The Telegraph launches The Briefing
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The Telegraph launches The Briefing

The Briefing is a twice-daily show, aimed at commuters, on WhatsApp and all major podcast platforms and smart speakers.

02/12/2019

NMA calls on politicians to stop undermining local media
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NMA calls on politicians to stop undermining local media

News Media Association chairman David Dinsmore has called on the three main political parties to stop creating fake newspapers.

02/12/2019

Telegraph launches digital recipe channel Cookbook
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Telegraph launches digital recipe channel Cookbook

The Telegraph’s new digital recipe channel Cookbook has launched with thousands of recipes and meal ideas.

29/11/2019

DC Thomson Media launches The Stooshie
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DC Thomson Media launches The Stooshie

DC Thomson Media has launched The Stooshie, a new politics podcast offering insight and analysis with a Scottish focus.

29/11/2019

Guardian US launches City Champions
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Guardian US launches City Champions

Guardian US is launching a new special project which will report on inspiring people, groups and grassroots initiatives that are transforming lives in cities across the US.

28/11/2019

My Nov/Dec takeaways
REVIEW

My Nov/Dec takeaways

The November / December issue of InPublishing magazine has just been published. James Evelegh lists eight key takeaways from the issue.

By James Evelegh  |  28/11/2019

SoE condemns Lib Dems' apparent effort to mimic local newspapers
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SoE condemns Lib Dems' apparent effort to mimic local newspapers

The Society of Editors has condemned what appears to be a concerted effort by the Liberal Democrats to mislead readers and voters by disguising their election freesheet as imitation local newspapers.

26/11/2019

New report: Media Labs, unlocking change
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New report: Media Labs, unlocking change

The continued rise of Media Labs is the focus of the latest 2019 Trends in Newsrooms report.

26/11/2019

How AI Can Support Editorial Teams by Taking Over Mundane Tasks
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How AI Can Support Editorial Teams by Taking Over Mundane Tasks

Journalists are under pressure to produce lots of great content, but find themselves spending too much time on repetitive, non-creative tasks. Help is at hand, says Sprylab’s Esra Celebi: let Artificial Intelligence take the strain.

By Esra Celebi  |  28/11/2019

What's been going on...
NEWS ROUNDUP

What's been going on...

James Evelegh’s roundup of some of the news stories that caught his eye over the last couple of months.

By James Evelegh  |  25/11/2019

News vs Clicks
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News vs Clicks

Are some regional newspapers getting their news values in a twist? Posting stories with little or no news value just to chase clicks or commercial revenues, makes Jon Griffin wonder what has become of the industry he entered over 40 years ago.

By Jon Griffin  |  25/11/2019

No man is an island
INTERVIEW

No man is an island

Staff numbers have more than halved since 2008 at Isle of Man Newspapers, while copy sales are down 40%. But editor Richard Butt remains one of the UK’s most positive journalists. Steve Dyson finds out why.

By Steve Dyson  |  25/11/2019

Newsletters: make them good and keep them relevant
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Newsletters: make them good and keep them relevant

With a rising tide of online disinformation, trivia and trolling, the dedicated email newsletter is being seen in a new light. The key to formulating the right newsletter strategy is to focus on quality and relevance (and not forgetting, metrics).

By Peter Houston  |  25/11/2019

Media Quotes of the Year
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Media Quotes of the Year

It was the year a journalist became prime minister, a US president continued to snipe at the press and Brexit dominated politics and the media. Jon Slattery looks at who said what in 2019.

By Jon Slattery  |  24/11/2019

Punching above its weight
INTERVIEW

Punching above its weight

The Jewish Chronicle has a circulation of just over 20,000 but, as the voice of the UK’s Jewish community since 1841, its voice carries far. Ray Snoddy talks to editor Stephen Pollard about the challenges he faces, both political and publishing.

By Ray Snoddy  |  25/11/2019

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