ACP Media has lashed out at speculation it’s about to can all of its websites.
Fashion blogger Isaac Likes, quoting an anonymous source within the company, is reporting plans to scrap Runway Reporter, the online home of magazine Fashion Quarterly, with the loss of eight jobs.
The source is reported to have said that ACP’s other websites such as Cleo, Metro and Taste are also being cut.
However, ACP chief executive Paul Dykzeul has described the report as “defamatory and incorrect”.
He also promised a further announcement on the issue tomorrow.
It will be intriguing to see if the “defamatory and incorrect” report turns out to be true, or whether ACP is trying to scare people away from reporting about its difficulties.
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