Johnston Press

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Johnston Press was laid low by debt-funded acquisitions in the early 2000s and the shift online of classified advertising and news. Photograph: Facundo Arrizabalaga/EPA

The collapse of Johnston Press Plc into the arms of a New York hedge fund marks an unusual twist in the long decline of the UK’s local newspaper indus(...)

Newspapers on printing press conveyor belt. The past five years have been a time of cutbacks and closures for Edinburgh-headquartered newspaper publisher Johnston Press

In 2005, Edinburgh-headquartered newspaper publisher Johnston Press had a market value of £1.6 billion. Ahead of its announcement this week that it is(...)

Johnston Press expects bidders will move to break up the owner of British newspapers the i and the Scotsman after the company with its roots in the 18(...)

Ashley Highfield, chief executive of Johnston Press, is seen here on the far right. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill / THE IRISH TIMES

The chief executive of Johnston Press, which publishes the i newspaper, the Scotsman, the Yorkshire Post and News Letter in Northern Ireland, is to re(...)

Advertisers are starting to increase spending on regional print, said Johnston Press, which publishes the Scotsman and the Yorkshire Post. Photograph: iStock

Johnston Press, which publishes the Scotsman and the Yorkshire Post, said it was seeing “early signs of improvement” in print advertising as concerns (...)

Newspaper publisher Johnston Press reported a 30.9 per cent fall in half-year adjusted pretax profit and said trading conditions for regional newspapers in the UK continue to be difficult.

Newspaper publisher Johnston Press reported a 30.9 per cent fall in half-year adjusted pretax profit and said trading conditions for regional newspape(...)

The company has been trying to cut debt  as it tackles a fall in circulation. In 2014 the group sold its 14 newspapers in  Ireland

Publisher Johnston Press on Monday confirmed that it was in late-stage talks with Iliffe Media for the potential sale of certain titles. Johnston Pr(...)

Print: under pressure

Robert Pitt, chief executive of Independent News & Media (INM), said an interesting thing at its last press briefing: despite the difficulties the(...)

Regional publisher Johnston Press has confirmed it is in advanced talks to buy cut-price British national daily newspaper i for around £24 million. (...)

Johnston Press sold its Irish titles for £7.2 million (€8.7 million) in cash in April

Regional newspaper group Johnston Press, which sold its 14 titles in the Republic earlier this year, said it narrowed the revenue declines across its (...)