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Media rarely stands still and with the increasing adoption of technology, regulation changes, and a news cycle that is unrelenting, editors must be on top of their game more than ever. To reflect that, this series of discussions with editors, led by Stephen Lepitak, focuses on the various ways in which editors of today have learned to do the job and how it is evolving.
 
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Anna Bassi, editorial director of The Week Junior is the guest on this episode, discussing just how she and her team report and engage young people when it comes to the news of today. The Editor's Inbox Podcast is produced by Stephen Lepitak in association with Newsworks to allow audiences to hear from editors about their views on the role their ho…
 
Press Gazette's editor-in-chief Dominic Ponsford shares his experiences in running a newsroom that reports on newsrooms alongside other insights on how he views the role of the editor. The Editor's Inbox Podcast is produced by Stephen Lepitak in association with Newsworks to allow audiences to hear from editors about their views on the role their h…
 
Jones talks about his experience starting out as a local football reporter and why he believes in audience interaction, his time at other newspapers, his input to improving diversity and inclusion measures in the sector, and how he has 'modernised' The Daily Express. The Editor's Inbox Podcast is produced by Stephen Lepitak in association with News…
 
Discussing how she and her team report news to be delivered in classrooms, and now beyond, is Time for Kids' editor-in-chief Andrea Delbanco. The Editor's Inbox Podcast is produced by Stephen Lepitak in association with Newsworks to allow audiences to hear from editors about their views on the role their hold and how it develops. It is not produced…
 
This episode hears from Pete Clifton, editor-in-chief of PA Media. The Editor's Inbox Podcast is produced by Stephen Lepitak in association with Newsworks to allow audiences to hear from editors about their views on the role their hold and how it develops. It is not produced for commercial benefit and is entirely sponsor-free. Follow us on Twitter …
 
In this episode of Editor's Inbox, we talk to Katie French, editor of the Basingstoke Gazette and Andover Advertiser, who has just completed her first year at the helm of both titles. She discusses how she has found her maiden year as an editor, the role local newspapers continue to play in communities as well as the threat of social media to them,…
 
A discussion with The Mirror's editor Alison Phillips on how she views the role of editor and her own input into the Reach-owned tabloid, as well as how she became a journalist. The Editor's Inbox Podcast is produced by Stephen Lepitak in association with Newsworks to allow audiences to hear from editors about their views on the role their hold and…
 
The New European editor Matt Kelly, also Archant's chief content officer, talks to Press Gazette's Journalism Matters podcast about Brexit, "BBC bias", Alastair Campbell, Paul Dacre, Piers Morgan, his time on the Daily Mirror and how if TNE ever got "boring" he would close it. Interview by Freddy Mayhew. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-ou…
 
Google director of News Partnerships Madhav Chinnappa talks to Press Gazette editor Dominic Ponsford.He defends Google against complaints it is sucking advertising revenue out of the UK killing off newspapers and explains why he thinks the US giant is a force for good in the news "ecosystem". See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out informatio…
 
Thirty years ago Alastair's brother Daniel was murdered in a pub car park in south London. He talks to Press Gazette editor Dominic Ponsford about what has become the most investigated, and yet unsolved, murder in British criminal history. And he explains how the case is mired in police and media corruption. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and op…
 
Veteran Daily Mail diary writer speaks to Press Gazette over a coffee at Derry Street. He admits to: making up a fake contributor in order to defraud The Times, pretending to be disabled to secure a private audience with the Pope and breaking a confidence with the actor Richard Harris in order to reveal to the world that his son had been in rehab. …
 
Press Gazette editor Dominic Ponsford interviews local press journalist Sally Murrer. In 2007 she was at the centre of a notorious case involving police surveillance. She said she has still not recovered from what Thames Valley Police did to her and explains why it so important British journalists fight to get protection for journalist in the Inves…
 
Ash Houghton talks to Dominic Ponsford about how he went from leaving school at 15 to work on building sites, to his role as news editor of youth media brand SBTV News. He also offers some insight on how journalists can connect better with 'millenials' such as himself. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Former Guardian crime correspondent Duncan Campbell talks about what makes a good crime reporter, who his favourites are and how to deal with death threats (tape them!). He is the author of: 'We'll All Be Murdered in Our Beds! The Shocking History of Crime Reporting' See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
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