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Growing focus on learning prompts new idea from News

The Cumberland News has launched a new monthly education supplement which aims to tap into a growing focus on the importance of education in Cumbria. The first issue of learning, a 32-page magazine-style publication, has been unveiled to readers this

Role of media and industry's future to go under spotlight

A host of top names from the national and regional press and broadcasting are set to get together to discuss the future of the news industry and debate the role of the media. Privacy, the revamped newspaper and magazine code

Editors' conference set for Newcastle

Leader of the Opposition Michael Howard MP and Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir John Stevens will be the keynote speakers at the Society of Editors’ annual conference in Newcastle upon Tyne later this year. The conference, Let’s Get Real, is to

New Society vice president is nominated

Keith Sutton, editorial director of the Cumbrian Newspapers Group, has been nominated as the next vice president of the Society of Editors. The 57-year-old, who is also editor of the News & Star in Carlisle and The Cumberland News, has

Retiring bishop salutes 'sterling' local journalism

A midlands church leader has paid tribute to the local press and its “sterling work” in the community. The Bishop of Lichfield, the Rt Revd Keith Sutton, is shortly to retire and hosted a reception for the media at the

CN appoints Keith Sutton as editorial director

Carlisle News & Star editor Keith Sutton has been appointed to the new post of editorial director of Cumbrian Newspapers Ltd. He will advise and assist the senior management team in a continued bid for editorial excellence, and to develop

New member needed

The Society of Editors is looking for a new board member to replace Neil Fowler, who will shortly complete his term on the board. Mr Fowler, editor of the Western Mail, will retire as immediate past president at the AGM

"Too few women editors" says Liz Page

Liz Page, editor of the Evening Press, York, has won the unanimous nomination of the board of the Society of Editors to take over as vice president next month. If the annual meeting in Cardiff in October backs the board’s

Latest circulation figures highlight strong performers

New figures from the Audit Bureau of Circulations show a number of successes among regional titles. Smaller daily titles have performed particularly well, and while some larger titles have been affected by the reduction in bulk sales, a number of

Plea to 'reflect communities and reconnect with readers'

Regional newspaper editors have been issued a resounding challenge to reconnect with readers, reflect their communities and tackle freedom of information. Speaking in his inaugural address as president of the Society of Editors, Keith Sutton said newsrooms must reflect their

Dailies reduce bulk sales and discounted copies

The latest regional newspaper circulation figures are being seen as a truer indication of sales with the industry reducing bulk sales and the number of discounted copies. Evening newspaper titles have been proactive in reducing bulk figures, which was partly

Prize-winning double for Cumbrian newspapers

Staff at the News & Star and The Cumberland News are celebrating after winning both the Daily and Weekly Newspaper of the Year prizes at the North West Newspaper Awards. The newspapers, which are written and edited by the same