Trinity Mirror

Trinity Mirror is one of the largest multimedia publishers in the UK with an award-winning portfolio that spans the country. Our media brands bring news, entertainment and new opportunities to local, regional and national communities every day. 

We employ 5000 people across more than 60 locations and our publications, websites and digital services help our advertisers connect with large national and regional audiences. 

Whether it’s our five national newspapers or our range of much loved regional titles, our iconic publications and news sites provide all the news, sport and showbiz stories that matter. 

From the national presence of the Daily Mirror, the Daily Record, the Sunday Mirror, the Sunday People and the Sunday Mail, to local favourites like the Liverpool Echo, the Manchester Evening News, the Newcastle Chronicle and the Western Mail, our brands offer advertising opportunities and compelling content that can be trusted, as well as supporting inspiring events such as the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards and the Great Scot Awards. 

And as times continue to change, having our strong journalistic heritage to build on allows us to expand our brands across developing multimedia, offering our audience new and innovative ways to access the news, entertainment and information it demands. 

These iconic brands sit at the heart of their communities, forming part of the fabric of everyday life for millions of people across the UK.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Public
HQ
London, GB
Size (employees)
5,758 (est)+30%
Trinity Mirror is headquartered in London, GB

Key People at Trinity Mirror

Sly Bailey

Sly Bailey

CEO
Tania Bruning

Tania Bruning

Digital Finance Director

Trinity Mirror Office Locations

Trinity Mirror has an office in London
London, GB (HQ)
One Canada Square

Trinity Mirror Data and Metrics

Trinity Mirror Financial Metrics

Trinity Mirror's revenue was reported to be £713 m in FY, 2017 which is a 20% increase from the previous period.
GBP

Revenue (FY, 2017)

713 m

Revenue growth (FY, 2016 - FY, 2017), %

20%

Gross profit (FY, 2017)

370.9 m

Gross profit margin (FY, 2017), %

52%

Net income (FY, 2017)

69.5 m

Market capitalization (24-Jul-2017)

278.6 m

Closing share price (24-Jul-2017)

1

Cash (01-Jan-2017)

37.8 m
Trinity Mirror's current market capitalization is £278.6 m.
GBPFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2017

Revenue

663.8 m636.3 m592.7 m713 m

Revenue growth, %

(4%)(7%)20%

Cost of goods sold

344.9 m329.9 m300.3 m342.1 m

Gross profit

318.9 m306.4 m292.4 m370.9 m

Gross profit Margin, %

48%48%49%52%

Operating expense total

453.7 m207.8 m210.2 m277.4 m

Pre tax profit

(160.8 m)81.6 m67.2 m76.5 m

Net Income

(96.4 m)69.8 m77 m69.5 m
GBPFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2017

Cash

15.5 m49 m55.4 m37.8 m

Accounts Receivable

93.6 m81.3 m91 m68.7 m

Current Assets

134.9 m159.3 m183.4 m148.2 m

PP&E

439 m442.2 m407.4 m365.4 m

Goodwill

683.1 m680.9 m904.3 m901.5 m

Total Assets

1.3 b1.3 b1.5 b1.4 b

Accounts Payable

17.9 m17.4 m17.3 m11.2 m

Current Liabilities

160.9 m118.3 m161.2 m202 m

Total Liabilities

685.3 m687.5 m811.5 m835.7 m

Retained Earnings

(96.4 m)69.8 m64.5 m54.9 m

Total Equity

571.7 m594.9 m683.6 m579.4 m

Financial Leverage

2.2 x2.2 x2.2 x2.4 x
GBPFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2017

Cash From Operating Activities

70.9 m72.8 m52.9 m79.3 m

Cash From Financing Activities

(63.2 m)(50.3 m)100.3 m(104.8 m)

Income Taxes Paid

64.4 m(11.8 m)9.8 m(7 m)
GBPY, 2017

Revenue/Employee

123.8 k

Financial Leverage

2.4 x

Trinity Mirror Market Value History

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Trinity Mirror News and Updates

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Executive pay was under the spotlight again yesterday as satellite firm Inmarsat said it will review its approach to pay after a shareholder scare on its remuneration report for the year. Just 51.1 per cent voted to approve its report at the company’s annual general meeting (AGM), while 48.86 per…

Mirror newspaper boss urges advertisers to be more "discerning"

The boss of newspaper publisher Trinity Mirror has urged advertisers to be more “discerning” in the wake of controversies around fake news and brand safety. Chief executive Simon Fox also said that while his company has struggled so far in 2017, he does sense a “change of mood”, meaning advertise…

Bidders for Richard Desmond's newspapers prepare bid to win City support

Newspaper executive David Montgomery and Fleet Street publisher Trinity Mirror are preparing to meet City investors within weeks to present their takeover plans for Richard Desmond’s print titles. It emerged that Trinity and Montgomery, who has established a company called National World for the …

MPs tell press industry: Toughen up regulator or face feared Section 40

A group of MPs has called on the press industry to toughen up its regulator or face the much-feared Section 40. Parliament's Culture, Media and Sport committee today published a report calling for the industry’s preferred regulator, the Independent Press Standards Organisation (Ipso), to make its…

How revenue woes are driving a wave of deals in the print media sector

After the closure of the Independent, the failed launch of Trinity Mirror’s New Day newspaper and plummeting revenues across the industry, 2016 will likely be remembered as a messy year for the print media. Less than a month in, and with rows brewing over press regulation, part two of the Leveson…
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