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Highbury House Communications
Highbury House is to sell 38 magazine titles to Future for £31m, in order to focus on its computing, video games and photography publications.
Highbury House Communications has sold Highbury Local Publications, the publisher of local magazines in London and Essex, to Archant for £6.1m.
Highbury House Communications is planning to sell its BCom business publishing operations to Ergo Science Corporation for £10m.
Highbury House Communications is to acquire Paragon Publishing, the publisher of 33 consumer magazines, for £32m.
Highbury House is to acquire Cabal, the magazine publisher, for £10m.
Highbury House Communications has acquired Millennium Magazines, the publisher of the Satellite TV Europe programme guide, for up to £1.5m.
Highbury House Communications has acquired Property Mart Magazine, the publisher of magazines in the East London and West Essex areas, for up to £5m.
Highbury House Communications has acquired DMG World Media's Power Portfolio of magazines for £0.8m, in order to expand its Cumulus Business Media subsidiary.
Highbury House Communications has acquired ten trade magazines from Reed Elsevier for £4.8m.
Highbury House Communications has acquired the publishing operations of Columbus for £59m, while Columbus's dating business will be demerged into a separate company prior to a listing on Aim.
Highbury House Communications has acquired Security Publications, the publisher of consumer magazines, for £5m.
Highbury House Communications is acquiring Nexus Media Communications for £39m, in order to expand its database marketing, internet and event organising operations.
Highbury House Communications is planning to acquire Wyvern Crest, the database marketing company, for £3.7m.
Highbury House Communications has sold DPS Typecraft, the supplier of computer systems to the publishing sector, to Digital Technology International for up to £3.4m.