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Irish Daily Star: 100 per cent owned by British publisher Reach since November 2020.

The company behind the Irish Daily Star increased its net profit by 33 per cent to €1.45 million in its final year as a joint venture between the owne(...)

Under the plan, adverts for foods that are high in fat, salt and sugar will be banned from appearing on television or UK on-demand programming before 9pm

Britain will ban adverts promoting unhealthy food from appearing on television during the day and on the internet as part of its drive to tackle obesi(...)

The Mediahuis headquarters on Talbot St in Dublin.

Reach Group, a wholly owned subsidiary of Mediahuis Ireland, formerly known as Independent News and Media, has announced the acquisition of Delpac, a (...)

An empty Washington Post newsroom pictured in April 2020. Photograph: Jonathan Newton/The Washington Post via Getty Images

As “get back in here, or else” warnings go, Catherine Merrill’s message to the editorial staff of the Washingtonian was blunt and public. The chief e(...)

Independent House on Talbot Street in Dublin, home to media group INM. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Mediahuis, the Belgian parent company of Independent News & Media (INM), saw its turnover swell to €990.5 million in 2020 – up 15 per cent on the (...)

Reach, the publisher of the Irish Daily Mirror, will complete a full takeover of the Irish Daily Star next week.

British newspaper publisher Reach has been cleared to buy the 50 per cent of the Irish Daily Star that it does not already own, with the deal expected(...)

INM papers, including The Herald, on display.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Independent News & Media (INM) has decided to stop investing in and plans to merge production of the print edition of The Herald with th(...)

Reach acquired the initial 50 per cent stake in Independent Star from Richard Desmond’s Northern & Shell in 2018 as part of a wider £127 million (€144 million) acquisition of the Express and Star newspapers and OK! magazine

Plans by British newspaper publisher Reach to take full ownership of the Irish Daily Star are to be challenged, the National Union of Journalists (NUJ(...)

The deal is expected to be completed later this year subject to receiving competition approval.

Reach, the British newspaper publisher formerly known as Trinity Mirror, has agreed to buy for an undisclosed sum the 50 per cent stake in Irish Daily(...)

Q is the latest outlet in the media and publishing industry to be hit by the pandemic. Illustration: Q Magazine

British music magazine Q is folding after 34 years in business as the coronavirus epidemic accelerated a downturn in the media sector, forcing the pub(...)

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