Archant's subbing hub makes business sense - but consider the cost

The "proposal" by the Norwich-based newspaper publisher, Archant, to move production of its London, Kent and Hertfordshire titles to headquarters is unsurprising.We were informed on Tuesday morning that the production teams - 15 in Archant London, and others in Herts and Cambs and Kent - will all be made redundant. That constitutes the production editors, every sub-editor and every designer.Instead, the company plans to produce all the newspapers in Norwich. They include the Romford and Ilford Recorders, the Ham & High and the Islington and Hackney Gazettes. Continue reading... Continue reading at 'The Guardian'

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