UK Media Moves including S&P Global Market Intelligence, Chemist+Druggist and The New York Times

December 10, 2019 Natalie Beale

Chemist+Druggist
Christie's International Real Estate
Drapers
Food and Wine (Ireland)
Jing Daily
marieclaire.co.uk
New Model Adviser
News UK
The New York Times
OK!
Reach PLC
S&P Global Market Intelligence
Freelance Update - Shanna McGoldrick
International Updates
Nick Machin Prize 2019
ARIAS 2020
PressPad

Chemist+Druggist
Editor James Waldron will be leaving his role as Editor of Chemist+Druggist. James joined the publication in 2012 and has been Editor since January 2016. In February he will join S&P Global Market Intelligence: Healthcare as Industry Editor. James can be found tweeting at twitter.com/canddjamesw

Christie's International Real Estate
Christie's International Real Estate magazine and its digital offering luxurydefined.com have moved to content agency Sunday. Steven Short remains Editor (freelance) and Emilee Tombs is Associate Editor.

Drapers
Beth Gault has been appointed News Editor at Drapers magazine. She was previously Deputy News Editor at Pulse and can be found tweeting at twitter.com/bethhopegault

Food and Wine (Ireland)
Gillian Nelis has been appointed Editor of Food and Wine, but she will be continuing in her role as Managing Editor of the Business Post Media Group. Gillian can be found tweeting at twitter.com/gnelis

Jing Daily
Gemma A. Williams has been appointed Features Editor at Jing Daily, the US website which analyses luxury consumer trends in the Chinese market. Gemma is based in London.

marieclaire.co.uk
Jadie Troy-Pryde has been appointed Lifestyle and Social Media Editor at marieclaire.co.uk. Jadie is interested in hearing about food and drink, health and fitness, sex and relationships, and travel. She can be found on Twitter and Instagram as @jadietp.

New Model Adviser
Ollie Smith has been promoted to Magazine Editor at New Model Adviser, where he was previously Online Producer and Features Editor. Ollie can be found tweeting at twitter.com/93_smithereens

News UK
Jessica Diamond has been appointed a unique cross-title luxury role at News UK. She joins as watch and jewellery director on The Sunday Times Style and jewellery director at The Times LUXX. An established journalist with more than 15 years’ experience working in the jewellery and watch industry, Diamond has written for Condé Nast Traveller, The Sunday Telegraph, The Financial Times, Vanity Fair and Sotheby’s. Jessica can be found on Instagram at www.instagram.com/thediamondedit

The New York Times
Jane Bradley has been appointed Investigative Correspondent, based in London, for The New York Times. She is currently on BuzzFeed UK’s investigative team. Jane starts her new role in January and can be found tweeting at twitter.com/jane__bradley

OK!
Oliver Grady has joined OK! magazine as Assistant Editor (News), covering Clare Fisher's maternity leave. He is interested in interview opportunities, launches/ events and celebrity news stories.

Reach PLC
Kirsten Jones has been promoted to Senior Features Writer across Reach PLC’s national supplement magazines (ExpressStarMirror and Sunday People). Previously Features Writer, Kirsten continues to cover celebrity, profile and real life interviews, First Look and property. She can be found tweeting at twitter.com/kejones91

S&P Global Market Intelligence
Jason Carey has joined the London Newsroom of S&P Global Market Intelligence as an Industry Editor in the Metals and Mining news group. Jason will manage a team of reporters covering global metals, mining and coal issues, including production, financial and regulatory developments. Jason previously worked as an editor for Debtwire and Bloomberg.

Freelance Update - Shanna McGoldrick
Freelance journalist Shanna McGoldrick has relocated to the UK and is available for commissions relating to travel, health and wellness. She has contributed to multiple publications, including Travel + Leisure Southeast Asia, The South China Morning Post, The Culture Trip and Restless Magazine.

International Updates

BFC TV
The Italian private TV channel BFC TV, in cooperation with Forbes, has started the weekly the news show ‘Forbes EMOVIE’. The programme explores business and the economy through cinema and is broadcast every Saturday at 9pm. For further information, Blue Financial Communication’s External Relations and Press Office Director Enrico Torboli can be reached on +39 340 0606 823 and torboli@bluefinancialcommunication.com

Il Sole 24 Ore - Real Estate24
The Italian newspaper Il Sole 24 Ore has relaunched the property section of its website as Real Estate24. The new section provides market analysis and forecasts as well as the views of experts and companies in the sector. Real Estate24 also covers home interiors and new architectural projects in Italy and abroad.

Madame Figaro Hong Kong
Lammy Tsui has been recently appointed the Digital Content Manager at Madame Figaro Hong Kong. She has been the Co-Founder and Director of Glass Onion since 2016. In the past, Lammy worked as Video Lead at One Cool Online and as a Contributing Writer for Q magazine China. Lammy can be reached at lammytsui@nmg.com.hk

Earth.Org
Deena Robinson has been appointed Managing Editor at Earth.Org. Earth.Org is a not-for-profit environmental organisation based in Hong Kong. It aims to raise awareness about the loss of biodiversity and the deteriorating conditions of natural ecosystems worldwide. It uses geospatial analytics data to quantify climate change. Deena has previously been a Journalist at Travel News Weekly in South Africa. She can be reached at deena.robinson@earth.org

Awards

Nick Machin Prize 2019
The first Nick Machin Prize awards ceremony will take place on 16 January 2020 in Cardiff. The prize is dedicated the memory of Nick Machin, who tragically passed away as a result of a brain tumour in 2018. The event is open to young journalists from Wales and working in Wales, in recognition of Nick's outstanding commitment to mentoring young reporters. There are four awards in the event's first year: Young Journalist of the Year, Outstanding Story/Feature by a Young Journalist, the Nick Machin Prize for investigative journalism and the Nick Machin Prize for journalistic endeavour. Go here to book tickets.

ARIAS 2020
The Audio & Radio Industry Awards 2020 will take place at the iconic London Palladium on Wednesday 4th March 2020. Celebrating the best in audio and radio, there are 23 awards to be won in categories such as Best New ShowBest Music Breakfast ShowFunniest Show and Best Sports Show. Judging has now begun with nominees being announced 15th January 2020.
For full details of categories, visit the official website. Once nominations have been announced, tickets will go on sale to join the biggest names in audio and radio at the Palladium.

Events

PressPad
PressPad, which launches on 28 January 2020, is an award-winning social enterprise which matches interns with senior journalists who have a spare room and they are trying to raise £30,000 through crowdfunding this month. It costs a young person more than £1,000 to do a month of unpaid work experience in the capital, according to estimates by the Sutton Trust. This prices out talented people from diverse backgrounds who simply can’t afford to get their foot in the door.

It's therefore no surprise that only 11% of journalists come from a working class background. More than half of the country’s top journos went to private schools and 94% of journalists in the UK are white. PressPad believes it is crucial to create a more representative media that serves the interests of everyone in the UK.

That’s why PressPad have launched a crowdfunder and they need your help to make sure it’s successful. Pledge to #DiversifyTheMedia today: www.diversifythemedia.com
 

 

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

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