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Trinity Mirror to launch paid-for web services

Guardian – 2011-03-04

Trinity Mirror chief Sly Bailey outlines company's plans for apps as well as services such as web design, social media strategy and online PRTrinity Mirror is poised to launch its first paid-for apps for tablet devices, including the iPad, followed by an online payment system for specialist news on some of the websites serving its regional newspapers.Sly Bailey, the chief executive of the publisher of the Daily Mirror and 120 local newspapers, also said the company aimed to start offering...
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Trinity Mirror to axe a fifth of editorial staff

LONDON, Feb 1 (Reuters) - British newspaper publisher Trinity Mirror said it will cut almost a fifth of its editorial staff as part of a plan to overhaul the newsroom behind its popular tabloids... | Reuters – 2012-02-01

Trinity Mirror to cut up to 75 jobs at nationals

Publisher to partly merge reporting and production at Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror and People in a seven-day operationUp to 75 full- and part-time editorial jobs are to be cut at Trinity Mirror's... | Guardian – 2012-02-01

Trinity Mirror develops personalised content with Rummble Labs

Trinity Mirror is the first UK publisher to introduce pioneering technology that will enable it to deliver personalised content to the users of its sites. | Media Week – 2012-01-16

35 Jobs To Go As Trinity Closes 5 Offices In Scotland

Trinity Mirror is closing five offices in Scotland a month after announcing plans to merge the Scottish Daily Record and Sunday Mail with sister company Scottish and Universal Newspapers. The... | Editor & Publisher – 2012-01-12

Trinity Mirror buys email and mobile firm Communicator Corp for £8m

Publisher's acquisition is part of strategy to build digital marketing services business Trinity Mirror, the publisher of titles including the Daily Mirror and the People, has acquired an email and... | Guardian – 2012-01-04

Trinity restructures regionals for digital push

Trinity Mirror has restructured the management structure across its regional division and is creating 20 new digital positions as it looks to increase its focus on digital publishing and streamline... | Media Week – 2011-12-16

Trinity Mirror freezes pay for a year

Trinity Mirror has imposed a company-wide pay freeze for its 6,500 staff throughout 2012. It affects staff on all its national and regional newspapers. The publisher explained that it had had a... | Guardian – 2011-12-13

Trinity Mirror appoints Grigson as chairman

Former Reuters and Emap finance chief to replace Sir Ian Gibson next AugustTrinity Mirror has appointed David Grigson, a former finance chief at Reuters and publisher Emap, to be its new chairman,... | Guardian – 2011-12-05

Trinity Mirror appoints Reuters man as new chairman

Trinity Mirror, publisher of the Daily Mirror, has appointed David Grigson, the former chief financial officer of Reuters, as its new chairman with effect from August 2012. | Media Week – 2011-12-05

Trinity Mirror closes papers, cuts jobs

Trinity Mirror is to carry out another restructuring of its Midlands operation in order to cut almost 70 jobs. It will also close three free weeklies. Some 38 editorial staff and 11 advertising... | Guardian – 2011-11-15

Trinity Mirror abandons sport title

Trinity Mirror has abandoned plans to launch a national sports newspaper, which had been scheduled for launch at the start of the new football season last month.The publisher was reported by Media... | Guardian – 2011-09-07

Trinity Mirror profits fall 65%

Improved circulation for Sunday titles after News of the World closure helps to stem the revenue decline for newspaper publisherTrinity Mirror has reported a 65% plunge in pre-tax profits to £28.9m... | Guardian – 2011-08-12

Investors call on Trinity Mirror's Sly Bailey to halve her pay

Shareholders in Trinity Mirror want the company's chief executive, Sly Bailey, to cut her pay in half, reports today's Sunday Times.They believe the cut would reflect the fall in the publisher's... | Guardian – 2011-06-19

Trinity Mirror cuts 90 Scottish jobs

Trinity Mirror is making savage editorial cuts at its Scottish newspapers. About 37% of the journalistic employees at the Glasgow-based Daily Record and Sunday Mail are likely to be axed, reducing... | Guardian – 2011-06-08

Trinity Mirror appoints digital media chief

Chris Ellis will head newly created digital division that includes 3am.co.uk and mirrorfootball.co.ukTrinity Mirror, the publisher of the Daily Mirror, has appointed the former IGN Entertainment boss... | Guardian – 2011-05-17

