UK Media Moves at the WSJ & Aesthetic Medicine, i chooses Managing Editor

October 31, 2019 Natalie Beale

Aesthetic Medicine
British Forces Broadcasting Services
BuzzFeed
Decrypt
Evening Standard
FourFourTwo
HELLO!
i
Law360
The Morning Advertiser
OK!
Tesco Real Food
The Wall Street Journal
Freelance Update - Scarlett Conlon
Freelance Update - Harriet Constable
Freelance Update - Anna Magee
ABC News
Cision - Black Friday/Cyber Monday
Journalists' Charity Wales Media Awards 2020
2020 Headlinemoney Awards
IBP Journalism Awards 2019
The London Grill Club
Women in Journalism Seminar: Breaking the Class Ceiling

Aesthetic Medicine
Georgia Seago is now Deputy Editor at Aesthetic Medicine. Prior to this she was Features Editor at Professional Beauty. They cover all areas of medical aesthetics as well as business content for clinic/practice management, so Georgia wants to hear about industry news and events, product and treatment launches and relevant clinical research/studies.

British Forces Broadcasting Services
Georgina Stubbs is now a Broadcast Journalist for British Forces Broadcasting Services. Prior to this, she was a News Reporter for the
Press Association. Georgina can be found tweeting at twitter.com/georginafstubbs.

BuzzFeed
Georgia Chambers has been appointed Curation Editor at BuzzFeed. Prior this she wrote for the Evening Standard. Georgia can be found tweeting at twitter.com/georgiaecha

Decrypt
Stephen Graves has joined the cryptocurrency website Decrypt as Managing Editor. He comes from Stylus, where he was Senior Editor. Stephen, who also writes and directs short films, can be found tweeting at twitter.com/stephengraves

Evening Standard
Bronwen Weatherby has been appointed Reporter at the Evening Standard. Prior to this she was Investigations Reporter at the Bristol Evening Post. Bronwen will cover London, national and international news. She can be found tweeting at www.twitter.com/bronweatherby

FourFourTwo
Joe Brewin has been promoted to Deputy Editor at FourFourTwo, while Conor Pope has been promoted to Online Editor. Joe joined the team in 2013, and had been UK Digital Editor since 2017. Conor started at FourFourTwo in February this year as Digital Features Editor.

HELLO!
Ainhoa Barcelona has been appointed Acting Website Editor at HELLO!, covering for Andrea Caamaño while she is on leave. Ainhoa, who first joined the team in 2013 as an Online Writer, was previously Deputy Online Editor. She can be found tweeting at twitter.com/ainhoabarcelona

i
Lucia Adams has been appointed Managing Editor of i, effective 14 November. In 14 years at The Times, Lucia held a variety of digital and strategic roles, latterly as Deputy Head of Digital for The Times and The Sunday Times. She was part of the bunker team that developed and delivered The Times subscription model. She has worked on the launches of products including The Times’ iPad app in 2010 and the edition-based smartphone app in 2016. For the past three years Lucia has been running her own business, consulting and coaching with clients including Condé Nast International, the Google Digital News Initiative Innovation Fund, the European Journalism Centre, and newspapers around the world. She co-founded the networking group 10 Digital Ladies.

Barbara Speed returns to her role as i Opinion Editor on Monday 18 November.

Kasia Delgado will return to her role as Deputy Comment Editor and Feature Writer on 18 November.

Benjamin Butterworth has been appointed Late Editor for inews.co.uk. Ben was appointed Weekend editor in October 2018, and has been working for the site on a freelance basis since January 2018.

Law360
Martin Croucher has been appointed as an Insurance/Financial Services Journalist at Law360, working in their London office. Martin, who previously worked at InsurancePOST, can be found tweeting at twitter.com/postmartinc

The Morning Advertiser
Stuart Stone has been promoted to Senior Features Writer at The Morning Advertiser. Previously Senior Reporter, he continues to cover UK pub news. Stuart can be found tweeting at twitter.com/sstone26

OK!
Katherine Romero has been appointed Assistant Editor (Features) at OK! magazine. Prior to this she was Acting News Editor for Closer. Kat can be found tweeting at twitter.com/katmayromero and on Instagram at www.instagram.com/katromeromay

Tesco Real Food
Sarah Alcock has been appointed Digital Editor at Tesco Real Food, working across the recipe website and their social media channels. Sarah, who prior to this was Digital Content Editor at Asda Good Living, is looking to hear about exciting new food products, trends and news. She can be found tweeting at twitter.com/sarah_barry

The Wall Street Journal
Benjamin Katz has been appointed as a Journalist for The Wall Street Journal in London, joining them from Bloomberg News. Ben covers aviation and aerospace and can be found tweeting at twitter.com/_benkatz

Freelance Update - Scarlett Conlon
Scarlett Conlon has announced her freelance details. Formerly Deputy Fashion Editor at The Guardian and News Editor at British Vogue, Scarlett is now based between Italy and the UK. She will be covering fashion, interiors, culture and travel and is open to commissions and consultancy.

