Tag: Bristol Evening Post

Five minutes to midnight: End in sight for regional papers?

| May 14, 2012 | 1 Comment

As the stripped down Post prepares to shed more than a third of its staff this week in the latest round of redundancies, is the death knell sounding for regional daily newspapers? Chris Oakley, former editor of the Liverpool Echo and owner of the Birmingham Post and Mail and then the Yorkshire Post, certainly thinks […]

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Demonstration against the BEP cuts

| April 16, 2012 | 3 Comments

The Bristol Evening Post’s 80th anniversary bash was accompanied by loud protests as demonstrators gathered outside the Galleries shopping centre, hosting an exhibition celebrating the BEP’s 80 years, to voice their opposition to yet more redundancies at the Evening Post, the abandonment of the Saturday edition and the end of Venue in print. BBC Points […]

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Devastating cuts at the Bristol Evening Post

| April 15, 2012 | 0 Comments

Mass redundancies are once again proposed at the Bristol Evening Post where up to 19 journalists – more than a third of staff – are at risk as the paper scraps its Saturday edition and drops ‘Evening’ from the title. At the same time, Venue magazine will cease appearing in print; some Venue listings and […]

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