Bradford Telegraph Argus and York Press editor to leave The longest serving regional daily editor in the UK is set to leave his role after almost a quarter coach factory online website of a century.
Perry Austin Clarke, left, has announced he is leaving the Bradford Telegraph Argus, which he has edited since 1992, and York daily The Press, which he took responsibility in 2014 after a restructure by parent company Newsquest which saw Steve Hughes depart. He became group editor of Newsquest (Bradford) in 2001, taking on additional responsibility for the Keighley News, Craven Herald, Ilkley Gazette and Wharfedale Observer, while the Gazette Herald, in Ryedale, was added to his portfolio in December 2014 when he was made group editor of Newsquest (Yorkshire). Perry, who is leaving to launch his own media business, is the third senior daily editor to leave Newsquest this year following the departures of Kevin Ward from the South Wales Argus and Ian Murray from the Southern Daily Echo. He will continue to be associated with the T writing for the coach outlet factory online store paper and working on some projects announcement has yet been made on his successor in either Bradford or York. Said Perry: I was asked to apply for the T job I was told to expect to do it for five years. But that's the effect Bradford has on people; it's a fantastic city with wonderfully open and generous residents but it also has more than its fair share of problems. makes every single day a challenge that sucks you in because you can always see the potential in Bradford even if those who gainsay it can't. So editorship of the T has been a fascinating and all consuming experience." T has raised millions of pounds for charity under his editorship, including buying Bradford Royal Infirmary's first MRI scanner and setting up a chair of cancer research at Bradford University which has already led to major advances in treatment. In 2015 16, the T helped raise another 1 million for a mass spectrometer to help bring new cancer drugs to the market more quickly. extremely proud of our many charity fund raising efforts, and I am particularly keen to use my experience to help local charities with my new venture. added: have worked over the years with many very fine, talented and totally committed journalists both in Bradford and York who have donated an incredible amount of effort and goodwill to producing the best possible newspaper and websites every day, often under very challenging conditions. managing director (North) David Coates said: would like to take this opportunity to thank Perry for his enormous contribution to the success of all our titles in both coach outlet handbags new 2013 Bradford and York over a long and distinguished career and wish him every success with his new venture.
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