The Yorkshire Post has today relaunched with a “subtle” change in tone, new design, “improved” business and sport coverage and the return of ‘The’ to its masthead for the first time since 1968.
The Johnston Press title, which was founded in 1754, hopes to appeal to a broader readership with “new, fresh and entertaining news” while “keeping the authority and depth our existing customers expect”.
A student at the University of Central Lancashire has picked up the Most Promising Undergraduate Student prize at the Professional Publishers Association awards.
Andy Biddulph, who’s now graduated and freelancing at Rock Sound, studied magazine journalism at UCLan.
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Each Friday in Points North, one of the North’s leading media personalities will be giving us their take on the news covered by Prolific North over the last seven days.
This week it’s the turn of Colin McKeown, Founder of LA Productions.
Jarvis Cocker is heading to SXSW in Texas for the world premiere of documentary Pulp, which is backed by the Yorkshire Content Fund.
Screening in the Festival’s 24 Beats Per Second strand, Pulp is a celebration of the Britpop band and its hometown of Sheffield.
Kerrygold has appointed Brazen to handle its national public relations account.
The Manchester-based agency will be responsible for all its PR output across traditional, trade and social media channels. It will also work on new product launches.
Manchester-based online fashion retailer, boohoo.com, will have a market capitalisation of £560m when it lists on London’s AIM.
That value has been calculated through 600m shares that were placed on Friday at 50p, raising £300m.
Love has won a competitive pitch for British Military Fitness, to position the company as “the original, biggest an best organisation in its field.”
Launched 15 years ago, BMF runs outdoor fitness classes and has appointed Love to help it stand out from its rivals.