June 2006
Campaign;6/30/2006, Issue 26, p9
Trade Publication
The article presents information about Daily Mail and General Trust PLC. In 2000, the company suffered huge losses in the dotcom crash, especially with the failure of CharlotteStreet.com. Its post-crash strategy was to focus on classified advertising operations such as Loot.com. In 2006, Daily Mail and General Trust merged Associated New Media, Associated New Ventures and Northcliffe Electronic Publishing to create Associated Northcliffe Digital, headed by Andy Hart. Journalists on the Daily Mail's Web site are integrated with the print journalists at Kensington.


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