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60 jobs created at The Telegraph

The Telegraph is investing in 60 new jobs in its newsroom after deciding to bring its journalism back in-house.

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The Telegraph has decided to bring its journalism back in-house

The news comes just four years after the Group decided to outsource production work to PA in 2016. The decision to bring all journalism back in-house is in line with the Group’s subscription-first strategy.

A recent audit by PwC reports The Telegraph experienced record subscription figures at the start of 2021.
Subscriptions to the newspaper have reached 594,324 subscriptions across print and digital, including 16,231 net new subscriptions in March alone.

According to the audit, the government’s announcement of the roadmap out of lockdown saw the second highest ever day for subscriber visits.

Telegraph Media Group (TMG) remains focused on a subscriber-first strategy underpinned by long term investment in The Telegraph’s digital transformation

Readers were also interested in other topics relating to the roadmap such as education, travel, and other changes to lockdown. The EU vaccine row and an interview with Health Secretary Matt Hancock saw high subscriber engagement, too.

Following the recent boom in subscribers, The Telegraph¸ says: “Telegraph Media Group (TMG) remains focused on a subscriber-first strategy underpinned by long term investment in The Telegraph’s digital transformation: the numbers that reflect the success of our business are our subscriber numbers.”

The Group has set out a 10-1-21 strategy in which it aims to reach 10 million registrants and 1 million subscribers by 2023.

The jobs up for grabs include digital edition content editor, audio producer, newsroom innovation editor, newsletter editor, social media editor, and a community editorial assistant.

If you have any news, please email carys@linkpublishing.co.uk or join in with the conversation on Twitter and LinkedIn.


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