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Future has acquired Blaze Publishing, the Leamington Spa-based publishing and events firm with 35 staff, for undisclosed terms.
Future has sold its US music division to NewBay Media for £2m.
Future has acquired Cycling News, the global website for cycling enthusiasts, from Knapp Communications, for £2.2m.
Future is to sell its Italian magazine publishing business to Sprea Editori for £0.7m, and is also planning to invest £6.7m in its internet strategy next year.
Future has acquired Cheat Planet, the US computer games website, from Echo Software & Hardware for £4.6m.
Future Network has acquired A&S Publishing, the motoring magazines and events company, for £6m.
Future Network has acquired Beach Magazines & Publishing, the publisher of three magazine titles, for an initial £1.5m.
Future Network has acquired What Laptop magazine from Crimson Publishing for £0.7m.
Future Network has acquired the PC Zone and Computer & Video Games magazines from Dennis Publishing for £2.5m.
Future Network has acquired Spanish Homes Magazine for £1.5m, as part of a strategy to buy special-interest titles.
Future Network has acquired the Guitar One magazine in the US from Cherry Lane Magazines for £1.5m.
Future Network is to acquire Computec Media UK from its German parent company for £3.2m, which will involve the transfer of staff and computer magazine production to Future's office in London.
Future Network is to acquire Guitar World and other magazine titles from Harris Publications for £10m.
Future Network has agreed to acquire Hachette Digital Presse, the French publisher of computer games magazines, for £3.5m.
Future Network has sold its Silver Shark magazine publishing business in Poland to Wydawnictwo H Bauer for £2m.
Future Network is planning to invest £33m in the launch of more than 30 magazine titles this year.
Future Network is to invest £25m in internet development and US magazine launches this year.
Future Network has acquired Weka Consumer Medien, the German magazine publisher, for £8m.