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Daily Journalist of the Yearaward shared for first time

One of the top awards in Scottish journalism has been shared for the first time. Allan Caldwell, of the Glasgow Evening Times, and Robert McNeil, of The Scotsman, were today jointly named Daily News Journalist off the Year in the

New dean for media school

Nigel Dacre, the former editor of ITV News, has been appointed as the new Dean of the School of Media at the London College of Printing. He will take up his new post in February, replacing Sally Feldman who is

Five new members for editors' committee

Andrew Smith, editor of the Sunderland Echo and Simon Bradshaw, editor of the Brighton Evening Argus, are among five new members to join the Society of Editors’ Parliamentary and Legal Committee. Also joining are Sue Ryan, managing editor of The

Here is the news- Editors' topical agenda

The BBC’s decision to move its main news to 10pm is likely to come up for discussion this month at the Society of Editors annual conference. Top name speakers from the media, politics and other organisationsare lined up for the

Can't talk – I'm off to Hollywood

Matlock Mercury editor Don Hale has unfortunately had to turn down a late offer to share the podium at a national conference with such diverse characters as William Hague and Max Boyce – because he has a prior engagement in

Editors to debate naming and shaming of paedophiles

Editors will debate the naming and shaming ofpaedophiles during their three-day annual conference in Cardiff next month. Paul Nicholas, assistant editor of the News of the World – the paper that embarked on a campaign to publish pictures and details

Chris Smith to lecture on the future of news

Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, Chris Smith, will deliverthe first Society of Editors Lecture at the society’s annual conference inCardiff between October 15 and 17. The conference theme, “The Future of News”, will be summed up by