DEREK KYTE, PREVIOUS WINNER OF THE IOP GOLD MEDAL DIES
Derek Kyte, one of the fathers of modern electronic typesetting, has died aged 90.
DE LA RUE SAYS MINUTE TRACES OF ANIMAL PRODUCTS IN POLYMER
The tallow issue that has plagued the Bank of England's new five pound note has also caused De La Rue to examine its polymer formulation
BPIF AND PRISMM INTRODUCE LANDFILL SCHEME
The BPIF and Prismm Environmental have introduced certification for their Zero Labels 2 Landfill scheme, which sees waste from label printers intercepted before it goes to landfill sites
SMES SPLIT ON BREXIT IMPACT
SME owners, including printers, in the UK are divided on how much impact the decision to leave the EU is having on their businesses, a survey has revealed
POLESTAR RETAINS TWO GUARDIAN TITLES
Polestar has renewed its contract to print two weekly supplements for Guardian News & Media, but will lose two others because the publisher is going to print them in-house
HEARST UK POSTS £5.4M LOSS
Hearst UK has reported a £5.4m annual loss and plans to close one print magazine and two online titles.
GLAMOUR DROPS ‘HANDBAG’ FORMAT
Glamour will ditch its "handbag size" magazine permanently, publishing in a larger format as it repositions as a more luxury offering.
TELEGRAPH WARNS OF ‘INTENSE COMPETITION’ FROM FACEBOOK AND GOOGLE
Telegraph Media Group has warned news publishers face "intense competition" from Facebook and Google and "pressure on digital advertising yields" and that "these trends will only accelerate".
WOMEN’S WEEKLIES FALL 8.4%
Women's weeklies have declined in circulation once again with an 8.4% year-on-year drop over the first half of 2016, according to ABC.
NEW UK NEWSPAPER
Trinity Mirror said The New Day will go on sale on February 29 and offer an “upbeat, optimistic approach and will be politically neutral”.