Newspaper industry awaits ownership reform

McCabe, Maisie
February 2009
Media Week;2/3/2009, Issue 1194, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports on the plan of Lord Patrick Carter to launch a review of newspaper ownership and other media ownership laws in Great Britain. It notes that further reform is necessary to allow greater flexibility for newspaper transfers and mergers. It cites the reaction of publishers to the plan of Carter. It mentions the important role played by regional publishers in local news provision.


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