← back to all news November/December printed PJ available now Posted on Tuesday 27th November 2018   |   0 comments

Proud to say PJ has just completed its 60th year of publication. It was launched in July 1958 by the former Newspaper Society’s (now News Media Association) Technical Committe chairman Richard Crabtree, the managing director of the Birmingham Post & Mail, and one of only four editors since launch.

Issue number 452, a combined November/December 24 pager, is full of its usual news, views and features, including the latest on the Johnston Press pre-packaged deal to become JPIMEdia, and the expansion and diversfification of the New Milton Advertiser & Lymington Times.  

Gary Cullum reports on the build-up to newsawards 2019 and the new judging criteria for the hotly-contested printer of the Year accolades. And in his Editor’s Chair column he also applauds the pre-emptive active taken to save JP. Features editor Caryl Holland reports on the World Publishing and DCX Expos while Alan Geere reports from Cardiff, and the News Impact Summit where he learned about ‘Local News and Community Engaagement’.

And Archant Print director Clive Want – a busy, sport-loving family man and closet musician who plans to try his hand at the piano – is the subject of our 10pt Talking Point column. PJ also includes a special four page entry form with all the criteria for newsawards 2019.

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