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The NWN printing operation is also included in the sale.
The extended joint statements by both Newsquest and NWN has comment from Newsquest Chief Executive stating: “We aim to facilitate a structure whereby they can benefit from the resources that Newsquest can provide whilst enabling them to carry on doing what they do best – namely providing first class local content, and advertising solutions for the readers and businesses in their region.” David Faulkner, NWN Media’s MD said “This is good news indeed and I strongly believe it is the best way forward for our group of titles.
NWN said ‘the number of copies distributed door to door will be adjusted to allow us to make these extra copies available’.
Interestingly the notice states “Research is showing that copies of the newspaper that are picked up are far more likely to be read in detail than those copies delivered through letter boxes.” The demand for the paper is described as ‘huge and growing’, and the move is apparently to help feed the appetite for the paper.
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Our brands continue to command significant loyalty in our market places and the added resource scale and investment potential that Newsquest will bring will be invaluable to our continuing profitability.” NWN have famously been one of the last independent regional newspaper groups in the UK, and have prided themselves on their ‘family owned’ tag, dating back more than 180 years.
In the statement David Faulker tackled this point, saying “Our company has always been proud to be locally owned but I believe that this is an important step into the future at a time when the media landscape demands creativity and innovation more than ever to ensure success.” This afternoon Llyr Gruffydd, Plaid Cymru’s North Wales AM, commented on the takeover saying: “The Welsh media is already fragile and North Wales Newspapers was a rare example of a family-run firm with strong local roots in north-east Wales and across the border to Oswestry.