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Newspaper news from 24 September 2009

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School Pics to Make Edinburgh Evening News Biggest in Living Memory (allmediascotland - Spike)
An established, popular feature of local newspapers is being deployed by the Edinburgh Evening News to make today's edition the biggest in living memo...
Editorial job losses at Express Newspapers reduced from 70 following union talks (Journalism.co.uk)
As reported on Journalism.co.uk in August, Northern & Shell, owners of Express Newspapers and OK!
Will the New Statesman revamp work? (Media Guardian)
The New Statesman is aiming for nuance – but that may not be the right thing for a magazine with newsstand sales of 4,656Is the New Statesman ir...
Mail Online keeps top spot amid summer slowdown (Media Guardian)
Mail site's 28.6m users is down nearly 4% on July, but up nearly 65% year on year, while guardian.co.uk stays secondMail Online shed more than 1 milli...
Frank Branston (Media Guardian)
Crusading journalist who launched successful freesheetFrank Branston, who has died aged 70, was an unusual figure in British journalism.
13.2 jobs could go at Trinity Mirror’s Media Wales; NUJ members to hold strike ballot (Journalism.co.uk)
A plan to cut 13.2 jobs at Media Wales, a Trinity Mirror-owned subsidiary, was announced this afternoon without the  guarantee of no compulsory redundancies.
Daily Mail and Evening Standard pay damages to London police commander (Media Guardian)
Metropolitan police commander Ali Dizaei receives apology and 'substantial' payout from Daily Mail and Evening StandardThe Daily Mail and London Eveni...
Question Time couldn't happen in US (Media Guardian)
On its 30th anniversary, Question Time editor Ed Harvard celebrates the show's capacity for putting politicians on the spotThere is something very British about Question Time.
Lord Madelson questions Magna's plans for Vauxhall (Daily Telegraph)
Britain has questioned the viability of Magna International's plan to buy General Motors' European arm Opel in a letter to European competition ch...
Express Newspapers reduces number of proposed redundancies (Media Guardian)
Newspaper group cuts number of staff it wants to make redundant from 90 to 75Express Newspapers has reduced the number of staff that it wants to make ...
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