Publishing News

Including both digital and print, we keep you updated on everything that's going on in the North's publishing world. From closures to new publications, appointments to major developments, you can find it all here.

The BBC is proposing to launch a new charity in conjunction with tech companies that will fund local news reporting across Britain.

The former crime correspondent at the Yorkshire Post is heading up a new investigations team working across the i paper and JPI Media's regional titles across the UK.

Oldham

A man from Oldham has been arrested after posting a message in support of the Christchurch terror attack on Facebook.

Harry Mead

Harry Mead, believed to be Britain’s longest-serving columnist, has penned his final piece for The Northern Echo.

Emerald Group, a global provider of research and learning resources, has acquired the digital learning and performance support company Mind Tools.

i newspaper

The Pensions Regulator has dropped its investigation into Johnston Press, saying it found “no evidence to suggest that insolvency was avoidable".

Scunthorpe Telegraph

The Scunthorpe Telegraph apologises after swear words appear on a death notice on its obituaries page.

Gabriella Swerling has joined The Daily Telegraph as its new Social and Religious Affairs Editor.

The Liverpool-based Trinity Mirror Sport Media is rebranding as Reach Sport.

Bolton Wanderers has lifted the ban on local journalists, which has stood since last year.

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