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Future of newspaper group is in the hands of its staff

Around 80 journalists have gathered for Archant’s annual editorial conference. The two-day event allowed staff from across Archant Regional, publishers of the Evening Star, Ipswich, East Anglian Daily Times, Eastern Daily Press, Evening News, Norwich, and around 60 weekly titles,

Ad revenues help Archant to increased profit

Publisher Archant has announced increased profits for the year thanks mainly to the performance of advertising sales in the regional press. And there are initiatives in hand to boost income and improve efficiency. Operating profit for 2002 reached £27.7m, up

Archant poised to acquire media assets

Archant is poised to “acquire and expand” after winning permission from its shareholders to increase its borrowing capacity to £270m. The firm wants to double its size in the next seven years and believes it is at the right stage

Evening News triumphs at EDF Energy Media Awards

The Cambridge Evening News has won the title of Daily Newspaper of the Year at the EDF Energy East of England Media Awards today. The title also won the award for Community Campaign of the Year, for its work on

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The presentation and design of the Norwich Evening News was described as “bold and brave”. It was said to have “clearly identified the readership it is going after” and as “trying really hard”. The judges said the paper “stood out

RNLI thanks regionals for their support

Regional newspapers from across the UK have been recognised for their support of the RNLI. The charity, which rescues an average of 21 people from the sea every day, has handed out media supports awards to the Caithness Courier, Dundee

Echo crime reporter picks up Essex press prize

Southend Echo crime reporter Michael Clarke has been named Shepherd Neame Essex Journalist of the Year. The journalist received his award at a presentation lunch, where he was praised for his coverage of the Sally Geeson murder case. Judges said

Chance to win cash and cases of beer

Cash and cases of beer are among the prizes up for grabs at the 2005 Essex Journalist of the Year Awards. Entries are now being invited for the competition, which is sponsored by independent brewer Shepherd Neame, and aims to

WMN is crowned Britain's best rural newspaper

The Western Morning News has been voted Britain’s best rural newspaper. It was crowned Rural Newspaper of the Year at the National Farmers’ Union’s Countryside Awards for Excellence, after being nominated by a reader. The award was presented to editor

Winners unveiled at Archant showpiece event

The winners of the Archant Awards 2003 have been announced at a ceremony held at the Alexandra Palace in London. Some 1,200 staff from across the country saw publications, products and people from across the community media company scoop prizes

Newspaper staff celebrate

Page 1 of 2 Newspaper staff around the country are celebrating after scooping prizes at the first Archant Awards. An audience of around 1,300 employees, guests and sponsors saw staff, publications and products from the company scoop prizes in the

Essex journalists honoured

Top journalists from around Essex have been honoured at the inaugural Shepherd Neame awards. Among the winners, from both print and broadcast journalism, was Roddy Ashworth from the East Anglian Daily Times who was named Essex Newspaper Reporter of the

Honours shared at industry awards

Honours were shared among the pride of the press from the Eastern Counties Newspaper Group as more than 1,300 staff partied at Alexandra Palace for the company’s awards night. Guests at the glittering ceremony saw the Eastern Daily Press pick