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www.pressgazette.co.uk 19 July 2013
Five years after the
crash, media ﬁnally
seeing `green shoots'
Guardian Media Group chief executive
Andrew Miller said he was seeing signs of
“green shoots” as he reported that digital
growth was now outpacing print decline
for The Guardian titles.
Guardian News and Media this week
reported digital income up 29 per cent to
£56m as losses fell from £44.2m to £30.9m.
He told Press Gazette the latest results
were “extremely signiﬁcant… in the
context of where we have come from and
in the context of the industry”, adding:
“There are certainly green shoots”.
Miller said that The Guardian was
beneﬁting from a “kickback” in the
economy, but he also warned that there
was little sign of a recovery in the r J O U R N A L I S M W E E K LY www.pressgazette.c
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