As part of its ongoing selling process, Trinity Mirror agreed Thursday to sell 14 regional newspapers in Berkshire for 10 million pounds.
The company will sell Berkshire Regional Newspapers, including its Reading Chronicle series, to a unit of the Scottish group Dunfermline Press.
The announcement follows Trinity Mirror's sale earlier this month of 25 newspapers in the company's southeast division. Titles in Dorset, Kent, Surrey and Sussex were sold to Northcliffe Media, a division of Daily Mail & General Trust, for 64.15 million pounds.
The group Archant is interested in snatching up Trinity Mirror's remaining titles in London and the southeast of England, especially the Essex-based Yellow Advertiser series.