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30 Jun
2015

Total Sport: sports journalist

The role will focus on reporting on our three major sports sides – Swindon Town FC, Swindon Robins and Swindon Wildcats – including live matchday coverage, sourcing off-diary stories and keeping one step ahead of the competition

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29 Jun
2015

Relaunched Echo tries to stop readers feeling Blues

Today's re-launched Liverpool Echo... notice the Everton story in the bottom right-hand corner?

ANTON RIPPON on the response from Merseyside’s city newspaper to reader complaints about its football coverage

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27 Jun
2015

Gloucestershire Media: sports editor

You will be leading a team of dedicated sports journalists to produce lively, engaging, shareable content seven days a week. We are a digital-first business but our newspapers also need to be first-class every day

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26 Jun
2015

Former Telegraph writer Norton dies after fall

The sports journalist who broke the news that Ron Atkinson was making racist remarks when he thought he was off-air during a television football commentary has died

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23 Jun
2015

Bosch drills into Mossad’s Barcelona operation

Conspiracy theorist? Catalan sports writer Xavier Bosch

ANTON RIPPON on reports in Spain that have sent conspiracy theorists into overdrive

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20 Jun
2015

Touchline: sports writer/sub-editor

Working closely with the Sports Editor, key responsibilities will include sourcing, writing and editing short and full-length feature content; photo research; and rewriting or editing copy to accommodate client feedback

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15 Jun
2015

Online traffic drive makes Echo readers see Reds

Liverpool Echo editor and the result of his recent football coverage survey

Liverpool’s city newspaper is being accused of unfairly divided split loyalties

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12 Jun
2015

Newcastle’s latest media “deal” causes more concern

A media no-go zone?

ANTON RIPPON on the latest twist to what passes for “media relations” at a Premier League club

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12 Jun
2015

International organisation offers safety tips for Baku

Baku 2015

The International Federation of Journalists has published a set of safety guides and helpful tips for those working on the European Games in Baku

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11 Jun
2015

Guardian reporter is banned from Baku Games

Baku

The ban could have wide-ranging consequences for football journalists working for the rest of Britain’s news media, as Baku is scheduled to stage four matches in UEFA’s Euro 2020 tournament

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