Compact-sized version of The Independent for Meridian television region

Independent News & Media is to roll out its compact-sized version of The Independent to the Meridian television region from November 10. The newspaper, trialled in London during the past month, launched in the Granada region last week.

Independent News & Media is to roll out its compact-sized version of The Independent to the Meridian television region from November 10. The newspaper, trialled in London during the past month, launched in the Granada region last week.

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