Trinity Mirror: Western Mail's owners report rise in profits


The newspaper group Trinity Mirror, whose Welsh titles include the Western Mail and the Daily Post, has reported an 2.5% increase in operating profits.

But the company also warns that trading will continue to be difficult, and it plans to save an extra £10m this year.

Roy Greenslade, a media commentator and a former editor of the Daily Mirror, told Mark Hutchings on BBC Radio Wales that the quality of the group's Welsh papers had been hit by cost-cutting and job losses.

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