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18 Jul
2014

Glasgow organisers charge media for preview material

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Journalists hoping to provide readers with basic preview information on the eve of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow are being forced to pay for it by the organisers

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12 Jul
2014

Ex-Sunday Mirror sports editor Tony Smith has died

A funeral and wake will be held in Surrey on Wednesday, July 23

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11 Jul
2014

Classic Boat and Sailing Today: senior sub-editor

The right candidate will have a minimum of three years’ full-time subbing experience and an excellent command of English language and grammar. Knowledge and experience of sailing would be advantageous

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8 Jul
2014

David Field, Boxing Writers’ stalwart, has died

At the big boxing nights of the 1970s and 1980s, Dave Field would have been ringside for ExTel

ERIC BROWN pays tribute to a former colleague and long-time secretary of the Boxing Writers’ Club, Dave Field, who has died, aged 68

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4 Jul
2014

Dyke’s football Plan B is lacking any true support

Premier League clubs have rarely used their reserve games to develop young English talent

The media debate about the introduction of B leagues for developing young footballers in England has been overwhelmingly against the idea. ANTON RIPPON can see why

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30 Jun
2014

World Cup accreditation fall reflects industry

Is the Mixed Zone in Brazil a little less crowded than before?

Accreditations for the written press at the 2014 World Cup are down by around 20 per cent on four years ago, according to FIFA figures

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30 Jun
2014

Is time up for McGrath as Hotspur at Telegraph?

JA McGrath: another departee from the Telegraph

This news comes barely a year since McGrath had the disappointment of the BBC abandoning its coverage of his sport – he had been the Corporation’s lead race caller since 1997

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27 Jun
2014

Six senior sports writers axed by The Telegraph

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Those axed include chief sports correspondent Ian Chadband, cricket analyst Simon Hughes, athletics correspondent Simon Hart, sailing writer Kate Laven, and rugby and football reporter Graham Clutton

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27 Jun
2014

Trinity Mirror Regionals: social media editor (sport)

You’ll know when to use hashtags, what the different opportunities offered by Instagram and Flickr are, and (possibly) be able to answer the question: “What is Google+ actually for?”

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27 Jun
2014

Letting Simon Barnes go is a ‘stunning mistake’

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TOM CLARKE, the former sports editor at the Daily Mail and The Times and editor of the Sporting Life, responds to the latest cost-cutting news from the Thunderer that sees the exit of its chief sportswriter

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