UK Media Moves: Thursday 24 October

UK Media Moves including Marketing Week, Computer Weekly, Metro.co.uk, the Sunday Mirror, the Yorkshire Evening Post, Tatler and more!

Changeboard
Cheshire Life
Computer Weekly
CNBC
DC Thomson
JOSHUA's Digital
Marketing Week
Metro.co.uk
Oh
Sunday Mirror
Tatler
TTG Media
Yahoo! UK
Yorkshire Evening Post
The Yorkshire Post
Freelance Update - Phil Clisby
Freelance Update - Sam Musguin-Rowe
Journalist Update - Steve Myall
Travel Media Awards 2019
IBP Journalism Awards 2019
The London Grill Club

Changeboard
Changeboard will change its name to Future Talent at the beginning of November to more accurately reflect the magazine's content - designed to bring readers the latest insights into the future of work through the lens of people and culture. Mary Appleton, who recently returned from leave, remains Editor-in-Chief/Director of the title. She can be found tweeting at twitter.com/maryapps

Cheshire Life
Helen Warwick has joined Cheshire Life on a freelance basis and will be gathering interesting information about the food scene in Cheshire, Chester, Liverpool and Manchester. Every month, she will be looking for foodie news, from new openings and menus to pop-ups, chef residencies, producer news and interesting foodie events. The magazine will also be running chef interviews and new foodie book releases. Helen can be found tweeting at www.twitter.com/mrsblondealmond

Computer Weekly
Alex Scroxton has been appointed Security Editor following the departure of Warwick Ashford. Alex is covering all areas of cyber security and information security, including government policy, data protection, privacy, and enterprise security.

Joe O’Halloran has joined the team to take over Alex’s previous role as Networking Editor. Joe is covering areas including enterprise networking, telecoms, broadband, mobile, internet of things and smart cities.

CNBC
Vicky McKeever has been appointed as a Reporter at CNBC, based in London, and will work on the Make It website covering lifestyle, work and money. Prior to this she was an Investment Reporter at Citywire.

DC Thomson
Susan Watson, Celebrity Editor at DC Thomson, has returned from leave.

JOSHUA's Digital
The culture and lifestyle website JOSHUA's Digital has now been relaunched at the address joshuas.io. It covers a wide range of interests, from architecture and art, to motoring and style. The sporting title SAMSON is now included on the same platform. JOSHUSA's was first launched as a biannual magazine in 2012, and founder Eli Ankutse remains Editor of the platform. Anthony Elliott, based in Denmark, is Co-Editor.

Marketing Week
The following changes have been made to the editorial team at Marketing Week:

Charlotte Rogers has been appointed Acting Features Editor, covering for Lucy Tesseras, who is on leave. Charlotte can be found tweeting at twitter.com/chardy_rogers

Matt Barker has started as a Features Writer and Torera George has been appointed Digital Content Producer.

Ellen Hammett was promoted to Senior Reporter in the summer. She can be found tweeting at twitter.com/ejh_1989

Metro.co.uk
Mel Evans has been promoted to Assistant Entertainment Editor at Metro.co.uk. She can be found tweeting at twitter.com/melevans and is also on Instagram: www.instagram.com/melevans_

Oh
Oh magazine - the re-imagining of Oh Comely - has now launched. Published by Pirates Ahoy! as part of the Iceberg Press family, Oh is a magazine for women who like to live life on purpose; offering a fresh and playful perspective on mindful living and practical wellbeing, rooted in inclusive culture and community. Writers, publishers and wellbeing PRs can reach out to new Editor Eminé Rushton. Artists, illustrators and photographers can reach out to Associate Editor and Creative Director Cathy McKinnon.

