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Profiting from print

Profiting from print

It's nearly two years to the day that Fleet Street waved goodbye to its last two journalists, marking the end of an era for the British newspaper industry. It was an end which began in 1986 when Rupert Murdoch lifted TheTimes from its former headquarters and plonked it down in Wapping – revolutionising the printing industry in the process. Ironically, Mr Murdoch is now in the process of refocusing on print (he’s selling the media and broadcasting subsidiaries of 21st Century Fox to focus on his publishing company, News Corp), at a time when everyone else is clamouring for the exit.

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