Print Round-Up: Euromoney Profits; More Trinity Regional Cuts; Guardian Price Comparison Site

Euromoney: It’s experienced the same declines in advertising, sponsorship and event delegate revenue that every other B2B has — but DMGT’s Euromoney magazine and website said on Friday it would meet its 2008/9 profit target with earnings at least minimum £57 million for the year to 30 September. Its full results are out on 12 November. Release.

Yet more Trinity cuts: The National Union of Journalists will ballot Welsh members on strike action after Trinity Mirror (LSE: TNI) announced it would axe 13 jobs at Western Mail publisher Media Wales. At the same time Trinity plans to close the Neath Guardian and Port Talbot Guardian, which may result in 15 redundancies. Fromt HTFP and NUJ.

Guardian affiliate site: Guardian News & Media has launched a price comparison, affiliate marketing site advertising digital TV, landline and broadband deals in partnership with Simplifydigital. It brings together retailers’ offers, relevant Guardian.co.uk content and users comments. From Brand Republic. Disclosure: paidContent:UK’s parent company ContentNext Media is a wholly owned subsidiary of Guardian News & Media.