THE new-look Scottish Mail on Sunday was yesterday claiming that the introduction, the previous week, of a new look had proven a runaway success, with the paper selling 30,000 more copies than the week before.
According to circulation auditors, ABC, the paper sold an average of 112,414 copies last month, with its July-December figure 117,531.
And coinciding with the new look, might the paper be targeting Scotland’s media folk?
Yesterday, it carried no less than three tales about media matters in its Black Dog in Holyrood column.
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