Trinity Mirror Reports 10 Percent Dip in Ad Revenue

Newspaper publisher warns of challenging and fragile economic environment. | Editor & Publisher – 2011-05-13

Trinity Mirror - the positive, and surprising, side of the story

Is there a positive story to be told about Trinity Mirror? According to at least one stockbroking analyst, there are reasons for optimism about a company that has suffered a sudden plunge in its... | Guardian – 2011-03-25

Trinity Mirror's share price plummets more than 20%

Fall follows Daily Mirror publisher admitting 'slow and volatile' recovery meant costs would outstrip savings planned this yearTrinity Mirror's share price plummeted by more than 20% on Thursday... | Guardian – 2011-03-03

Oxford Media Convention: Trinity Mirror's Sly Bailey on the 'need to educate' Hunt

Sly Bailey, the chief executive of newspaper publisher Trinity Mirror, has issued cutting criticism of the culture secretary Jeremy Hunt's understanding of the full media issues regarding News... | Media Week – 2011-01-19

European giant Mecom rejects merger offer from Trinity Mirror

Mecom, the European newspaper group, has rebuffed a merger offer from Trinity Mirror, the publisher of The Daily Mirror. | Media Week – 2011-01-12

Daily Mirror Publisher Trinity Mirror Has First-Half Pretax of $79 Million

Trinity Mirror Plc, publisher of the U.K.’s Daily Mirror newspaper, said first half profit before tax was 50.4 million pounds from 31.3 million pounds in the first half of 2009. | Yahoo – 2010-07-28

UK's Trinity Mirror Acquiring Guardian Regional Media

The Guardian reported Tuesday that London-based Guardian Media Group is selling its regional media business to Trinity Mirror for 7.4 million pounds (US$11.5 million) in cash and GMG's release from... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-02-10

Trinity Mirror plans deeper cutbacks as ad revenue plummets

LONDON - Trinity Mirror plans to make £25m in cutbacks this year after revealing group ad revenues in the first two months of 2009 fell 30% year on year. | Media Week – 2009-02-26

Trinity Mirror sinks into red with £73m loss

Newspaper publisher Trinity Mirror has crashed into the red due to plummeting advertising and circulation revenues. | Times Online – 2009-02-26

Mediaspectrum Increases Business Efficiencies for Trinity Mirror with Web Based Content Management Platform

BOSTON----Mediaspectrum, Inc.® today announced deployment of the Media 2.0 content management platform for Trinity Mirror Plc, one of the UK's largest newspaper publishers. The Media 2.0 platform,... | Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance – 2009-02-12

Trinity profs bicker over book

A tug-of-war between two Trinity University professors over credit for a co-written book has prompted the publisher to suspend printing and possibly take the book off the market. | San Antonio Express-News – 2009-02-13

Weekly Weaverville 'Trinity Journal' Sold

Mike Wenninger has sold the Trinity Journal in Weaverville, Calif., to Wayne Agner. Terms of the deal, brokered by JP Media Partners, were not disclosed. | Editor And Publisher – 2009-01-21

Jobs under threat as Trinity Mirror cuts £20m

Jobs and local newspaper titles were under threat at Trinity Mirror today after the owner of the Daily Mirror national tabloid prepared to cut costs by at least £20 million next year. | Times Online – 2008-11-13

Industrial action back on at Trinity Mirror Midlands

NUJ members at Trinity Mirror's newspapers in Birmingham and Coventry have restarted their industrial action despite cancelling this week's two-day strike. By Oliver Luft | Guardian – 2008-10-09

Trinity Mirror's Midlands staff vote to strike

Union journalists at Trinity Mirror titles in the Midlands have voted for strike action after the company announced redundancies. By Leigh Holmwood | Guardian – 2008-09-18

Managing director Richard Webb leaves Trinity Mirror

Richard Webb, the managing director of Trinity Mirror's UK nationals division, has left the company. By Ben Dowell | Guardian – 2008-09-15

Trinity Mirror: 300 Midlands staff told to reapply for jobs

All 300 editorial staff working on Trinity Mirror newspapers in the Midlands have been made redundant and asked apply for new roles. By Oliver Luft | Guardian – 2008-08-20

Trinity to reduce costs as print profits drop

Sly Bailey has vowed to cut costs at Trinity Mirror after the company's latest interim results showed a 26% decline in print profits. | PrintWeek – 2008-08-08

Trinity Mirror's Sly Bailey warns ad gloom will continue

Trinity Mirror chief executive Sly Bailey said today that advertising revenue is falling more sharply than it did during the early 1990s recession. By Stephen Brook | Guardian Unlimited – 2008-07-31

Times of India owner yet to approach Trinity Mirror

Trinity Mirror is not understood to have received an approach from the media group behind the Times of India newspaper, despite market speculation. By Mark Sweney | Guardian – 2008-07-25

NUJ dossier shows Trinity Mirror is killing its local newspapers

More odium is heaped on Trinity Mirror's chief executive Sly Bailey today ahead of a key board meeting this week.In a press release headlined "Bye, bye Sly?", the National Union of Journalists (NUJ)... | Guardian – 2012-03-13

Trinity Mirror suffers 40% fall in profits

Newspaper publisher to cut pension fund payments as profits fall to £74mTrinity Mirror has reported a 40% fall in pre-tax profits to £74m for 2011, and agreed to cut pension fund payments by almost... | Guardian – 2012-03-15

Trinity Mirror invests £10m in daily deals website

Trinity Mirror, which reported a 40% profits fall today, is moving into the online daily deals sector.It is launching an online daily deals business called "happli", which enables people who register... | Guardian – 2012-03-15

Trinity Mirror to launch paid-for tablet editions

Newspaper publisher to launch tablet editions of the Daily Mirror, Daily Record and key regional titles this summerTrinity Mirror chief executive Sly Bailey is to launch paid-for tablet editions of... | Guardian – 2012-03-15

Spring Clean for Trinity Mirror's Regional Websites

Regional publisher Trinity Mirror has been carrying out an overhaul of its network of newspaper websites designed to give them a ‘cleaner’ look. Digital publishing director David... | Editor & Publisher – 2012-04-30

Trinity Mirror chief executive Sly Bailey quits

Bailey to leave publisher of the Daily Mirror and 140 regional newspapers at end of year after 10 years at the companySly Bailey has stepped down as chief executive of Trinity Mirror after almost 10... | Guardian – 2012-05-03

Trinity Mirror Chief Executive Sly Bailey Steps Down

Sly Bailey has stepped down as chief executive of Trinity Mirror after almost 10 years at the company. Trinity Mirror, the publisher of the Daily Mirror and 140 regional newspapers, said Bailey... | Editor & Publisher – 2012-05-03

Trinity Mirror pins recovery hopes on new chairman David Grigson

Former Reuters finance chief faces familiar restructuring and shareholder-soothing challenges at ailing newspaper groupHaving spent the best part of last decade taking Reuters from near financial... | Guardian – 2012-05-04

Trinity Mirror hit by double-digit fall in ad revenues

Trinity Mirror, the publisher of the Daily Mirror, is expecting a double-digit fall in year-on-year advertising revenues in May, as the publisher's outgoing chief executive Sly Bailey is expected to... | Media Week – 2012-05-10

Trinity Mirror chairman to step down earlier than planned

Sir Ian Gibson had intended to stand down on 2 August but will relinquish role two months earlierTrinity Mirror chairman Sir Ian Gibson is to step down two months earlier than planned, as the... | Guardian – 2012-05-25

Sly Bailey to leave Trinity Mirror immediately

Chief executive to step down from troubled Daily Mirror publisher six months earlier than plannedTrinity Mirror chief executive Sly Bailey is to step down six months earlier than planned, as the... | Guardian – 2012-06-15

Trinity Mirror poaches Neil Jagger to head sales and marketing

Trinity Mirror, the publisher of Daily Mirror, has poached Neil Jagger from Daily Mail publisher Associated Newspapers, for the newly-created group newspaper sales and marketing director role. | Media Week – 2012-12-12

Trinity Mirror to cut more than 90 regional roles in digital content move

Publisher also to recruit for new regional and national posts as it shares more content between titlesTrinity Mirror is to cut a net total of 40 editorial jobs as part of a restructure that will see... | Guardian – 2013-01-29

Trinity Mirror boosts Birmingham paper

Publisher to give away 50,000 copies on Fridays to increase readershipTrinity Mirror is to give away 50,000 copies of the Birmingham Mail in the city centre on Fridays in order to stimulate the... | Guardian – 2013-02-26

Trinity Mirror reports 75% fall in pre-tax profits

Pre-tax profits fell to £18.9m in 2012, with revenues plummeting by more than £50m, partly due to launch of rival Sun on SundayTrinity Mirror has reported a 75% fall in pre-tax profits to £18.9m... | Guardian – 2013-03-14

