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Digital Gains Easing Print Ad Decline At Trinity Mirror

The publisher of the Daily Mirror has reported that print advertising revenues fell 16% in the third quarter, an improvement over the fall of almost 25% in the second quarter. The company reconfirmed that it expects to hit its full-year targets, despite the ad slump over the summer, and remains on track to deliver GBP20m in savings this year. Overall publishing revenues fell by 6% with total print revenues down 8% as digital income rose 24%.

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