A new monthly print newspaper highlighting good news stories from businesses in Manchester is to launch later this week.
Print operations for the Manchester Evening News and Huddersfield Examiner are to be merged, leading to 'about' seven job losses in Huddersfield.
Aasma Day, who heads up the Johnston Press Investigations Unit, is to leave to become north of England correspondent for Huffington Post.
Each Friday in The Wrap, one of the North’s leading media and creative figures gives us their take on the week’s news covered by Prolific North. This week it’s the turn of Jonathan Reed Managing Director Sunny Thinking.
Reach has confirmed that it is to combine its Trinity and Northern & Shell sales functions.
An independent review into the future of British journalism is calling for evidence.
The NUJ has described Newsquest’s decision to sack four photographers in Cumbria as “a cut too far” and says job losses now total about 100 since the takeover of CN Group three months ago.
UNILAD co-founder Sam Bentley has resigned from the board and stepped down as joint CEO amidst an investigation into “allegations of historic misconduct” at the Manchester-based company.
Johnston Press has restructured its weekly operations in Yorkshire, meaning Jean MacQuarrie will now oversee titles that are 92 miles apart.
The Huddersfield Examiner has to publish a correction after it was found to have breached editorial standards.