Trinity Mirror's Simon Fox: 'We're not big enough'

Trinity Mirror's chief executive, Simon Fox, has admitted the publisher is currently not big enough when it comes to online, and revealed plans to boost the Daily Mirror's website with more... | Media Week – 2013-04-22

Trinity Mirror Midlands: Marc Reeves can turn the division around

The publisher was wrong to jettison the former Birmingham Post editor – now he is to return in a vital hands-on rolePaying someone a small fortune to leave a high-profile job is quite a definite... | Guardian – 2013-07-10

Trinity Mirror profits flat despite ad revenue drop

Publisher says sales of the Daily Mirror are resilient but it expects market to remain 'difficult' for the rest of the yearTrinity Mirror, publisher of the Daily Mirror, has reported flat pre-tax... | Guardian – 2013-08-01

Trinity Mirror Sells Property Websites Division

Trinity Mirror has signalled an exit from the online property market after selling one of its digital subsidiaries for £3.3m. The publisher has sold its stand-alone arm Trinity Mirror... | Editor & Publisher – 2013-09-05

Police investigating Trinity Mirror over phone hacking liability

LONDON (Reuters) - British newspaper publisher Trinity Mirror said on Thursday the police were investigating whether the group was criminally liable for alleged phone hacking by previous employees on... | Reuters – 2013-09-12

UPDATE 1-Police investigating Trinity Mirror over phone hacking liability

LONDON, Sept 12 (Reuters) - British newspaper publisher Trinity Mirror said on Thursday the police were investigating whether the group was criminally liable for alleged phone hacking by previous... | Reuters – 2013-09-12

Trinity Mirror hacking claims - company made wrong decision two years ago

The announcement by Trinity Mirror that it is under police investigation over alleged phone hacking is unsurprising.The publisher had the opportunity to hold an internal inquiry in 2011 amid... | Guardian – 2013-09-12

UK Police Investigate Trinity Mirror Over Phone Hacking

British police are investigating whether Sunday Mirror newspaper publisher Trinity Mirror is criminally liable for alleged phone hacking by former journalists, widening a probe that had centred on... | Editor & Publisher – 2013-09-12

Amazing! Trinity Mirror raises cover prices as Sun on Sunday relaunches

May I offer my sympathies today to the editors of the Sunday Mirror and Sunday People.In its infinite wisdom, their publisher, Trinity Mirror, has decided to increase the cover prices of both titles... | Guardian – 2013-09-13

Trinity Mirror's schools database is a great service to parents

Congratulations to Trinity Mirror for an enterprising piece of data journalism - a searchable database enabling parents to compare state schools around the UK.The Real Schools Guide, which ran as a... | Guardian – 2013-10-02

Phone hacking: Sven-Goran Eriksson's Trinity Mirror claim gets green light

High court rejects Mirror publisher's attempt to throw out cases brought by former England manager and three othersLegal action brought by Sven-Goran Eriksson and three others over alleged phone... | Guardian – 2013-11-06

Trinity Mirror reports nearly 70% increase in website traffic

Daily Mirror and regional newspaper publisher says print advertising down 11% between July and OctoberTrinity Mirror has reported website traffic growth of nearly 70% year-on-year between July and... | Guardian – 2013-11-14

Trinity Mirror data journalism project to be called Ampp3d

Site follows success of publisher's Buzzfeed-style social content site UsvsTh3m, which attracted some 3 million users in OctoberTrinity Mirror's new socially shareable data journalism project, a... | The Guardian – 2013-11-27

Trinity Mirror builds on the success of UsVsTh3m with launch of Ampp3d

Buzzfeed-style site has managed to lure 7 million users – but it still seeks commercial successThis week the Daily Mirror's publisher will make its second foray into socially shared content with... | The Guardian – 2013-12-09

Trinity Mirror closes Liverpool Post

Trinity Mirror is to stop publishing the Liverpool Post, a paper published since 1855. Its final issue will appear on 19 December. After that, the title will be retained only as a section of the... | The Guardian – 2013-12-10

PA Group sale of MeteoGroup provides cash bonus for DMGT and Trinity

Daily Mail and Daily Mirror parent companies to get share of weather information business's €190m sale to General AtlanticThe owners of the Daily Mail and Daily Mirror are among a group of... | The Guardian – 2013-12-16

