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Dr Hack I Presume? Recruiting in the multimedia age
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Dr Hack I Presume? Recruiting in the multimedia age

Publishers expect a lot more from their editorial teams than they did in the past. In addition to an ability to write well, an enquiring mind and strong people skills, today’s journalists need to be technically competent across a range of multimedia

By Tim Luckhurst  |  25/03/2015

New editor appointed for Shortlist.com
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New editor appointed for Shortlist.com

Jordan Waller has been appointed as the new editor of ShortList.com. Jordan joins the ShortList team from FHM where he oversaw both the website and the back section of the print edition.

24/03/2015

Katharine Viner appointed editor-in-chief of Guardian
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Katharine Viner appointed editor-in-chief of Guardian

Katharine Viner has been appointed by The Scott Trust to succeed Alan Rusbridger when he steps down as editor-in-chief of Guardian News & Media in the summer.

23/03/2015

Investment Week uses blogging tool Scribble to cover the Budget
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Investment Week uses blogging tool Scribble to cover the Budget

In a move to develop its social media strategy, the Investment Week editorial team is using live blogging tool Scribble to cover key events.

23/03/2015

FT strengthens European reporting team
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FT strengthens European reporting team

The Financial Times has made new appointments to strengthen its European coverage and respond to changing tides on the continent. As part of the change Alex Barker takes up the new post of European diplomatic editor, based in Brussels.

23/03/2015

vjoon and Extensis Announce Strategic Partnership
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vjoon and Extensis Announce Strategic Partnership

vjoon announced yesterday it is partnering with Extensis, a leading developer of solutions for managing digital content, to integrate font management into vjoon’s publishing platform.

19/03/2015

Leicester Mercury builds web timeline to showcase King Richard III story
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Leicester Mercury builds web timeline to showcase King Richard III story

Since the discovery of King Richard III underneath a Leicester car park in 2012, the Leicester Mercury has played a key role in reporting all the news from the saga.

18/03/2015

Natasha Pearlman appointed Editor of Grazia Magazine
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Natasha Pearlman appointed Editor of Grazia Magazine

Natasha Pearlman has been appointed editor of Bauer Media’s weekly glossy title, Grazia.

17/03/2015

Winners announced for the Press Awards for 2014
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Winners announced for the Press Awards for 2014

The awards for UK national newspaper journalism were handed out a glittering ceremony to celebrate The Press Awards for 2014, organised by the Society of Editors, last night.

11/03/2015

Journalist David retires after 40 years on Archant papers
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Journalist David retires after 40 years on Archant papers

Long-serving Archant journalist David Lennard retired on at the end of February after working on newspapers across Norfolk and Suffolk for more than four decades.

08/03/2015

New Archant investigations and election units to produce in-depth content
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New Archant investigations and election units to produce in-depth content

Two new Archant-wide editorial initiatives have been launched to help local teams produce in-depth investigative and election content for newspapers right across group.

05/03/2015

Archant papers ban use of terrorist Emwazi nickname
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Archant papers ban use of terrorist Emwazi nickname

The Archant weekly newspapers on whose patch Islamic State executioner Mohammed Emwazi grew up and went to college have banned the future use of the nickname ‘Jihadi John’ as too playful and in bad taste.

05/03/2015

August creates lifestyle blog for Christie’s
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August creates lifestyle blog for Christie’s

August client Christie’s International Real Estate (CIRE) has launched a new destination property and lifestyle blog, Luxury Defined.

04/03/2015

Golden Pen of Freedom to Honour Journalists Killed in the Line of Duty
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Golden Pen of Freedom to Honour Journalists Killed in the Line of Duty

The 2015 Golden Pen of Freedom, WAN-IFRA’s annual press freedom award, has been awarded to Journalists Killed in the Line of Duty, an exceptional announcement that highlights the on-going tragedy of those who make the ultimate sacrifice for the right

02/03/2015

New Editors for Shooting Times and Sporting Gun
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New Editors for Shooting Times and Sporting Gun

Time Inc. UK yesterday announces two editorial appointments on its shooting titles, Shooting Times and Sporting Gun.

27/02/2015

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