Showing items tagged with 'trinity mirror'
17 July 2014: The Mirror is to merge the editorial teams of the Sunday Mirror and Sunday People and all journalists will have to produce content across all platforms.
12 April 2014: Conference vows to combat newspaper closures, user-generated copy and the “disastrous” subbing-hubs.
11 April 2014: Three weekly London local papers are to shut, with job losses elsewhere on the capital’s Trinity Mirror titles.
8 April 2014: In the latest sign of retreat from communities, the NUJ strongly condemns the proposals and will campaign to resist attempts to create a reporting hub.
18 March 2014: Trinity Mirror wants to force staff at a North West title to work from home - or their cars – by closing down the town centre office.
13 March 2014: The good news is a 2.6 per cent rise in pre-tax profits, but former chief executive Sly Bailey's toxic legacy remains as she pockets more than £400,000.
8 January 2014: NUJ says Trinity Mirror was wrong to close down Liverpool Post and calls for long-term committment to new Sunday edition of the Echo
19 December 2013: As the final edition of Liverpool Post is published, the union and its members mark the last Post after 158 years.
10 December 2013: After moving from daily to weekly, Trinity Mirror's Liverpool Post closes.
18 June 2013: Trinity Mirror, the owner of the Liverpool Post, is planning to send its newspaper library 150 miles down the M1 to Watford.