Trinity Mirror needs to stick with its digital transition plan | Steve Dyson

Simon Fox's company closed two tablet editions recently, but at the least the regional publisher is trying to make digital workThis week brought sad news for fans of Business Daily, the Birmingham... | The Guardian – 2014-01-23

Trinity University Press to Reissue Donald Culross Peattie Backlist

Trinity University Press to reissue forgotten mid-20th-century naturalist and author Donald Culross Peattie's backlist, including A Natural History of North American Trees. | Publishers Weekly – 2013-12-16

Trinity Mirror posts big annual loss

The publisher of the Daily Mirror and Manchester Evening News posts a £161m annual loss, blaming the economic environment and print industry woes. | BBC – 2014-03-13

Sly Bailey, ex-Trinity Mirror chief executive, in line for £400,000 payout

Bailey stepped down as chief executive in 2012 after a shareholder revolt but is to receive at least a further £400,000Sly Bailey, the former Trinity Mirror chief executive who left in 2012 after a... | The Guardian – 2014-03-14

Profits Boost for Trinity Mirror and Local World

Regional publisher Local World delivered an operating profit of £25.5m in its first year while Trinity Mirror also saw a profits increase, according to financial results published today.... | Editor & Publisher – 2014-03-13

Trinity Mirror launches digital-first strategy as users flock to websites

Trinity Mirror is to launch the next phase of its digital-first strategy with a restructure of its operations in the north-east by taking a giant step into the future.Under the slogan Newsroom 3.1,... | The Guardian – 2014-03-25

BEA 2014: A High 10 for Trinity

“A small press with a big reach” is how founder and publisher Barbara Ras describes Trinity University Press, the San Antonio, Tex., house that is celebrating its 10th publishing anniversary this... | Publishers Weekly – 2014-05-30

Pete Picton lands Trinity Mirror digital post

Trinity Mirror has appointed Pete Picton as editorial director of Mirror Online, a further sign of the publisher's digital focus.Picton will be responsible for the editorial output across all the... | The Guardian – 2014-06-19

Trinity Mirror sets aside £4m to deal with phone-hacking claims

Publisher of Mirror titles and the People says it is now facing 17 civil claims, as it reports a slight fall in adjusted pre-tax profitsTrinity Mirror has made a £4m provision for the future... | The Guardian – 2014-07-28

What Trinity Mirror can teach the New York Times about digital: Experiment quickly and often

The British newspaper chain Trinity Mirror has had some significant success online, both in terms of traffic growth and revenue, by experimenting with standalone sites that have been built quickly by... | GigaOM – 2014-08-04

Trinity Mirror Admits Hacking Liability

U.K. tabloid-newspaper publisher Trinity Mirror said it has either paid or is set to pay compensation to 10 people for intercepting voice mails on their mobile phones, known as phone hacking. | The Wall Street Journal – 2014-09-24

Phone Hacking: Trinity Mirror to Pay Out Over 10 Claims

The publisher of the Daily Mirror and Sunday Mirror has agreed to pay compensation to 10 victims of alleged phone hacking by its papers, including former England manager Sven-Goran Eriksson, actor... | Editor & Publisher – 2014-09-24

Trinity Mirror faces up to the financial fallout as phone-hacking claims mount

Analysts are confident that the publisher of the Daily Mirror could absorb more compensation payments Continue reading... | The Guardian – 2014-09-28

The Secret Weapon in Trinity Mirror’s Mobile Strategy: The CMS

When it comes to being a mobile-first publisher, many leap immediately to design. Not so at top British news group Trinity Mirror. Its journey to making mobile work started with fixing its... | Editor & Publisher – 2014-10-31

Trinity Mirror hit with 12% drop in print advertising

Publisher of Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror and Sunday People sees share price fall as supermarkets cut ad spending Continue reading... | The Guardian – 2014-11-10

Trinity Mirror to close seven local newspapers with the loss of 50 jobs

Publishers three Berkshire titles to go and four in Surrey as content moves online Continue reading... | The Guardian – 2014-11-14

Lessons to learn from Trinity Mirror's latest regional sales figures

Perhaps regional publishers should think again about pushing ‘brands’ that now appear old hat to potential audiences Continue reading... | The Guardian – 2014-12-08

Trinity University Press Buys Maverick Publishing

Trinity University Press has acquired the assets of Maverick Publishing. The purchase includes over 40 titles which will form the basis of a new Trinity imprint, Maverick Books. | Publishers Weekly – 2014-12-17

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