Sunday Mirror
Lucy Clarke-Billings has been appointed Deputy Features Editor at the Sunday Mirror. She was previously Deputy News Editor for Mirror Online and can be found tweeting at twitter.com/lucycb_1

Tatler
Tamzin Reynolds has been appointed Copy Chief at Tatler. Tamzin, who was previously Chief Sub-Editor at The Sunday Times Travel Magazine, can be found on Instagram at www.instagram.com/tamzin.reynolds

TTG Media
Franki Berry has been appointed digital reporter at TTG, supporting the news team in covering all the latest travel trade news in the UK and Ireland. Franki was previously Senior Reporter at the Hertfordshire Advertiser. She can be found tweeting at www.twitter.com/FBerryNews

Yahoo! UK
Alexandra Thompson has been appointed as a Health Reporter at yahoo! style, where she will cover all aspects of health and wellbeing. Alexandra can be found tweeting at twitter.com/alexthompo

Yorkshire Evening Post
Laura Collins has been appointed Editor of the Yorkshire Evening Post. Laura, who was previously Head of News for both the Yorkshire Evening Post and The Yorkshire Post, can be found tweeting at twitter.com/lauracollinsypn

The Yorkshire Post
Stuart Rayner has been appointed Chief Football Writer at The Yorkshire Post, where he will cover all ten of Yorkshire's league clubs. Prior to this he was Regional Football Writer at NCJ Media. He can be found tweeting at www.twitter.com/sturayner

Freelance Update - Phil Clisby
Freelance writer Phil Clisby is available for commissions. Phil covers travel (specialising in Africa), autism, and diversity and inclusion, among others. He writes regularly for the Travel Africa magazine and website, DiversityQ.com and BioPhorum, while his humorous take on parenting his autistic son can be read at www.philclisby.com/category/autismrulesok. Phil also provides proofreading, editing, production and design services. His website can be viewed at www.philclisby.com

Freelance Update - Sam Musguin-Rowe
Freelance Journalist Sam Musguin-Rowe, whose previous bylines include Empire, Guardian Weekend, Observer Magazine, The Telegraph, VICE and WIRED, has co-founded the content agency Musguin-Rowe Creative Ltd. Specialising in journalism, copywriting and consultancy, Sam is interested in hearing from editorial and commercial clients. For more information, or to schedule a consultation, visit the Musguin-Rowe Creative website (www.musguinrowe.com).

Journalist Update - Steve Myall
Steve Myall is leaving the Daily Mirror tomorrow (Friday) and moving to New York with his family, where he will be freelancing in the New Year. Steve has been at the Mirror for 10 years, where he has been a News Reporter and a Feature Writer - for both the Daily and Sunday papers and online. He leaves as Deputy Features Editor of the print edition. Steve has also presented the parenting podcast First Time Dads on iTunes for two years. Steve can be found tweeting at twitter.com/stevemyalleats and is on Instagram at www.instagram.com/stevemyalleatshq

Travel Media Awards 2019
The winners of the Travel Media Awards 2019 were announced this week. 21 publications, broadcasters, journalists and photographers were recognised, and the full list can be viewed at travelmediaawards.com/winners-2019. Categories covered a wide range of disciplines and media, from consumer travel magazines (both national and regional) to travel trade titles and guide books.

IBP Journalism Awards 2019
The nominations have now been announced for the IBP Annual National Journalism Awards for 2019. There are several new categories this year and all cover the built environment (architecture, construction, commercial property, housing and infrastructure). The full list of nominees can be viewed at www.ibp.org.uk/ibp-journalism-awards-2019-nominations. The winners will be announced on Thursday 28 November at the Four Seasons hotel in London.

The London Grill Club
The next guests for The London Grill Club have been announced:

12 November - Lord Peter Hain, a remainer, will be joining.

3 December - Richard Tice, Brexit Party Chairman

The grills will be at Shampers, 4 Kingly Street, W1, just off Regents Street at the Oxford Circus end, at 12.15 for a 12.45 start.

David Selves will give the guests a grilling after a mixed grill meal and the audience are invited to submit questions either in advance, which will have more chance of being called, or before the meal on the date. The questioners selected will be invited to put their question from the floor as a part of the grilling process. Tickets are £27.50 each.

About Natalie Beale

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