A restructure at publisher Archant Norfolk is to result in around 30 job losses, but editorial staff should escape redundancy due to open vacancies not being filled.
Most will be among advertisement production staff as a result of centres in Gorleston and Norwich being combined and based in a single unit in Norwich. The company says there are “no planned redundancies among editorial and advertising sales staff”.
A delegation from the World Association of Newspapers has met FIFA officials to discuss concerns about potential limits on newspaper coverage of the 2006 World Cup, notably on the right to publish photos on newspaper websites.
FIFA, and many other sports organisations, have begun introducing terms and conditions for coverage of events that limit the number and the timing of photographs that newspapers can publish on their websites.
The new free morning daily newspaper aimed at London’s business community is launching its first brand extension – a colour property supplement.
City AM Living is a 24-page supplement covering upmarket London, UK and international properties and will be published fortnightly from today.
Gloucestershire evening paper The Citizen has opened its new Stroud offices, holding a ceremony at which community leaders joined editor Ian Mean for a first look around.
The Northumberland Gazette has launched an appeal to keep alive the annual community event Alnwick in Bloom.
Its focus is on finding new committee members to run the event, and the welcome publicity has turned up a couple of volunteers already.