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Trinity Mirror is set to close the 158-year-old Liverpool Post newspaper next week, with its last weekly print issue published on 19 December.
News UK's chief executive Mike Darcey has stressed he is now focusing on total paid-for sales of The Sun's multimedia brand as the Daily Mail overtakes it to become the biggest selling Saturday newspaper.
Other things we like this week include UsVsTh3m reaching seven million uniques and growth in web shopping on Cyber Monday.
By any measure, 2013 has failed to meet expectations. Following the once-in-a-lifetime highs of London 2012, this was tipped to be a rather uneventful 12 months.
As the FT prepares to launch a single global edition, its deputy chief executive and global commercial chief tells Arif Durrani why the newspaper is as relevant as ever.
Steve Auckland has been appointed managing director of Metro and will join the business on 10 December.
In a media first, PlayStation has taken a double page ad on pages two and three of The Sun today and apologised to the paper's topless model star Rosie, who has been "bumped" to page five.
Steve Auckland is returning to take the helm of Metro newspaper, a brand he left in March 2011 having run the operation for nine years.
Newsworks, the UK marketing body for newsbrands, unveiled the winners of its inaugural planning awards last night at the Groucho Club in London.
Linda Grant, the managing director of Metro newspaper, is set to leave the business she has led for nearly three years tomorrow, as part of a wider restructure.
Commenting on the latest figures documenting the rise of Mail Online, Simon Duke writes in The Sunday Times Business: "The Mail was late to the online races. However, it has leapfrogged internet pioneers such as The New York Times and The Guardian."
Things we like this week include Austin, Texas sponsoring next year's NME Awards, Havas Media Group launching Down Under and ITV and News UK picking up the Champions League highlights.
More than 600 executives attended the Campaign Media Awards last week to celebrate the best commercial media campaigns and initiatives in what has been another whirlwind year for the industry.
Mail Online is set to unveil plans for a launch in Sydney, Australia through a partnership with established digital media company Mi9.
Telegraph Media Group (TMG) has appointed Public Broadcasting Service's Jon Brendsel as its group chief information officer.
News UK has bolstered its digital subscription offering after picking up the rights to show UEFA Champions League and Europa League match clips across platforms for The Sun, Times and Sunday Times from 2015.
It was in October 2009 when I answered the phone to Daren Rubins. The conversation started pleasantly enough, but soon descended. MEC had just been awarded Media Week's Agency of the Year, and the then managing director of PHD, raw with ambition and ...
MediaCom's Karen Blackett, News UK's Katie Vanneck Smith and Procter & Gamble's Roisin Donnelly are among the leading women to be honoured at last night's Women in Marketing Awards.
Things we like this week includes Miley's Amsterdam appearance, Downton Abbey's fifth season and MediaCom's fundraising efforts.
Trinity Mirror, the national and regional publisher, has reported a 68% lift in its digital audience following its One Trinity Mirror transformation strategy last year, but circulation and advertising revenues continued to fall in its last four month...
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