UK Media Movements July 2020

By Jack Gamble

Dame Jenni Murray to leave Woman’s Hour 

Broadcaster Dame Jenni Murray is set to leave Woman’s Hour after 33 years.

Dame Jenni is the longest-serving presenter in the Radio 4 show’s 74-year history.

Alberto Nardelli has joined Bloomberg

Alberto has been appointed News Correspondent-at-Large for Europe at Bloomberg News.

Alberto was previously the Europe Editor at BuzzFeed News. He formerly worked with the Guardian.

Lorraine Candy has stepped down as Editor-in-Chief of The Sunday Times’ Style Magazine

The Sunday Times Style Magazine’s Editor-in-Chief Lorraine Candy is leaving the weekly fashion magazine after three decades in the industry.

Lorraine, who is also luxury content director for The Sunday Times, will step down from both roles on 31 July.

Currently focusing on her new book, Lorraine will also continue with her podcast ‘Postcards From Midlife’.

Nicola Jeal is now Features and Lifestyle Director at The Times and The Sunday Times

Nicola Jeal has been appointed Features and Lifestyle Director at The Time and The Sunday Times.

Nicole previously worked with Grazia.

Richard Hartley-Parkinson has been promoted at Metro.co.uk

Richard Hartley-Parkinson has been appointed Acting Editor of Metro.co.uk.

Richard was previously the Assistant Editor.

Claire Beale is leaving Campaign after more than twenty years

Claire Beale, Campaign’s global Editor-in-Chief, is leaving the brand after more than two decades as part of a restructure as parent company Haymarket adjusts to the challenges of coronavirus.

Beale, one of the most influential voices on the global advertising stage, led Campaign in the UK for more than 10 years, before taking on the global role overseeing Campaign’s eight editorial businesses around the world.

Shannon Lawlor is an Editorial Beauty Consultant at The Sun

Shannon Lawlor is an editorial beauty consultant, working across The Sun’s Fabulous Mag, Fabulous Daily and its associated digital platforms.

Shannon is interested in hearing about beauty news, innovations, launches, treatments and experts.

Kashmira Gander is now Deputy Science Editor at Newsweek.

Kashmira Gander the Deputy Science Editor for Newsweek.

Kashmira was previously Health Correspondent at the title, covering COVID-19. She was also previously a Senior Reporter at the title.




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