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The Washington Post joins World Wide Web Consortium

The Washington Post has announced that they have joined the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), allowing the newspaper to participate in international discussions that ultimately determine standards that help shape digital business for years…

Record time for press relocation by GWS

GWS Printing Systems (GWS), the manroland GOSS subsidiary for press relocations and used equipment, just finished a successful relocation project of a commercial LITHOMAN press in the Netherlands in record time. In the course of certain…

Glasgow Times delivers free to care homes

Glasgow Times is launching a new dedicated service for the elderly that will see free copies of the paper delivered to care homes across the city. With the UK in COVID-18 lockdown and many people separated from their loved ones the…

Condé Nast to launch Vogue Singapore

Condé Nast has announced the launch of Vogue Singapore, the brand’s 27th edition. Vogue Singapore will launch in the autumn of this year with an English-language print issue, a website and presences on all relevant social platforms. It will…

California’s oldest weekly newspaper saved from shut down

The Mountain Messenger, California’s oldest weekly newspaper, was on the verge of folding, has been saved with an eleventh-hour bid to buy it. Published in Downieville, the weekly has been printing every week since 1853. Mark Twain even…

Local Journalism Initiative introduced in Quebec

For news media publishers in Quebec or Ontario, or publishers of Indigenous news media, the Local Journalism Initiative is here to help them. Launched by the Government of Canada, the initiative provides support to news media publishers by…

USA Today tests bilingual content in English and Spanish

USA Today has geared up to make deeper connections with Spanish-speaking readers by launching a new series in English and Spanish. The project, called Hecho en USA, will tell stories about the lives of Spanish-speaking Americans. Cristina…

The Guardian deputy editor stepped down after 40 years

After 40 years with the newspaper and 25 years in the role, The Guardian deputy editor Paul Johnson stepped down. He was also the newspaper’s head of news, business and sport. The newspaper has announced a series of senior editorial…

Meredith Corp releases first issue of Reveal magazine

In collaboration with globally recognised lifestyle tastemakers Drew and Jonathan Scott, Meredith Corporation has unveiled the first issue of its new quarterly magazine Reveal. The Winter 2020 issue is available online and on nationwide…

New publisher and CEO of The Philadelphia Inquirer

The Philadelphia Inquirer recently announced the appointment of media executive Lisa Hughes as Publisher and CEO, replacing Terry Egger, who recently told The Inquirer’s board of his plans to retire. Lisa had served in the company’s top…

Condé Nast launches Vogue Business in China

Condé Nast has announced the launch of Vogue Business in China. The edition debuts as a new addition to Vogue Business, which launched online in January 2019. The media title reaches an audience of senior professionals across 39 markets…

Lee Enterprises acquires BH Media Group’s newspapers

Iowa-based Lee Enterprises is buying BH Media Group’s publication The Buffalo News for $140 million in cash. The deal means Lee, now in 50 markets, will own 81 newspapers, almost doubling its size. BHMG has a presence in 10 states, owning…