Print Round-Up: Centaur Media; Mecom; Archant Life; Northcliffe Media


imageCentaur Media: One month after shutting its Public Private Finance B2B title, Centaur Media is closing Precision Marketing, putting three jobs at risk of redundancy. The monthly magazine had a subscription base of 7,500 in the first half of 2008, but in a statement Centaur says its sister title Marketing Week will now take on its coverage and commercial activities. Centaur’s Brand Strategy magazine remains “under review”. From PG.

Mecom: In a bid to alleviate its large debts and stay on the right side of its banking covenants, European newspaper publisher Mecom is to sell some of its Norwegian titles for 559.3 million kroner (£55.9 million) to local publisher Polaris Media. The deal comes just over a month after the company sold its German titles to M. DuMont Schauberg for

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