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Newsquest ad revenue down 7.9%

Guardian – 2011-10-17

Regional newspaper publisher hit by decline in retail ads and classifiedsRegional newspaper publisher Newsquest, which owns titles including the Glasgow-based Herald and the Argus in Brighton, has...

Newsquest's ad revenues fall nearly 8%

Guardian – 2011-01-31

Owner of 189 titles including Glasgow-based Herald and Argus in Brighton faces continuing woes in fourth quarter of 2010Regional newspaper group Newsquest, which owns titles including the...

Newsquest to cut jobs at London papers

Guardian – 2008-10-06

The NUJ has attacked planned cuts at Newsquest titles in London that could see 12 editorial positions go across the group and up to six staff made redundant. By Oliver Luft

Newsquest classified ad revenue down 19%

Guardian – 2008-07-17

Local newspaper publisher Newsquest, owned by US firm the Gannett Corporation, has suffered a 19% year-on-year drop in classified ad revenue. By Oliver Luft

Newsquest/Gannett Faces NUJ Strike Action

Editor & Publisher – 2012-03-22

More than 80% of the National Union of Journalists' members who work for Newsquest/Gannett say they are prepared to take strike action if they are not given a pay rise this year. The US-owned...

Newspaper readers in revolt over Newsquest's cover price rises

Guardian – 2013-06-12

Newsquest, the regional publisher controlled by the US newspaper giant Gannett, has come up with a novel way of raising revenue - increasing cover prices to the level that ensures fewer people buy...

Newsquest raises prices, sees sales plunge and laughs all the way to the bank

Guardian – 2013-08-28

The print sales decline of Britain's regional daily newspapers appears to be accelerating. According to the latest ABC figures for the first six months of this year, almost half the 70 titles...

Newsquest's pettifogging action over NUJ ballot boosts militancy

Guardian – 2013-08-28

Newsquest, the regional publisher that exemplifies all that's wrong with corporate (and foreign) newspaper ownership, objected to the result of a National Union of Journalists' ballot on the most...

Newsquest journalists are striking about more than job losses

The Guardian – 2014-02-17

History tells us that Gannett's decision to relocate local production operations to a hub in South Wales is deeply flawedImagine the conversation at the boardroom table in Tysons Corner, Virginia,...

Why journalists voted to strike against Newsquest-Gannett

The Guardian – 2014-02-17

I see that Newsquest has warned members of the National Union of Journalists that they may be in breach of their employment contracts if they take part in tomorrow's planned one-day strike.NUJ...

MPs send support to Newsquest/Gannett strikers on the picket lines

The Guardian – 2014-06-25

Journalists at Newsquest/Gannett titles in Blackburn and London formed early morning picket lines as they carried out strike action today in protest at three management initiatives."Newsquest's...

Newsquest's fate uncertain as Gannett spins off its publishing business

The Guardian – 2014-08-06

Just two weeks on from reporting a large increase in profits, Gannett has announced the splitting of its broadcast and publishing divisions into separate companies. It means that Gannett's British...

Johnston Press, Newsquest, Local World take on Facebook and Google

The Guardian – 2014-11-19

Regional newspaper publishers pool ad space to compete with tech companies such as Facebook, Microsoft and Google Continue reading...

The National's sales slump but Newsquest eyes general election fillip

The Guardian – 2015-01-27

Sales of Scotland’s first pro-independence daily paper falls to 15,000 – a quarter that of launch edition – but publishing group remains committed to investing in the titleSales of the National...

Newsquest/Gannett plans to charge students to write for its titles

The Guardian – 2015-02-10

Newspaper group wants student journalists to pay for their bylinesNewsquest, the UK’s third largest publisher of local and regional newspapers, is charging students £120 for the chance to...

Newsquest redundancies a ‘massacre’, says union

The Guardian – 2015-04-29

NUJ organiser calls 30 redundancies at titles in the north-east, London and the south-east a sign that company is ‘at war’ with staffThe National Union of Journalists has described more than 30...

Cost-cutting Newsquest/Gannett goes on the acquisition trail

The Guardian – 2015-05-26

US-based publisher adds 29 titles to its portfolio by buying the Romanes groupNewsquest, the US-owned regional newspaper group with more than 200 titles in the UK, has acquired 29 more by buying the...

Newsquest/Gannett dares to erect paywall at Northern Echo

The Guardian – 2015-05-28

Publisher employs metered model, and a cheap entry fee, to lure subscribers In a further flight from reality, Newsquest/Gannett has introduced a paywall at one of its regional dailies, the...

Journalists plan to strike for 12 days at Newsquest/Gannett newspapers

The Guardian – 2015-06-09

NUJ contrast chief executive’s £7.5m salary with low pay at south London titlesMembers of the National Union of Journalists at newspapers in south London are planning to go on strike for 12 days...

Newsquest fires veteran executives and orders them to quit the office

The Guardian – 2015-11-19

Regional publisher accused by NUJ of imposing ‘brutal and unjustifiable’ cuts I know, everyone knows, that regional publishers are eradicating jobs. Many of the people in the know also accept...

Boris Johnson urged to express concern over Newsquest cuts

The Guardian – 2015-12-01

London Assembly members call on mayor to complain to chief executiveA motion attacking the regional newspaper publisher Newsquest/Gannett for its cutbacks has been tabled for discussion at...

Now Boris Johnson must tackle Newsquest over lost jobs

The Guardian – 2015-12-02

London assembly urges mayor to express his concern to newspaper publisher I wrote yesterday about a London Assembly motion that attacked the regional newspaper publisher Newsquest/Gannett for its...

Newsquest/Gannett forced to change policy over remote subbing

The Guardian – 2016-01-04

Local editors will now write headlines rather than subs at production hubsRemote subbing appears to work in many places across the world but, evidently, not at Newsquest/Gannett’s UK-based...

Newsquest/Gannett changes its mind once again over subbing strategy

The Guardian – 2016-01-12

Publisher rescinds decision to switch headline-writing from hubs to local officesDoes Newsquest know what it’s doing? Last week, I reported about an email sent by one of the company’s executives...

Brighton Argus editor departs, but does Newsquest really care?

The Guardian – 2016-12-08

Publisher refuses to explain why yet another of its editors, one respected by both his staff and his audience, has left the ailing newspaperMike Gilson, the best editor the Brighton Argus has had in...

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