Monthly Archives: July 2011

Have you taken the #ukjournopay study yet?

Image by Nils Geylen via Flickr The topic of pay is a thorny one in any profession, and in journalism it can also be somewhat disparate.  The wages I’ve pulled for getting my face in other people’s and asking them … Continue reading

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Sir Ray’s empire keeps growing

BIRTHS: Tindle/The Media: Sir Ray Tindle and the UK regional press are relieved delighted to announce the safe arrival of a newspaper, the Pembroke and Pembroke Dock Observer; a sister title for Tenby, and Narberth&Whitland. Born July 1, zero pounds … Continue reading

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O tempora o mores!

I guess most of us were stunned by the News of the World announcement on Thursday. Of course it was a calculated move and, considering it now, I imagine it was business cased some considerable time ago, and placed in … Continue reading

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