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Daily Mail Digital Growth Cancels Print Decline

Mail Online has reported revenue for the first half of this year (to the end of March) up 61% to £20 million. But despite the huge revenue growth from the world's most popular newspaper website, its contribution to the bottom line is still tiny compared to that made by its sister print titles. And the increase in digital revenue does not offset the overall declines in print revenue for the Mail titles (down 6% to £287 million) and Metro (down 8% to £40 million). Total half-year revenue was down 6% year on year to £406 million for the DMG Media division of Daily Mail and General Trust.

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