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Johnston Press points finger at Google and Facebook as it outlines drastic editorial cuts at Scottish titles

From Press Gazette
Posted 25 July 2017, 10.46am edt

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Johnston Press has said loss of advertising revenue to the likes of Google and Facebook is behind its decision to carry out an extensive restructure of its Scottish weekly titles, with the loss of 25 full-time equivalent jobs. The UK’s second-bigge...


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