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I think it’s just indicative of what we’re seeing in the marketplace — this big shift occurring not just in print but in all kinds of media.” In an interview in April after some editorial staffers were terminated, Duran emphasized that the newspaper was not closing its doors. “We will not go down without a fight,” she said at the time. Duran had taken over as its editor-in-chief and announced La Prensa would be shifting to digital-only in July. “I am trying my best to save a legacy that my father created,” she told the San Antonio Express-News. Florentino “ Tino” Duran and his wife, Amelia, restarted La Prensa in 1989. The publication was founded in 1913. He retired in 2016 and and died a year ago after battling Alzheimer’s disease. After returning as publisher, Nina Duran cut the paper’s monthly overhead to about $60,000 from $146,000. The paper had a staff of nine, including two in editorial.
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Cliff collapse on Greece’s ‘shipwreck beach’ injures tourists These are external links and will open in a new window Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionHolidaymakers filmed the aftermath of the cliff collapse At least seven people were injured when part of a cliff face broke away at the popular Navagio beach on the Greek island of Zakynthos, officials say. “We haven’t found any trapped people but we will continue searching,” a spokesperson for the fire brigade said. None of the injuries sustained in the incident on Thursday afternoon are believed to be life-threatening. The beach, also known as “shipwreck beach”, is popular with tourists and can be reached only by boat. “There was a noise and a small piece of rock fell, then a second bigger and finally a third big piece of rock that during the fall created a sea whirlpool that overturned the boats,” one eyewitness said. A post shared by Nathelie Meng (@nathelie0521) on Greek authorities said they had received no reports of missing people but that search and rescue teams were continuing to operate by air and sea into the late afternoon as a precaution. Among those injured was a 34-year-old woman from the Czech Republic, who suffered a fractured vertebra. Her husband and two children were also treated for minor injuries by hospital staff, according to the Greek news website Kathimerini. Three others were also hurt in the incident. Image caption “Shipwreck beach” on Zakynthos, or Zante, is one of the Ionian island’s main attractions Footage posted on social media showed people running in panic as a large section of the cliff peeled off and crashed down close to several bathers. The port of Zakynthos, which is also known as Zante in Western Europe, was evacuated as a precaution.
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Group revenue rose by 10.6% to £353.8m reflecting the acquisition of the Express and Star, but fell by 7.2% on a like-for-like basis. The fall partly reflected the company handing back two regional Metro titles to Daily Mail owner DMGT in the period. Sales of Reach’s national newspapers plunged in the first half, with circulation for the Daily Mirror down 13.9%, a 12.1% fall for the Daily Star and a 9.3% slide for the Daily Express. The overall UK national tabloid newspaper market declined by 9.3% in the period. The Sunday Mirror was down 14.8%, the Sunday People fell 16.4%, with 8.3% and 9.2% declines for the Sunday Express and Star titles respectively. Simon Fox, chief executive, said Reach had delivered a positive performance in a “difficult trading environment”. He was “reasonably optimistic” about the prospects of the regional titles despite the writedown and said they had a long-term future digitally. Reach had no plans to close print editions “at the moment” and is opening digital titles in areas such as Leeds and Edinburgh where it had no print titles, Mr Fox added. The company was on track to deliver the savings of £20m it expected from integrating the Express and Star titles, but needed growth in digital revenues to offset the continued decline from its print products, he said. Shares in Reach fell 2.6% in afternoon trading to 70.8p, valuing the company at almost £215m.
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