T&A catches the eye of HTFP’s resident blogger
HoldtheFrontPage publishes two regular columns – Dyson at Large and the Law Column.
Former regional daily editor Steve Dyson’s monthly Dyson at Large blog has established itself as a must-read throughout the local press industry. Don’t miss his updates which are published on the site on the penultimate Wednesday of every month.
The fortnightly Law Column is written by media law specialists Foot Anstey and is designed to encourage debate on all aspects of the law as it affects working journalists. It appears every other Tuesday.
Other guest blogs may also appear on this page from time to time.
Was Yorkshire evening having an off-day asks HTFP blogger?
One of the great things about having a story comments facility on your website is that it enables users to amplify what you have already written, and perhaps introduce fresh angles and context to a story. So it was with
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From the latest collection of Friday Funnies on HTFP comes this gem from Worcester News editor Kevin Ward. Has there ever been a better Tweet by a member of the regional press? Let us know on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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We’ve been pretty pleased so far with the reaction to our new HoldtheFrontPage blogger – former Birmingham Mail editor Steve Dyson. Although not everyone has necessarily agreed with his weekly critiques of local and regional newspapers, that wasn’t the point.
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