Talks on new deal after Comag exit confirmed

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Publishers are in discussions with new distributors after Comag announced it will cease distribution of magazines from 31 October. Joint owners Condé Nast and Hearst announced they were withdrawing from the business in May, leaving Comag’s future in doubt. RN understands publishers are negotiating with alternative distributors, with some new agreements already completed. Industry sources said…

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By RN 24 Jul, 2017

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