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Newspaper news from 11 September 2009

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This page returns archived stories from our newspaper news section. News stories can and do change; this is a snapshot for historical reasons. Links may no longer be valid.
Newspaper Print Sales: Will The Decline Ever End? (paidContent:UK)
The question is no longer how far national newspaper circulation can fall, but whether it will stop falling at all.
Axed weekly editor launches gay wedding magazine (Hold the Front Page)
Tickled Pink to go on sale next month...
Court freelance axed after 54 years (Press Gazette)
A freelance who has covered Norwich Crown Court for 54 years says a decision by newspaper publisher Archant not to use her copy any more is "the major...
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Search: Chipwrapper provides a search refined to UK newspaper articles - a good way to see who else might be reporting on your story. Tipster: Laura Oliver.
National ABCs: Observer circulation down 12% (Press Gazette)
Circulation of the troubled newspaper tumbled last month as revelations emerged that its owners were considering closing the title....
England qualifier could be shown pay-per-view on newspaper websites (Media Guardian)
Rights-holder for England-Ukraine World Cup qualifier wants to stream match live via 'coalition' of websitesThe England football team's next World Cup...
Primark chief executive Arthur Ryan to step down (Daily Telegraph)
Recluse who has led value fashion chain for 40 years will become chairman with Paul Marchant chief operating officer replacing him....
Circulation falls at all quality daily newspapers (Media Guardian)
Decision not to include bulk distribution hits Guardian as month-on-month circulation dips across the sectorEvery quality daily national newspaper los...
Old-style court reporter axed after 54 years (Hold the Front Page)
Freelance used typewriter to bash out stories...
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