Davison leaves Northcliffe

Northcliffe's group editorial executive, Colin Davison, has left the company after being made redundant.

Northcliffe
is undergoing a senior management reshuffle which has seen a host of
new regional editorial directors placed around the country.

Davison
was previously managing director for Northcliffe's Cheltenham and
Gloucester operation before taking on a group-wide editorial role in
June 2005.

He was appointed editor of Northcliffe's Lincolnshire
Echo in 1983 and took over the editorship of the Western Morning News
in 1985 when Brian MacArthur was poached to edit Eddy Shah's Today
national newspaper.

Before joining Northcliffe, he was editor of the Lincoln Chronicle.

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