Sue Douglas to head Trinity Mirror subsidiary, including Sunday People

Ex-Sunday Express editor to be joined by Rupert Howell in division that will include the Sunday Mail and regional titles Former Sunday Express editor Sue Douglas is to join Trinity Mirror to take charge of the Sunday People, weeks after her plans to buy a majority stake in the title were rejected by the publisher. […]


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Trinity Mirror: ‘too soon’ to know outcome of phone-hacking inquiry

Publisher brought in an external law firm to investigate allegations against six current and former journalists Trinity Mirror has said that it still “too soon” to know the outcome of an investigation it has ordered by an external law firm into the arrest of six current and former journalists over allegations of phone hacking and […]


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Trinity Mirror to strengthen national and regional newspaper links

Journalists from Trinity Mirror’s regional papers are to get two-week work placements on the publisher’s national titles, reports HoldTheFrontPage. The project, which starts next month, is aimed at strengthening relationships between its newsrooms. It will also involve exchange visits by groups of staff from the national titles – the Daily and Sunday Mirror, The People […]


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UK newspaper advertising facing bleak forecast for 2013

National titles to record 9% decline with display revenue falling below £1bn for the first time, according to Group M analysis The ailing UK newspaper advertising market is set to get even worse next year with national titles forecast to face an almost 9% decline that will see display revenue fall below £1bn for the […]


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Trinity Mirror share value up after tablet strategy unveiled

Price hits 22-month high after much-delayed announcement as publisher unveils plans for free weekday Daily Mirror e-edition Shares in Trinity Mirror hit a 22-month high after the publisher of the Daily Mirror revealed its long-awaited tablet strategy. The publisher unveiled its much-delayed tablet plans for a free Monday to Friday e-edition of the Daily Mirror […]


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David Montgomery: Local World will kickstart regional newspaper fightback

Non-executive chairman promises to stop rounds of cost-cutting as his firm takes control of 110 regional titles • DMGT sells regional titles to Local World for £52.5m David Montgomery has pledged that Local World will kickstart a “fightback” in the ailing regional newspaper industry, and promised to shy away from the endless rounds of cost-cutting […]


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Mirror Group journalists questioned by company lawyers over alleged hacking

Journalists on Trinity Mirror’s national titles interviewed by lawyers as part of internal investigation into phone hacking Journalists at Mirror Group Newspapers are being formally interviewed by company lawyers in response to legal action launched last month over alleged phone hacking. Several journalists working on Trinity Mirror’s national titles answered questions from company lawyers on […]


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Trinity Mirror shares drop 18% due to fear of costs over phone-hacking claims

Publisher of Daily Mirror had £25m wiped off market value following news Sir Justice Vos will manage four hacking claims Trinity Mirror’s share price slumped as much as 18% on Friday, as jittery investors wiped £25m off its market value over fears the company may have to pay damages over alleged phone hacking. The Daily […]


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Trinity Mirror promotes Lloyd Embley to editor-in-chief role

Daily Mirror and Sunday Mirror editor to take on new role as part of management restructure at newspaper publisher Lloyd Embley, the editor of the Daily Mirror and Sunday Mirror, has been promoted to editor-in-chief as part of a senior management restructure at publisher Trinity Mirror. Embley, who will take on overall responsibility for Trinity […]


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