Duncan Williams (newspaper executive)
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Duncan Williams is a British publisher involved in regional news and sport media. He bought a portfolio of hyper-local newspapers during a period of industry transition, where long established titles were closing down and often selling at rock bottom prices. As rapid readership migrations from print to digital took hold, Williams maintained that "the real value investment is in the brand". He is also known for his work within the faith publishing sector , where he was involved in the surprise post-Leveson success of a Christian themed magazine named Sorted gaining a foothold within the mainstream and highly competitive lads' mag marketplace.
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- "'Wholesome' men's mag with a Christian slant bucks the trend of circulation decline | Press Gazette". www.pressgazette.co.uk. Retrieved 2016-03-19.
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