Freelance Update - Harriet Constable
Freelance Journalist Harriet Constable is available for commissions and comments related to environment, equality, female empowerment, travel, conservation, Africa and veganism. She is based between London, Nairobi and Johannesburg as a self-shooting multimedia journalist. Harriet works with the BBCThe New York TimesAl JazeeraGeographicalRough Guides and AFAR among others. Examples of her work can be viewed at www.harrietconstable.com and she can also be found tweeting at www.twitter.com/hconstable

Freelance Update - Anna Magee
Anna Magee, multi-award winning health journalist and editor, is available for commissions and projects. Currently the editor of the online women's health platform Healthista, Anna has up to the minute knowledge of the latest in health and fitness as it happens. Her specialisms include all areas of health, medical, psychology and fitness features especially incorporating the latest research and the best experts on any given subject.

ABC News
Tyrone Dalton has been appointed as a Journalist for ABC News in Central Victoria. This bureau is part of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's regional radio network with news and information as well as syndicated programming, covering Bendigo, Castlemaine, Echuca, Rochester, Elmore, Heathcote, Maryborough, Woodend, Kyneton and communities in between. Tyrone has previously been a Journalist, Digital Producer and Sub-editor at the Sunraysia Daily, and a Journalist at the North Central Review. His new role starts on 4 November and he can be found tweeting at twitter.com/tyronedalton

Cision - Black Friday/Cyber Monday
As well as gearing up for Christmas, suppliers are already preparing for the discount-heavy Black Friday and its younger sibling Cyber Monday. If you're seeking content related to these events, get added onto Cision's Black Friday/Cyber Monday contacts list and receive relevant information direct from PRs.

To join the contacts list, simply email projects@gorkana.com, putting ‘Black Friday’ in the subject line, and ‘Subscribe’ in the email body.

Additionally, if you’re looking for PR help with Black Friday/Cyber Monday-related editorial (product information, images, etc), use our free Media Request service to send call outs to PRs. Find out more by emailing mediarequests@gorkana.com or visit www.gorkana.com/journalist-services/media-requests

Journalists' Charity Wales Media Awards 2020
The Journalists’ Charity Wales Media Awards 2020 are open for entries. The free-to-enter Awards celebrate and promote great journalism in Wales - work produced in Wales, for an audience in Wales, by journalists, photographers and camera operators. The Awards will be presented in Cardiff on 20 March 2020 at a ceremony hosted by BBC Cymru Wales presenter Lucy Owen and ITV Cymru Wales’ Jonathan Hill. The closing date for entries is 5pm on Monday 4 November and shortlists will be announced in February 2020. More information can be found here

2020 Headlinemoney Awards
The 2020 Headlinemoney Awards are open for entries from the UK's financial PR and communications professionals in the following categories: PR Professional of the Year, Rising Star PR Professional of the Year, Press Team of the Year (sponsored by Lansons), PR Agency of the Year, Thought Leadership Initiative of the Year, and Expert of the Year. Entry is free to both individuals and organisations in each of these categories. Registration is required to submit an entry and the closing date for entries is Friday 8 November 2019.
 
Details about the awards including, entry criteria, the entry form, judging, sponsorship, table sales, etc, can be found by visiting the dedicated 2020 Headlinemoney Awards website.

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.

Women in Journalism Seminar: Breaking the Class Ceiling
WIJ and the Journalists’ Charity are hosting the seminar 'Breaking the Class Ceiling: Has journalism become an industry for the elite? And what can be done about it?'. The panel includes Jane Martinson, Guardian media columnist, Majorie Deane, Professor of Financial Journalism at City, University London, Jem Collins, founder of JournoResourcesShingi Mararike, reporter, The Sunday Times, and the paper’s first ever apprentice, and Rozina Breen, Head of North, BBC England.

The seminar is on 19 November at Level 39, Reach, One Canada Sq, E 14 5AP. Doors open at 6:30pm, Aiming for a 7pm start. Tickets can be booked here

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Natalie is Cision's Senior Alerts Editor in London, and writes the UK Media Moves.

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