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Category archive: Journalism news

20 Aug
2014

Entries open for county cricket journalism awards

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The awards, now in their fourth year, are designed to recognise outstanding contributions towards the coverage of domestic cricket during the county season by local newspapers, young reporters and broadcasters

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17 Aug
2014

Northamptonshire Telegraph: cricket correspondent

Applicants should have production experience with knowledge of the Atex system preferable. It is also vital they have excellent web skills and are able to develop our products through websites and social media

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8 Aug
2014

Cricketer magazine makes editor and staff redundant

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The magazine’s editor Andrew Miller and two editorial staff lost their jobs last month

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8 Aug
2014

Swindon Advertiser: sports writer-sub-editor

Ideal candidates will be NCTJ-qualified (including 100wpm shorthand) and have experience of working on a busy sports desk

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2 Aug
2014

Sunderland stalwart Anderson opts to leave the Echo

Graeme Anderson: moving on from the Echo

Eight months after the Sunderland Football Echo ended its 106-year history and went online only, the paper’s Sunderland AFC writer, Graeme Anderson, is leaving

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31 Jul
2014

News UK’s new offices “a world away from Wapping”

So, what does News UK’s new head offices at London Bridge look like?

Courtesy of Estates Gazette, we can show you…

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26 Jul
2014

Magazine under fire over village cricket competition

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A row has blown up over a decision by The Cricketer magazine, organisers of the Davidstow National Village Cup to allow one club to proceed to the semi-finals despite fielding an ineligible player

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25 Jul
2014

MPs try to get to grips with issue of women’s sport

Coverage of the first day of the Glasgow Commonwealth Games gave much prominence to judo and Scotland's Renicks' sisters

The Commons Select Committee on Culture, Media and Sport published its report on women’s sports participation today which appears to have accepted many points made by the SJA

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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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