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New chief executive named at Trinity Mirror

Sly Bailey is become the new chief executive of Trinity Mirror. Currently chief executive of IPC Media Ltd, Sly, (40), will take over from Philip Graf on February 3. She said: “The chief executive role at Trinity Mirror is one

Graf steps down at Trinity Mirror

Philip Graf, chief executive of Trinity Mirror, has announced his resignation. He will step down next summer, allowing time for the group to appoint his successor. Philip was appointed chief executive of the group in September 1999 following the merger

New printing press for Trinity Mirror

A new printing press for Trinity Mirror’s Welsh papers will be operational in Cardiff by the end of the year. The new press will be capable of running out 70,000 copies per hour, and will be housed in a new

Examiner celebrations continue

Celebrations to mark the Examiner’s 150th anniversary have been continuing with a special dinner at Huddersfield Town Hall. The event was attended by 180 guests, including Kirklees Mayor Clr Mohan Sokhal, Last Of The Summer Wine actress Dora Bryan, and

Newspaper's royal visitor adds to the party mood

Celebrations to mark the Huddersfield Daily Examiner’s 150th anniversary took on a royal flavour when Prince Charles visited the company headquarters this week. The official anniversary was marked yesterday and the Prince made his visit earlier in the week to

Camelot chief's date

Dianne Thompson, chief executive of Camelot, will address around 300 regional newspaper publishers, editors and their guests at the Newspaper Society’s Annual Lunch on Thursday. She was recently voted Businesswoman of the Year and one of 75 Women of Achievement

Business lunch date

The chief executive of Camelot Plc, Dianne Thompson, is to be the guest of honour at the Newspaper Society Annual Lunch next month. The event, in the Grand Ballroom at London’s Hilton Hotel, will also host presentations on the Society’s

Trinity Mirror scoops up Southnews

Page 1 of 2 Weekly newspaper group Southnews is set to be sold to Trinity Mirror after the two companies agreed a £284m deal. Southnews, which began in 1986 in a management buy-out from Westminster Press, comprises 25 paid for

Journalists have to regain public trust

Journalists have to regain public trust, said Philip Graf, chief executive of Trinity Mirror. In his conference address to the Society of Editors at Cardiff, he said that a recent poll had shown that print journalists were trusted by fewer

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

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

New Trinity Mirror boss announced

Joe Sinyor, head of Sony UK and former boss of Dillons, is to become chief executive of Trinity Mirror’s newspaper business. He will be second-in-command to group chief executive Philip Graf. This newly-created role gives Mr Sinyor responsibility for the

Senior management changes at Trinity Mirror

Trinity Mirror’s board is soon to announce who will fill a new senior executive role in charge of all its newspapers. Two existing directors are to step down, and Stephen Parker, who is currently Regional Director (North), will become Managing

Trinity Mirror aims for the top

Trinity Mirror aims for top spot with £150m plan Trinity Mirror, Britain’s biggest newspaper publisher, is to spend £150m on developing its Internet business over the next three years. Sixteen regional web portals – all linked to an integrated national

Press watchdog's longest serving member to retire

The longest serving member of the Press Complaints Commission, Professor Robert Pinker, is to retire from his role as a lay member at the end of the month. Professor Pinker joined the PCC when it was set up in 1991