- Patrician hauteur. Magarian, Baret // New Statesman;02/26/99, Vol. 128 Issue 4425, p58
Investigates the success of the publishing house Harvill Press in Great Britain. Character of Christopher MacLehose, chairman and co-owner of the publishing house; History of Harvill Press; Elements that comprise the list of Harvill; Relationship with HarperCollins; Pursuit of an international...
- INTERNATIONAL NEWS. // Book Publishing Report;3/4/2002, Vol. 27 Issue 9, p8
Reports international developments on publishing industries as of March 4, 2002. Acquisition of Harvill Press by Random House UK; Purchase of Harcourt General Inc. by Reed Elsevier PLC; Reorganization of the publishing operations of Walker Books.
- NI dismisses relocation rumour. // Printing World;9/2/2002, Vol. 279 Issue 10, p4
Reports that England-based newspaper publisher News International has denied rumors that it plans to relocate its operations. Sites being considered by the company according to media reports; Factors that might encourage the company to move.
- Non-nonsense NI bruiser picks up cudgel for press `villains'. Lee, Julian // Campaign (UK);06/04/99, Issue 22, p19
Highlights the views of Doug Flynn, chairman of the Newspaper Publishers Association, concerning various issues affecting the British publishing industry. Conflict with the Periodical Publishers Association regarding readership research; Threat to ditch the National Readership Surveys; Decline...
- Nl courts Telegraph with production offer. // Printing World;2/9/2006, Vol. 293 Issue 6, p4
The article reports on the proposition of News International (NI), owner of "The Times," to use its planned increased press capacity to print rival "The Daily Telegraph" in Great Britain. It was mentioned that the deal would not progress until the libel case between the two publishing house will...
- News International puts pitch on hold after NGN chief's departure. Choueke, Mark // Marketing Week;8/18/2005, Vol. 28 Issue 33, p13
This article reports that News International PLC has put the pitch for its 30m pound media planning and buying business at Carat on hold following the departure of Richard Webb, the general manager of News Group Newspapers. It is understood that Webb initiated the planning and buying pitch...
- YESTERDAY'S NEWS TODAY'S NEW HOPE. Sabbagh, Dan // Management Today;Jun2010, p56
The article reports on how publishers are taking advantage of new technology. It highlights media mogul Rupert Murdoch's plan to charge readers two British pounds a week to access "The Times" and "The Sunday Times" online, which is designed to protect the future of the printed word. Meanwhile,...
- News International looks to PR to boost flagging titles. O'Reilly, Gemma // PRWeek (London);7/3/2009, p1
The article reports on plans by News International to launch a public relations (PR) campaign for its "The Sun" and "News of the World" brands. The publisher has created a shortlist of three agencies that could be hired for a brief to promote the two publications. A PR pitch is forecast to be...
- The Knowledge. // Printing World;7/31/2003, Vol. 283 Issue 5, p6
Reports on the receipt of Polestar Petty of order from News International to print the Times' Saturday London listings supplement.