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Ink magazine closes.


The UK's only mainstream book magazine 'Ink' has closed after its parent company Infinity Media was placed into administration.

The monthly title was launched in November 2003 but struggled to recover its start-up costs after it was hampered by distribution difficulties and slow advertising support from publishers.

Despite a recent increase in subscriptions and advertising spend the problems were to great to overcome. The company's nine full time staff have been made redundant and creditors, including freelance writers, will be contacted by the administrators, reports The Bookseller.
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Title Annotation:Ink Technologies
Publication:M2 Best Books
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:4EUUK
Date:May 14, 2004
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