Daily Mail Showbiz Editor-at-Large
The Daily Mail has named Sara Nathan as its new US showbiz editor-at-large. Sara will join the paper in October. She will also be the paper’s first showbiz editor-at-large. The newspaper also has Femail and Weekend, as well as a TV guide. Sara will move to New York City in October. Her replacement will be announced in due course.
Sara Nathan will become the paper’s first US showbiz editor at large
Sara Nathan is a UK journalist and editor who moved to New York in 2012. Before joining the Daily Mail, she worked as an executive editor at the People magazine. While at People, she revamped the magazine’s website. Her latest move will help the Daily Mail compete with US showbiz websites, where she previously worked.
Femail is a weekly magazine
Femail is a weekly showbiz magazine published in the Philippines. The publication covers the world of showbiz and entertainment in an entertaining and informative manner. Its main focus is on the upcoming releases in the entertainment industry. In addition, it includes previews of upcoming projects and news from the world of music and books.
Femail is published in English, Chinese, and Portuguese. It is published by the American Media, Inc. It is a weekly magazine that focuses on the showbiz world and is read by women around the world. It features celebrity gossip, scandalous photos, and the latest showbiz news. The magazine is available in print and digitally and is widely available. You can order a single copy or subscribe to a subscription. Current issues will be sent the same day (up to 3pm) by mail. Back issues, on the other hand, will be sent the next day after 3pm.
Weekend is a TV guide
Weekend is a TV guide for daily mail subscribers. It’ll feature a curated ‘On Demand’ service and a weekly television schedule. It’ll also feature the best soaps, sports and radio shows, podcasts and more. And its listings section will be comprehensive, with six pages per day covering the entire week.
Weekend is a tabloid
Weekend is a magazine in the Daily Mail showbiz series published by the Daily Mail. Launched in October 1993, it features a TV guide and is free with the Saturday edition of the newspaper. The magazine is published in newspaper style, and has a section dedicated to Freeview channels.
The Daily Mail is owned by the DMGT
The Daily Mail is owned by the Daily Mail and General Trust (DMGT), a company that has been publicly listed for 90 years. Last month, Rothermere, the biggest shareholder of the company, increased his bid for the newspaper to PS871m, or 270p per share. This was an increase of more than 6% on the offer last month and July. But there is a catch – Rothermere’s offer is only good for half of the shares, and the newspaper’s shareholders have until 16 December to accept it or reject it.
The Daily Mail and General Trust, or DMGT, is a British company that publishes daily newspapers. It is a traditional Conservative supporter, and owns a large number of newspapers, including free papers and national titles. The company also owns a number of smaller newspapers and has acquired the New Scientist and The i newspaper.