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   02-10-2014

Founder's spirit will live on at Dennis, Tye insists

Founder's spirit will live on at Dennis, Tye insists

The publisher is continuing to grow the business - as well as trees - just as the late Felix Dennis would have wanted, its chief executive tells David Benady. see more »


   26-09-2014

BBC Good Food is celebrating its 25th anniversary in October with a new logo and a claim to be the UK's biggest magazine media brand by reach.

 BBC Good Food is celebrating its 25th anniversary in October with a new logo and a claim to be the UK's biggest magazine media brand by reach.

The special birthday-themed issue of the magazine features a birthday cake, created by the first 'Great British Bake Off' winner Edd Kimber. see more »


   22-09-2014

Private Eye raises cover price for first time in seven years

Private Eye raises cover price for first time in seven years

The fortnightly title, the UK’s best selling current affairs magazine, now costs £1.80, up from £1.50. see more »


   05-09-2014

Hello! launches monthly fashion magazine

 Hello! launches monthly fashion magazine

The first issue of Hello! Fashion Monthly (HFM) was distributed free at large shopping centres on Saturday, and at London Underground and mainline stations, on Monday 8 September. see more »


   08-08-2014

Why people still read the Radio Times

 Why people still read the Radio Times

Following the Radio Times posting a circulation of 762,814 yesterday, Kathy Day, the managing director of Radio Times Group, explains why the magazine is still going strong in the internet age. see more »


   04-08-2014

Publisher says 'f*ck the begrudgers' as Vogue hits all-time high in September

Publisher says 'f*ck the begrudgers' as Vogue hits all-time high in September

Condé Nast's September 2014 issue of Vogue is the monthly magazine's biggest-ever fashion issue, carrying more than £4.5 million-worth of ads. see more »


   25-09-2013

After 279 years in print - shipping industry daily Lloyd's List to go digital-only

 After 279 years in print - shipping industry daily Lloyd's List to go digital-only

After 279 years of continuous publishing, one of the oldest newspapers in the world is to go digital-only before the end of the year.
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   23-09-2013

Tesco launches UK's biggest magazine

Tesco launches UK's biggest magazine

Supermarket giant Tesco has launched what promises to be the UK's largest magazine by number of copies and readership, as part of a new print and digital content programme based around its 'Love Every Mouthful' message.
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   30-08-2013

Dennis launches kids' magazine

Dennis launches kids' magazine

Dennis Publishing, the independent publisher of titles such as The Week, is breaking into the children's market for the first time with the launch of Berty Squiggles, a kids' colouring and activity magazine
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   22-08-2013

Magazines still stranded between print and digital

Magazines still stranded between print and digital

Magazine ABCs continue to slide but, with digital adspend yet to explode, publishers are in a quandary
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16-02-2017

UK paid-for magazines ranked by year on year circulation growth (source ABC):

Figures are combined print and digital sale, % change year on year and percentage actively purchased in UK and Ireland see more

15-02-2017

Full UK magazines sales breakdown for 2016 (source ABC)

Figures are combined print and digital sale, % change year on year and percentage actively purchased in UK and Ireland see more

09-02-2017

More paper price rises on the way

A month after paper price increases of up to 10% were implemented across the board, a number of mills have now announced subsequent increases for coated and uncoated woodfree grades.
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Lecta and Sappi Europe will increase more prices in March see more