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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

Senior editorial changes at the Telegraph
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Senior editorial changes at the Telegraph

The Telegraph has announced some key new editorial appointments, promotions and responsibilities – all reporting to Chris Evans, Director of Content and Editor, The Daily Telegraph.

02/12/2014

Archant’s tribute to 25,000 heroes from First World War
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Archant’s tribute to 25,000 heroes from First World War

Archant East has launched a new website which features a page for every one of the 25,000 men from Norfolk and Suffolk recorded as having died during the First World War and allows readers to leave personal tributes to the fallen.

02/12/2014

Telegraph publishes Afghanistan Tribute
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Telegraph publishes Afghanistan Tribute

Today, Monday 1st December, The Telegraph publishes a tribute to all 453 soldiers who lost their lives in the Afghanistan conflict (2001-2014).

01/12/2014

London Press Club debates decline in public trust
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London Press Club debates decline in public trust

The lack of public trust in major British institutions is holding the country back, a YouGov poll carried out for London Press Club has found.

28/11/2014

IET and key publishers address need to improve conference content quality
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IET and key publishers address need to improve conference content quality

The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) together with the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and Elsevier has created draft recommendations for conference content.

27/11/2014

GQ and Bally’s first Native Advertising Video Campaign goes Live
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GQ and Bally’s first Native Advertising Video Campaign goes Live

In a first for both GQ.co.uk and Bally, their collaborative inaugural native advertising video campaign went live yesterday.

27/11/2014

Hobbit Director Edits Special Edition of Empire Magazine
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Hobbit Director Edits Special Edition of Empire Magazine

The January issue of Bauer Media’s Empire magazine is guest edited by Peter Jackson, director of The Lord Of The Rings and The Hobbit trilogies.

25/11/2014

Newsroom 3.1 – A Progress Report
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Newsroom 3.1 – A Progress Report

A ‘digital first’ strategy that plans editorial around readers’ habits is increasing web audiences and revenues, according to David Higgerson, Trinity Mirror’s online cheerleader. Steve Dyson reports.

By Steve Dyson  |  25/11/2014

Keeping subbing skills alive
FEATURE

Keeping subbing skills alive

In the ideal world, writes Peter Sands, every newspaper publisher would still employ sub-editors. How in the less-than-ideal world we live in, can newspaper publishers cut costs yet still preserve the all-important subbing function?

By Peter Sands  |  25/11/2014

“Cut me and I bleed ink” - Malcolm Starbrook interview
INTERVIEW

“Cut me and I bleed ink” - Malcolm Starbrook interview

Malcolm Starbrook retired in July after 45 years in journalism. In those 45 years, he worked for nationals and regionals, newspapers and magazines, publishers and regulators. In short, he’s seen it all. He tells Jon Slattery that, despite all the dig

By Jon Slattery  |  25/11/2014

The Press Awards – entries open next week
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The Press Awards – entries open next week

National newspapers and their journalists can enter The Press Awards for 2014 from 10am on Monday 1 December 2014.

24/11/2014

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