Media Bulletin

Lloyd’s List becomes digital only

By Staff

25th September 2013

Category: Trade

Shipping industry newspaper Lloyd's List will become a digital-only service on 20 December 2013.

Lloyd's List is published by Informa and started as a printed notice pinned to a coffee shop wall in London in 1734. Less than 2% of its readers now access its news and information in print only.

Richard Meade, editor, commented on the change on the publication's webite, "…We must also recognise that a digital platform offers new avenues and platforms for the richer delivery and more effective sharing of information…The decision follows many years of customer research and preparation and is – first and foremost – designed to ensure that the service continues to evolve with customer demand."


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