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Local World

Consortium of local and regional newspapers formed by the amalgamation of Northcliffe Media and Iliffe News & Media at the end of 2012

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Midland News Association

Britain’s largest independent newspaper publisher, dominating sales across Wolverhampton, the Black Country, southern Staffordshire and Shropshire

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NWN Media

Independent publisher with a strong presence across North and Mid Wales and the northern Marches

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Pearson

Originally a construction company, Pearson diversified into newspapers and has now diversified away from them apart from one biggie, the Financial Times

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Romanes Media Group

Publisher with titles in central and SW Scotland, SE England and Northern Ireland, restructured in April 2012 after its holding company went into receivership

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Stone Leisure

Independent family-owned publisher of several monthly freesheet newspapers, including the now defunct Bexley Chronicle series

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Taylor Newspapers

Independent publisher of newspapers in central and southern Oxfordshire and northern Hampshire, established in October 2012

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D C Thomson

Family-owned publisher of The Sunday Post and five north and north-eastern Scottish newspapers

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Tindle Newspapers

Sir Ray Tindle’s privately-owned company, built up from £300 WWII demob money to cover over 200 titles in Wales and southern England

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Trinity Mirror

The UK’s largest newspaper publisher, formed in 1999, with a range of well-established and popular nationwide, regional and local titles

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