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Digital should not be about scale for the sake of scale

31st May, 2016
Very few newspapers are doing digital right, according to Colette Sexton Pic: Getty

The newspaper industry across the world shuddered last week at the news that jobs at the Telegraph, Britain’s best selling and most profitable broadsheet, were being cut. It was expected up to 100 jobs would go at the newspaper, which is owned by the billionaire Barclay brothers, Sir David and Sir Frederick, including senior staff roles on features, culture, picture and foreign desks.

Last year, the Telegraph Media Group made an operating profit of...

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