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July 2, 2012

Press Gazette – Journalism Weekly, issue five – read it here

By Dominic Ponsford1

Highlights of the latest issue of Press Gazette – Journalism Weekly include:

  • The Financial Times NUJ chapel raises questions over the financial management of the union.
  • Northcliffe boss Steve Auckland on why he thinks things are looking up for local newspapers.
  • Grey Cardigan rails against the ad-girls who think Christmas is in June and the London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
  • Warren Buffet’s huge bet on the future of local newspapers.
  • Amid rumours Sir Harold Evans’ superb journalism memoir is to be made into a film – our Harold Evans and Rupert Murdoch Hollywood lookalikes.

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July 2, 2012

Press Gazette – Journalism Weekly, issue five – read it here

By Dominic Ponsford

// Highlights of the latest issue of Press Gazette – Journalism Weekly include: The Financial Times NUJ chapel raises questions over the financial management of the union. Northcliffe boss Steve Auckland on why he thinks things are looking up for local newspapers. Grey Cardigan rails against the ad-girls who think Christmas is in June and […]

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MHP Group's 30 To Watch awards for young journalists open for entries
How PA Media is helping newspapers make the digital transition
Publishing on the open web is broken, how generative AI could help fix it

Topics in this article :

Email pged@pressgazette.co.uk to point out mistakes, provide story tips or send in a letter for publication on our "Letters Page" blog

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