JPI Media have issued a bold statement of intent by appointing Neil McIntosh as Editor-in-Chief of The Scotsman, Scotland on Sunday and Edinburgh Evening News.
Edinburgh Evening News
After a career with the company spanning two decades, several owners and some of the most turbulent times faced by news publishers, it was inevitable that Frank O’Donnell’s tenure at JPI Media – The Scotsman Publications in old money –… Read More ›
Johnston Press have launched their new website for the Edinburgh Evening News – on what’s already proving a busy news day. You can view it at this link to the Edinburgh Evening News.
A major revamp of The Scotsman’s website will see the emergence of a dedicated mobile and desktop platform for the Edinburgh Evening News. According to a report by The Drum today, the changes come on the back of reader feedback… Read More ›
New, free weekly newspaper launching in Edinburgh: A NEW free weekly newspaper is launching next week, on Wedn… bit.ly/122EKgg — allmediascotland (@allmedianews) June 6, 2013 Be interesting to see how the Edinburgh Evening News and The Scotsman respond to the… Read More ›
Want to help shape the future of @edinburghpaper ? Give us your views on what content you want to see in it before the relaunch #enlaunch — Evening News (@edinburghpaper) March 28, 2013
STORNOWAY. Home to the Stornoway Gazette, BBC Radio nan Gaidheal, Studio Alba, Isles FM, some of the greatest black pudding in the world and oh yes, it gave us the ever charming journalist Iain Pope too. Assistant head of live… Read More ›
PLANS for three of Scotland’s major newspaper publishers to forge a working alliance, originally to provide TV news bulletins, could yet go ahead. The Scottish News Consortium – made up of the Scotsman Publications, Herald & Times Group and DC… Read More ›
CHANGES afoot at The Scotsman as Chris Marks becomes news editor, scotsman.com editor Alan Greenwood is moved to deputy news editor, Tanya Thompson to assistant news editor with assistant editor Frank O'Donnell taking on the features brief in addition to… Read More ›
CARLOS Alba, like the rest of his now former staff at the Sunday Times Scotland, will most likely look at today's edition with mixed emotions. It is the last proper one under his watch, a satellite team of four now… Read More ›