We never like to miss out on a great media opportunity here at Nellie PR. That’s why keeping up to date with the media movers and shakers is so important, helping us to maintain and build great relationships with journalists, producers and many more.
Keeping track of these changes can be time consuming, so to help, we’ve launched a new blog series with a round up of some of the changes that have caught our eye recently.
This week we bring you the latest from the national and business media.
The Times has recently launched a daily politics focused email newsletter called Red Box. Set up in partnership with YouGov, Red Box is a free daily political briefing written by Philip Webster of The Times and Tim Shipman of The Sunday Times. The newsletter will also feature YouGov poll results.
Peter Spence, previously senior online writer for City A.M, is the new economics correspondent at The Daily Telegraph. He’ll also be looking after economics stories for The Sunday Telegraph and telegraph.co.uk
Follow him on Twitter @Pete_Spence.
Catherine Neilan has joined City A.M as social media editor, having been news editor at Drapers, whilst Emma Haslett is the new City A.M web editor, joining from Management Today.
Sky News kicked-off a brand new evening show ‘Sky News Tonight’ on 1 September, hosted by Adam Boulton and Sarah Hewson. From 7-9pm on weekdays, the show will feature high-profile guests, social media, analysis and much more.
Follow the programme on Twitter via @SkyNewsTonight
London Live, the first 24 hour TV channel dedicated to the capital and launched in March 2014, has announced it is looking to focus on news and current affairs and will not be commissioning entertainment shows in the future. The commissioning and programming team will be reassigned into the news and current affairs team.
Follow the channel @LondonLive
Watch this space for our next media update, coming soon!