Trinity Mirror revenue down 16.9 percent

31 Jul 2009

The U.K.’s Trinity Mirror, which owns the Daily Mirror and more than 140 regional newspapers, said that total group revenues fell by 16.9 percent in the first half of the year to £383 million in the 26 weeks to 28 June.

Within this, total ad revenue fell 28 percent to £168.4 million and circulation revenues were down 4.2 percent to £169.8 million.



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Brian Blum

Brian Blum covers the U.S., Canada and Israel for Classified Intelligence Report, and contributes to our special reports and research projects. Originally from San Francisco and now based in Jerusalem, he has been with the AIM Group since 2004. He is the president of Blum Interactive Media, specializing in writing and multimedia content development for online, print, video and audio. His clients include newspapers, universities and non-profits. He is currently working on a book about the billion-dollar bankruptcy of a once high-flying Israeli startup.