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Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Media gallery

Sharon Hendry, John Coventry, Sarah Baxter, Tony Gallagher and David Cohen

Good campaigns good for newspapers

The received wisdom that campaigning journalism does not sell newspapers was challenged last night at a London Press Club and Pagefield debate held at News UK’s News Building. Campaigning Newspapers in a Digital Age saw a top panel discuss the issues in front of a capacity crowd at the London Bridge home to The Sun

Independent editor Amol Rajan and embassy guests at a previous LPC event

London Press Club 2014 review

From the grandeur of the Brazilian embassy to the cosy surroundings of the Frontline Club, the resurgent London Press Club had a very busy 2014 – a year which saw it halve membership fees, revive a much-loved tradition and raise a record amount for the Journalists’ Charity. The first of almost 20 debates, Q&As and

Lord Black, Doug Wills, Ian Murray

Chairman’s holiday message

A Christmas and New Year message from London Press Club chairman Doug Wills   It’s been a terrific year for the Press Club, thanks to the support of all of the board as well as many of our stalwart members who came along to event after event. I was thrilled that we were able to continue

Pagefield

The Internet, Newspapers & the Election

With so many changes in the way news is reported, received and interacted with since just 2010, our debate in conjunction with Pagefield, The Internet, Newspapers and the 2015 Election, brought together a panel well positioned to look ahead to next May. Isabel Hardman of The Spectator and the Daily Telegraph (and a recent nominee

Paul Dacre and Baroness Lawrence

Press Club Awards winners announced

The London Evening Standard and The Mail on Sunday were named best newspapers at today’s London Press Club Awards, which celebrated the best in print, online and broadcast journalism amongst a sell-out crowd made up of leading UK media figures. Missed the lunch? Check out the online version of the event brochure here.   The

Independent editor Amol Rajan and embassy guests at a previous LPC event

Embassies and editors enjoy “vertical Fleet Street” reception

Representatives of over 30 nations were brought together with some of the UK media’s leading figures last week for the London Press Club’s reception for members of the Diplomatic Press Attachés Association London (DPAAL) at Northcliffe House in Kensington. Home not only to seven newspapers – the i, the Independent titles, the London Evening Standard,

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‘Inspirational’ forum on Women in the Media

    “What is there to worry about, if you look at this panel and their achievements in the media?” asked chair Anne McElvoy at the start of the London Press Club Women in the Media forum, citing the three leading editors and British television’s longest-serving newsreader sat beside her. But, as she quickly acknowledged,

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