January 29th, 2013

Media Movements: Telegraph Head of Business Moves On

The Telegraph has a new head of business. Tim Jotischsky, deputy editor of the paper’s Sunday outfit, comes in to replace Damian Reece.

A Telegraph insider whispers to Media Guido that the circumstances around Reece’s departure are, as of yet, unknown, ‘but he doesn’t work here any more’.

UPDATE: Jotischsky keeps his position on the Sunday paper as well.


9 Comments

  1. 1
    I am not living a lie for a violating, bullying, exploitive lying and a thoroughly nasty Brown tvrd says:

    Don’t slam the door on your arse on the way out!

  2. 2
    Rip Van Winkle says:

    Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

  3. 3
    Sungei Patani says:

    What a boring trivial piece of information.

    Guido – you must try harder.

  4. 4
    Diane Abbotapotamus says:

    This is worse than my Twitter feed !

  5. 5
    Digital Tumbleweed says:

    ‘Sound of wind blowing, and bird in distance crawing’

  6. 6
    Tmbleweed is more interesting says:

  7. 7
    dave says:

    now that was more interesting

  8. 8

    Dangerous to wear trousers when watching.

  9. 9
    SORT says:

    Why not cover David Ross and what is happening to Cosalt shareholders instead? Mark Bolland, Harbottle & Lewis, shutting down bulletin boards, (see “LSE CSLT”) deleting posts against online news items – it’s all there and far more interesting.


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