Dyson bags Evening Mail job

By Dominic Ponsford
 
Editor of the Evening Gazette in Middlesbrough Steve Dyson has been given the top job at the Birmingham Evening Mail.
 
Both titles are owned by Trinity Mirror
which gave former Evening Mail editor Roger Borrell his marching orders
after a disastrous set of sales figures in March.  Sales for the
last six months of 2004 were down 10.5 per cent to 96,143.
 
Contrastingly,
Dyson’s Evening Gazette has been the only big
metropolitan evening title to put on sales in recent years. In the
last round of ABCs it was up 0.5 per cent to 58,446.  
 
Dyson’s CV:
  
 
Born : March 5 1968, Birmingham
Married with three children
 
Editor, Evening Gazette : June 2002 to present
 
Evening Mail, Birmingham : July 1994 to May 2002,
industrial correspondent, deputy news editor, features editor, head of
news , chief assistant editor and then deputy editor. Worked with Ian
Dowell from 1994 to 2000 then Roger Borrell
 
Sunday Mercury, Birmingham : senior reporter, July 1993 to July 1994
 
Metro News, Birmingham : (free weekly, previously the free Daily News): reporter, May 1992 to July 1993
 
Caters News Agency , Birmingham : April 1991 to May 1992
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