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The Daily Mail wins Newspaper of the Year

The 2016 Society of Editors National Press Awards were held at the London Hilton Park Lane last night, where the Daily Mail picked up the prestigious ‘Newspaper of the Year’ award.

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A Mother’s Day Infographic

With only a couple of weeks to go until Mother’s Day our Insight team have put together this handy infographic, entitled, ‘What mums want (and what they are really getting)’.

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    Millennial Marketing with Metro.co.uk

    Metro.co.uk is fast becoming the UK’s go-to source for young and innovative news and features.

    In February, the site attracted more than 33.5m unique users, achieving a daily average of 1.7m.

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    Campaign of the Month: Henkel Colour Catcher

    March 2017 saw the launch of Henkel’s Love Your Colours campaign to promote their Colour Catcher product.

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    Shift London 2017 in review

    ​Newsworks, the trade body responsible for promoting UK newsbrands, hosted its fifth annual ‘Shift’ conference in London on 1st March 2017.

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      Daily Mail becomes UK’s most read newspaper on Saturday

      The Daily Mail is, for the first time, the UK’s most read newspaper on Saturday according to the latest figures from the National Readership Survey (NRS).

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      Sportsmail wins Sports Newspaper of the Year

      For the fourth year running Sportsmail was named Sports Newspaper of the Year at the prestigious Sports Journalists’ Association awards dinner in London; no paper has ever before won the prize four times in a row.

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      ‘Millennial Rules’ wins top media research award

      Millennial Rules is a joint study into the habits and preferences of 18-34 year olds from Metro, MailOnline and metro.co.uk, who together won the ‘excellence in media research’ award at Mediatel’s Media Research Awards on Thursday.

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      Newspaper Consumption In The Mobile Age

      New research shows that The Mail accounts for nearly 30% of all time spent with newspaper brands by British audiences.

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