List of Reach plc titles

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This article is a list of Reach plc titles. Reach plc was formerly named Trinity Mirror plc.[1] The list includes titles owned by the Mirror Group Newspapers (MGN), and those owned by both M.E.N Media and S&B Media, after both companies were purchased by Trinity Mirror as GMG Regional Media from the Guardian Media Group in 2010.[2]

Mirror Group newspapers, M.E.N Media and S&B Media[edit]

National newspapers[edit]

Local and regional newspapers[edit]

[3] This list is not exhaustive

(Macclesfield Express / Wilmslow Express / The Sentinel (Staffordshire))

Trinity Mirror Scotland[edit]

(Scottish and Universal Newspapers)[5]

Digital online Brands[edit]

Reach has launched websites under the Live brand:[6]

  • Belfast Live
  • Dublin Live[7]
  • RSVP Live[7]
  • Examiner Live (Huddersfield)
  • [8]
  • Glasgow Live
  • Edinburgh Live
  • Wales Online
  • Gloucestershire Live
  • Plymouth Live
  • Leeds Live
  • Hull Live
  • Somerset Live
  • (50% owned) [9]
  • Cork Beo

Previously owned titles[edit]

It used to own a 43% share of The Independent.

It owned the News Letter, Donegal Democrat and Derry Journal until late 2003 when they were sold to the newly formed Local Press Ltd which was then sold to Johnston Press which was then acquired by JPIMedia.


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  2. ^ "Manchester Evening News sold by Guardian Media Group". Manchester Evening News. 2010-02-09. Retrieved 2010-02-09.
  3. ^ Note: Papers on the same line usually have generalised content and/or have the same team of reporters and editor
  4. ^ Slattery, Laura. "Competition watchdog clears Reach deal to buy 50% of 'Irish Daily Star'". The Irish Times.
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  6. ^ Symon, Ken (23 November 2017). "Trinity Mirror launches Leeds Live". Insider. Retrieved 5 July 2018.
  7. ^ a b "The owner of the Irish Mirror has just bought RSVP magazine". 11 April 2017. Retrieved 8 May 2019. UK-based Trinity Mirror publishes the Irish Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror and People newspapers and employs just under 100 people between its offices in Dublin and Belfast. It also recently launched two new websites, Dublin Live and Belfast Live.
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  9. ^ "Irish Daily Star Launches". News Brands Ireland. 25 November 2016.