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The journalism pipeline is dying… apprenticeships  are the cure
FEATURE

The journalism pipeline is dying… apprenticeships are the cure

Are we ready to admit it?, asks Mark Hudson. The journalism pipeline is broken. To fix it, News UK is investing heavily in its apprenticeship scheme, which has brought fresh and diverse new talent into the business.

By Mark Hudson  |  28/02/2024

Apprenticeships – worth investing in
COLUMN

Apprenticeships – worth investing in

The answer to some of the challenges facing publishing companies is ‘apprenticeship schemes’, as News UK has found out.

By James Evelegh  |  18/01/2024

Air Business appoints Sarah Manlow
News

Air Business appoints Sarah Manlow

Air Business, a global distribution, subscriptions and ecommerce management company, has appointed Sarah Manlow as its new chief people & sustainability officer.

08/12/2023

Tackling the people challenge
MEDIA FUTURES

Tackling the people challenge

The last few years of the mediafutures benchmarking project have shown how managing people has become increasingly complex for most media companies. The new mediafuturesPULSE tracker survey shows that staff issues are now top of the agenda.

By Jim Bilton  |  02/12/2023

The Chilling Effect of Online Abuse
COLUMN

The Chilling Effect of Online Abuse

The online abuse of women journalists is a scourge on the publishing industry.

By James Evelegh  |  07/08/2023

ED&I: Immediate’s root and branch approach
INTERVIEW

ED&I: Immediate’s root and branch approach

Paying lip service to improved diversity and inclusion is one thing, putting someone in charge of putting it right is another. Ridhi Radia, who was given that role at Immediate Media, explains why ED&I matters and outlines the steps they have taken.

By Ciar Byrne  |  07/08/2023

There’s always a page to fill…
COLUMN

There’s always a page to fill…

Important things need doing, but how can they get done, when no one has any time.

By James Evelegh  |  03/08/2023

FT partners with M.E.N on apprentice programme
News

FT partners with M.E.N on apprentice programme

The Financial Times has announced that the FT Newsroom Apprentice programme, in partnership with the Manchester Evening News (M.E.N), is open to applicants.

07/06/2023

Looking to recruit? Things you need to know…
COLUMN

Looking to recruit? Things you need to know…

New starters demand a lot more care and attention than perhaps once was the case.

By James Evelegh  |  10/05/2023

Managing People – Your Greatest Asset
FEATURE

Managing People – Your Greatest Asset

Successful companies need motivated and talented teams. That’s why, says AdvantageCS’s Dan Heffernan, looking after your people is so important.

By Dan Heffernan  |  23/02/2023

Women in the newsroom: still some way to go
COLUMN

Women in the newsroom: still some way to go

Despite some high profile female editors currently, women journalists still face a number of career hurdles.

By James Evelegh  |  26/01/2023

Forbes promotes Ali Intres
News

Forbes promotes Ali Intres

Forbes has announced that Ali Intres has been promoted to chief human resources officer, reporting to Forbes CEO Mike Federle.

06/01/2023

It’s all about the people!
MEDIA FUTURES

It’s all about the people!

People are at the core of this year’s mediafutures survey results. An early read of the figures is already picking up some significant changes from the last survey back in 2020.

By Jim Bilton  |  21/12/2022

Former Amazon HR leader joins Frontiers
News

Former Amazon HR leader joins Frontiers

Research publisher Frontiers has announced the appointment of Kanika Suri Mehra as chief people officer (CPO).

25/11/2022

You’ve got to start somewhere
COLUMN

You’ve got to start somewhere

The first step on the ED&I journey is the most important.

By James Evelegh  |  27/10/2022

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