Iliffe Media, the UK’s fastest-growing independent publisher, has vacancies at two of its offices in the East Midlands.
- The Newark Advertiser is looking for an inspirational news editor to help lead the day to day operation. We are also seeking either a senior reporter or an exceptional trainee to join the team.
- The Stamford Mercury is also looking for a senior reporter with the potential to step up to a newsdesk role when required.
Both titles are proud to be at the heart of their communities and have long histories - the Mercury is the UK’s oldest continually-published newspaper.
Today sees the publication of a major study by Centre for Journalism academic staff.
Professor Tim Luckhurst, Dr Ben Cocking, Ian Reeves and Rob Bailey are joint authors of Assessing the Delivery of BBC Radio 5 Live's Public Service Commitment, which was launched this morning at a meeting of the All Party Parliamentary Media Group at the Palace of Westminster.
Members of the group chaired by Rosie Cooper MP were presented with the findings of the report, which demonstrates that 5Live is not meeting its licensing requirement that 75 per cent of its annual broadcast output should consist of news and current affairs programming.
The report, published by Abramis is available to download here. You can also view it in the online reader below.
The research was carried out following the award of a research grant by News UK and Ireland Ltd.
All first and second years will be in action for a print newsday on Thursday, January 31.
As ever, you'll be split into two mixed teams in a challenge to out-scoop each other. Rumour has it both teams will be producing newspapers in the style of The Guardian.
Conference will be held at 1pm on Monday in G1-04 for Rob's team and G3-19 for Angela's team. And here are the squads: