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September 24 2010


MediaGuardian: Will Lewis brings former Telegraph lieutenants to News International

Will Lewis will be joined at News International by former “key lieutenants” Chris Lloyd and Rhidian Wynn Davies next week, reports MediaGuardian.

Lloyd will be director of editorial operations, while Wynn Davies will be director of editorial development.

Lewis brought the pair to Telegraph Media Group and all three were involved with the move to an integrated newsroom in Victoria and the digital project Euston Partners. Lloyd and Wynn Davies left TMG shortly after Lewis earlier this year.

Full story on MediaGuardian.co.uk at this link…Similar Posts:

May 06 2010


MediaGuardian: Will Lewis ‘pushed out’ of Telegraph Media Group

Will Lewis is no longer editor in chief and managing director  of the Telegraph. The Guardian had the story last night:

Will Lewis has been pushed out of the Telegraph Media Group after a disagreement with chief executive Murdoch MacLennan over the future direction of the publisher, MediaGuardian.co.uk can reveal.

The shock departure comes just a month after Lewis, editor in chief and managing director, digital, accepted the newspaper of the year prize at the British Press Awards for the Telegraph’s expenses expose. The Telegraph dominated the 2010 awards, winning six for its MPs’ expenses coverage.

Full story at this link…

Meanwhile over at Beehive City, Dan Sabbagh speculates it won’t be the last we’ve seen of Lewis:

As for Lewis, he’ll be back soon enough – hacks were last night already putting him down as a possible future editor of The Sunday Times, given friendly relations with the likes of Rebekah Brooks over at News International. Lewis, himself, though, may hanker after a commercial job. Either way, it’d be interesting to find out which election parties he turns up to tonight.

The oddly timed departure also follows media speculation about the fate of Lewis’ ‘Euston project’ – the Telegraph’s mysterious digital enterprise.

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November 06 2009




I had been this week in Madrid to speak in an international seminar organized by El Mundo during its 20 Anniversary celebration.

Among other speakers were Robert Thompson (Wall Street Journal), Will Lewis (The Daily Telegraph), Pedro J. Ramirez (El Mundo), Ben Macintyre (The Times), Giorgio Valerio (RCS), Antonio Fernandez Galiano (Unedisa) and Martim Figueiredo (i-Sojornal).

This was my interview published in El Mundo this Wednesday

Interview EL MUNDO

(In the above picture, the King of Spain and Will Lewis during the El Mundo Awards ceremony where The Daily Telegraph was honored for its coverage of the MP’s expenses scandal)

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