, but nothing like as cheap
The condensed version of the old Independent was a good read retailing at 20p. It’s still a good read: but wasn’t the point the price?

Peter Preston

03, Sep, 2017 @6:00 AM

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The Observer view on George Osborne as editor of the Evening Standard
The ex-chancellor is walking into a minefield of his own making

Observer editorial

19, Mar, 2017 @12:05 AM

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Johnston Press chief Ashley Highfield under pressure from shareholders
Amid concerns by the Crystal Amber fund, interim chairman is reported to have called in restructuring experts to help publisher currently worth less than £20m

Roy Greenslade

23, Jan, 2017 @9:01 AM

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Popular newspapers suffer greater circulation falls than qualities
Double-digit declines in the sales of Sunday titles confirm the success of Saturday editions, but the real winners are, of course, digital platforms

Roy Greenslade

19, Jan, 2017 @3:11 PM

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Theresa May gets thumbs up from Brexit-supporting national newspapers
Editors greet the prime minister’s coming speech with headlines and leading articles praising her decision to make a break from the EU’s single market

Roy Greenslade

17, Jan, 2017 @9:17 AM

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Fidel Castro: he was no hero, says the UK's national press
Newspaper leader writers and columnists point to the lack of press freedom in Cuba, and other human rights abuses, during the revolutionary leader’s regime

Roy Greenslade

28, Nov, 2016 @9:46 AM

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What the latest sales figures tell us about the state of newsprint
Circulations are falling away, of course, but there are two interesting battles to observe between the Mail and the Sun titles

Roy Greenslade

25, Nov, 2016 @1:09 PM

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Newspapers split, like the country, over Theresa May's Brexit speech | Roy Greenslade
While the Brexit-supporting press welcomed her patriotism, the papers that urged Remain called for greater clarity about her intentions

Roy Greenslade

03, Oct, 2016 @10:15 AM

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Brexit newspapers defend Theresa May and attack David Cameron
Rightwing press attacks former No 10 media chief over his claims about the current prime minister’s (alleged) lack of enthusiasm for the remain campaign

Roy Greenslade

26, Sep, 2016 @10:22 AM

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