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Northcliffe

Viscount. title of Alfred Charles William Harmsworth. 1865- -1922, British newspaper proprietor. With his brother, 1st Viscount Rothermere, he built up a vast chain of newspapers. He founded the Daily Mail (1896), the Daily Mirror (1903), and acquired The Times (1908)
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Ad revenues in Associated Newspapers rose nine per cent in the first seven weeks of the new year, although it said Northcliffe faced another tough year with recent revenues down seven per cent.
The company has also started selling off "a relatively small number" of former Northcliffe stores that were making a loss or "an inadequate contribution to the business".
Northcliffe has a portfolio of 113 daily, weekly and free newspapers.
Legacy search is increasingly becoming an obsolete tool for deadline-driven media professionals working in an environment of information overload," commented Tony Foy at Northcliffe Media.
1896 - The Daily Mail, founded by Lord Northcliffe, was first published, priced one halfpenny.
The Daily Mail already owns Zambeasy, a jobs website, and is considering the sale of its Northcliffe regional newspaper business as advertising revenues for regional papers are declining due to the growth of the Internet.
The luckiest dog to be homed in 2005 so far has definitely got to be Deano (pictured above), who moved to New York earlier this year following his adoption by Dr Lucy Northcliffe.
The fliers won a pounds 10,000 prize offered by Dublin-born British press baron Lord Northcliffe and were knighted by King George V for their achievement.
Contested country: a history of the Northcliffe area, Western Australia
Lord Northcliffe, dominated according to his detractors by the pursuit of political power, is seen by the author of this closely observed study of his life and career, as one of the most remarkable figures in British press, political and imperial history.
The remains were acquired by a syndicate headed by Alfred Harmsworth (later Lord Northcliffe of the Daily Mail); other members were Eyre & Spottiswoode (publishers and printers) and the Hastings brothers.
com, Associated Northcliffe Digital, The Sun, TimesOnline and Orange, among others.

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