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Top 5 newsbrands attract 46 million readers per week

August 30, 2013


BY Arif Durrani, Amid all the talk of declining newspaper sales and an industry battling to maintain relevancy, the quarterly National Readership Survey provides a welcome reminder about the enduring role the press continues to play in many consumers lives. The top five newspaper brands in the UK – The Sun/Sun on Sunday (13.5m), Daily […]

DMGT confirms Mail Online is profitable as group revenue hits £509m

July 25, 2012


Daily Mail & General Trust has today confirmed Mail Online is now a profitable business on a "run rate basis", and posted a 3% lift in group revenue to £509 million in the second quarter. DMGT confirms Mail Online is profitable as group revenue hits £509m The performance of Mail Online, which includes content from […]

Murdoch: News Corporation shareholders ‘want me to get rid of newspapers’

April 29, 2012


 Rupert Murdoch has taken the stand at Leveson Inquiry for the second day, after admitting yesterday (25 April) that News Corporation’s shareholders would like him to “get rid of” all the company’s newspapers. Rupert Murdoch: News Corporation chairman appears at the Leveson Inquiry During his four hours of evidence to the inquiry yesterday, Murdoch, chairman […]

News Executives and the Future

March 5, 2012


America’s news executives are hesitant about many of the alternative funding ideas being discussed for journalism today and are overwhelmingly skeptical about the prospect of government financing, according to a new survey by the Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism in association with the American Society of News Editors (ASNE) and the Radio […]

The Search for a New Business Model

March 5, 2012


The Industry Looking Ahead March 5, 2012 Given the uncertainties of the moment, we asked the newspaper officials to project what their industry might look like five years down the road. There were a variety of answers. The most common scenario was that the newspaper would be printed and delivered to people’s homes less frequently, […]

News International reports 119,255 digital subs for The Times

February 14, 2012


News International has provided an update on its two UK newspaper websites behind paywalls, to report 119,255 digital subscribers for The Times and 113,818 for the Sunday Times. News International reports 119,255 digital subs for The Times In further revelations, the publisher reported an average of 59,882 copies of The Times were downloaded daily on […]

News International signs seven-figure deal with Global Radio

February 6, 2012


News International, publisher of The Sun and The Times, has signed a seven-figure partnership deal with Global Radio, which will include at least six months of activity across a variety of stations such as Capital FM and Classic FM. Breakfast show duo: Dave Berry and Lisa Snowdon of 95.8 Capital FM London The deal has […]