Telegraph finds way to profits in age of digital disruption

The Daily Telegraph is a rare beast: a British newspaper that makes healthy profits. All around it, the news industry is being upended by plunging revenues from print advertising and the migration of digital advertising to Facebook and Google. But in 2015, the Telegraph Media Group made a £48m pre-tax profit on a turnover of £320m, a slight improvement on the £46m it made in 2014. It is still Britain’s biggest-selling quality daily paper, though its print circulation has fallen from its peak of more than 1m papers a day in the early 2000s to 457,331 in February, according to the Audit Bureau of Circulation.

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