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Matthew d'Ancona to join the Guardian as columnist
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Matthew d'Ancona to join the Guardian as columnist

Former Spectator editor Matthew d’Ancona is to join the Guardian as weekly columnist.

19/12/2014

Johnston Press appoints Chief Creative Officer
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Johnston Press appoints Chief Creative Officer

Johnston Press plc has announced the appointment of Andrew Cunning as Chief Creative Officer, responsible for delivering innovative and market-leading advertising and creative services designed to support revenue growth across Johnston Press’ print a

18/12/2014

World’s Press Calls On Iran to Release Washington Post Journalist
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World’s Press Calls On Iran to Release Washington Post Journalist

The World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) and the World Editors Forum have protested to Iranian President Hassan Rouhani against the continued detention of journalist Jason Rezaian and have called for his immediate release.

17/12/2014

Retail Week launches new interactive digital guides
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Retail Week launches new interactive digital guides

Abacus e-Media has announced that EMAP’s Retail Week has launched the first of their new long-form digital guides using their Webvision CMS.

16/12/2014

World's Press Condemns Journalists' Arrests in Turkey
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World's Press Condemns Journalists' Arrests in Turkey

The World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) and the World Editors Forum (WEF) have condemned the arrests of nearly two-dozen journalists, editors and critics of the government in Turkey and called on authorities to stop the cra

15/12/2014

Forbes Announces New Editorial Appointments
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Forbes Announces New Editorial Appointments

Forbes has announced four new appointments in its editorial department.

15/12/2014

Town & Country appoints new editor-in-chief
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Town & Country appoints new editor-in-chief

Town & Country, the luxury lifestyle magazine published by Hearst Magazines UK, has today announced the appointment of Tina Gaudoin as editor-in-chief.

12/12/2014

SoE: Government ‘needs to do more homework’ on RIPA
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SoE: Government ‘needs to do more homework’ on RIPA

The Society of Editors has welcomed a consultation on amendments to the changes to the Acquisition and Disclosure of Communications Data Code of Practice relating to use of the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act, but says the Government needs to

11/12/2014

Alan Rusbridger appointed chair of The Scott Trust
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Alan Rusbridger appointed chair of The Scott Trust

The Scott Trust, which safeguards the editorial future and independence of the Guardian, has appointed Alan Rusbridger, editor-in-chief of Guardian News & Media, to succeed Dame Liz Forgan as its chair.

11/12/2014

FT and IE Business School launch joint venture
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FT and IE Business School launch joint venture

The Financial Times and IE Business School today announce the launch of the FT | IE Corporate Learning Alliance (FT|IE CLA), a new joint venture providing premium custom learning for business leaders.

10/12/2014

John Micklethwait to leave The Economist
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John Micklethwait to leave The Economist

The editor of The Economist, John Micklethwait, is leaving to become editor-in-chief of Bloomberg.

09/12/2014

New editor for Gloucestershire Echo
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New editor for Gloucestershire Echo

Kevan Blackadder, Editor of the Gloucestershire Echo is leaving his role with Gloucestershire Media.

09/12/2014

Tom Watson warns of ‘unfinished business’ over press regulation
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Tom Watson warns of ‘unfinished business’ over press regulation

Tom Watson MP last night delivered the 2nd Annual Leveson lecture for the Hacked Off campaign in central London.

04/12/2014

River Group appoints Claire Irvin
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River Group appoints Claire Irvin

Claire Irvin, Bauer Media’s Editor-in-Chief, is to join The River Group Publishing as Editorial Content Director.

04/12/2014

Women in Journalism announce new annual journalism award
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Women in Journalism announce new annual journalism award

The prize of £4000 will be used to fund either a project or pay for living expenses during work experience at two or more major national news organisations, arranged by the organisers.

03/12/2014

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