Birmingham Mail – Editor's Chair Blog – Jobs go at Birmingham Mail and sister papers…

Steve Dyson (Mail Editor)'s blog post on the Post & Mail re-invention has so far collected 63 comments, which to his credit he's responding to. It's a very interesting debate, although a unusual place to have it, as many of the commentors are staff. Proof that you can't hide anything these days, and a very useful read if you're interested in what goes on behind the scenes at your local papers. [link]

5 comments for “Birmingham Mail – Editor's Chair Blog – Jobs go at Birmingham Mail and sister papers…

  1. Samia
    29 December 2008 at 11:34 pm

    I would just like to say what a fantastic editor Steve Dyson is. He writes regularly in his blog to keep us all up to date, he has done fantastic work with the Birmingham Mail mobile site! He’s always one step ahead of the game! For example, I heard about a hospital radio presenter called Nathan Jolly being mentioned on BBC WM someone was saying how funny his writing was. The next day or so I went on the Birmingham Mail website and saw the same Nathan Jolly writing a regular weekly column on the website! Dyson knows exactly how to capitalize on popularity and now I see Nathan Jolly being recommended on the Birmingham Council website as saying he has done for the Birmingham Mail what Jamie Oliver has done for school dinners. So Steve Dyson has a good head on those shoulders!!

    Samia.

  2. 30 December 2008 at 12:28 am

    Samia, I’m glad you are enjoying Steve.

  3. 18 June 2009 at 3:54 pm

    Find good Shair data. These data are very valuable.

  4. chicago tanning
    5 January 2010 at 3:57 pm

    If your a blogger it is really important to interact with your commentators reply to the comments whether they are positive or not

  5. chicago tanning
    5 January 2010 at 3:57 pm

    If your a blogger it is really important to interact with your commentators reply to the comments whether they are positive or not

Comments are closed.