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i newspaper partners up with The Economist

The i newspaper has agreed a new deal whereby it will publish selected articles from The Economist, both in print and online.

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Selected articles from The Economist will appear in the i newspaper and online

Owned by JPI Media, the i will run around two Economist stories a week as part of a new deal between the two titles. The articles will cover a range of topics from the UK’s most popular current affairs magazine, from politics and business to culture and science.

Oliver Duff, editor-in-chief at i, comments: “Lively curation is a popular strand of i’s DNA, even as we’ve grown our original reporting and investigations.

“We are a daily briefing, an antidote to the age of hyper-information. The i’s readers demand brilliant writing and analysis from our journalists and guest correspondents.

The Economist is globally renowned for the excellence of its coverage and we look forward to showcasing this for i readers

The Economist is globally renowned for the excellence of its coverage and we look forward to showcasing this for i readers.”

Newly-formed JPI Media saved the titles of Johnston Press in a controversial pre-pack deal, after the publisher put itself up for sale. Founded in 1843, The Economist is published by The Economist Group and retails at £5.99, whilst the i costs 65p on weekdays and £1 on weekends.

According to ABC figures, weekly The Economist has a readership of 1.4m, whilst the daily i reaches 238,771 readers a day.

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