Media Bulletin

City edition stops in East Midlands

By Staff

23rd April 2009

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Three daily newspapers in the East Midlands have reduced their editions as they made the switch to overnight printing.

The Leicester Mercury and Stoke’s The Sentinel will now produce three editions per day, whilst the Derby Evening Telegraph will now have a single edition available in the morning. As a result, it will now be known as the Derby Telegraph.

The Leicester Mercury will produce a City edition and two county editions. The Sentinel will produce editions for Cheshire, Staffordshire Moorlands and a main edition.

[lnk|http://www.featuresexec.com/publications/info_features.php?pubid=3227|_self|The Sentinel]
[lnk|http://www.featuresexec.com/publications/info_features.php?pubid=7478|_self|Derby Telegraph]
[lnk|http://www.featuresexec.com/publications/info_features.php?pubid=7410|_self|Leicester Mercury]

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