Johnston Press (JPR-LN)

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BBC News  Mar 30  Comment 
The Edinburgh-based publisher's assets are now worth less than half of called-up share capital.
guardian.co.uk  Mar 29  Comment 
Yorkshire Post and Scotsman publisher blames Brexit uncertainty for ad slump, although i scores sales success The publisher of titles including the Scotsman, Yorkshire Post and the national i has reported a £300m pre-tax loss due to a tough...
Financial Times  Feb 3  Comment 
New chair resists pressure from activist fund as media group reveals revenues slide
Financial Times  Dec 16  Comment 
Trinity Mirror ups full-year expectations as Johnston Press offloads 13 titles
Reuters  Sep 29  Comment 
Johnston Press shareholder Crystal Amber Fund Ltd can help management avoid a poor debt restructuring deal, the hedge fund's chief executive officer told...
Financial Times  Aug 19  Comment 
Publisher cuts costs and newspaper portfolio as debt worries mount
guardian.co.uk  Aug 12  Comment 
Regional newspaper publisher has three-year deal with Sky to sell targeted TV ad slots to clients using pay-TV company’s AdSmart product Johnston Press is reviewing its TV ad sales venture with Sky over concerns that it may be losing some of...
guardian.co.uk  Aug 4  Comment 
Yorkshire Post and Scotsman publisher reports £184m pre-tax loss after wiping 40% off the value of its local newspapers Johnston Press has written down the value of its local newspaper portfolio by almost half, leading to a £184m pre-tax loss....
guardian.co.uk  May 18  Comment 
Johnston Press title’s circulation up by 7% in April, but it reports overall 17% falls in print and digital revenue in first quarter The i newspaper increased its sales by 7% in April to almost 300,000, a rise of almost 20,000 copies a day,...
Financial Times  Apr 10  Comment 
Johnston Press steps back into newspapers as Q1 ad revenues fall 16% — double 2015’s decline




 
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Johnston Press plc, along with its subsidiaries, is principally engaged in publishing of local and regional weekly, evening and morning newspapers, both paid-for and free, together with associated Websites, as well as specialist publications in paper, online or via mobile technologies. The Company operates in two business segments: newspaper publishing (in print and online) and contract printing. It has operations in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. Some of its wholly owned subsidiaries include Johnston Publishing Ltd, Johnston Press (Ireland) Ltd, Johnston (Falkirk) Ltd, Strachan & Livingston Ltd, Wilfred Edmunds Ltd, North Notts Newspapers Ltd, Yorkshire Weekly Newspaper Group Ltd, Sussex Newspapers Ltd, T R Beckett Ltd, Halifax Courier Ltd and Isle of Man Newspapers Ltd. On April 23, 2007, the Company completed the acquisition of the assets and titles of the Scottish newspaper operations of Archant Ltd.

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