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Tuesday, November 21, 2017


Sam Allardyce in conversation

“When putting together this year’s programme I knew we had to have an football event, so I asked for London’s best manager,” said Press Club chairman Doug Wills when introducing Sam Allardyce on Tuesday evening. “But he wasn’t available so we got Sam!” Not one of the game’s delicate flowers, the West Ham boss joined

Maria Monteiro, Press & Political Affairs Attaché at the Embassy of Portugal, who organised the forum with the Brazilian embassy and London Press Club, with the panel

Brazilian flavour to social diplomacy

Attachés from embassies in London and members of the London Press Club were given an insight into the power of social media and a a rare chance to visit the Embassy of Brazil in this week. The Press Club joined forces with the Diplomatic Press Attachés’ Association to present a forum on Social Media as

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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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“People need news” – David Dinsmore

There is a future for the newspaper industry as “people don’t want news – they need it”, David Dinsmore, editor of The Sun, told a London Press Club event on November 5th. Speaking in one of his first public appearances since being appointed editor of the UK’s most-read newspaper, Dinsmore was interviewed by the BBC’s

Industry experts debate [Pic: Nigel Howard, Evening Standard]

‘Change the law to save investigative journalism’ say experts

Change in the law is the top priority in ensuring a future for investigative journalism, a panel of industry experts has argued at a London Press Club and YouGov debate. The event, chaired by Andrew Neil, brought together leading investigative journalists Andrew Gilligan, Tom Bower, Heather Brooke and Tom Harper, as well as Guardian editor

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400 journalists in the Royal Courts…raising £000s for charity

More than 400 journalists came together in the magnificent splendor of the Royal Courts of Justice hall for the 2013 London Press Club Ball. Television presenter Kate Silverton and radio personality Nick Ferrari helped the audience that included editors, journalists and media agencies and supporters raise more than £30,000 for the Journalists’ Charity. X-factor runner

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Press Club Ball 2013 – video and photos

The Press Club Ball 2013 was again a great success. Congratulations to outgoing Ball Committee Chair Philippa Kennedy OBE who has overseen 10 events and is now stepping down.    

…and thanks to our sponsors

The London Press Club would like to thank the following organisations for their generous sponsorship of the 2013 Awards:      

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Networking evening photos

Our sponsor, Daryl Willcox Publishing, has posted photos of our recent Networking Evening with Katherine Whitehorn. They can be viewed here.

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