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UK press revenues halve in a decade

 

An independent review into the state of high-quality journalism in the UK has released evidence that overall press industry revenues have declined by more than half over the past decade.

 

Although newspapers’ digital revenues have grown over the past ten years, total revenues from circulation and print advertising have dropped from nearly £7bn to just over £3bn, according to the Cairncross Review.

 

Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) released detailed initial findings from research firm Mediatique, and called for evidence from industry practitioners.

 

UK press revenues halve in a decade

 

 

 

 

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