From: Yinka Adegoke [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: 23 December 2005 12:02
This is a short note to let you know I’m leaving NMA early January after six exciting years chronicling the digital media industry.
I will still be covering the area with Reuters in New York from mid-January as part of the technology, media and telecoms team.
I wanted to take the opportunity to thank you for your help over the last few years. It’s been a pleasure working with you in London and I expect we might be working together again in the near future one way or another.
A leaving do date will soon be confirmed as well as any new contacts at NMA.
I’ll also soon confirm my new email address.
Many thanks again.
P.S: Oh yes, Merry Xmas and best of luck in 2006!
Deputy Editor, New Media Age
Dir Line: +44 (0) 207 970 4845/Mobile: +44(0)7730 426 761
50 Poland Street, London
A snippet in the media section of the Evening Standard a few weeks ago mentioned that Today (Eddie Shah’s homage to USA Today) is to be revived by News International in a bid to go head-to-head with The Express. I wonder how much fury pornographer-in-chief Richard Desmond will vent if this proves to be the case.
Don’t worry Richard if the newspaper business fails you can take your one-man reenactment of the Nuremberg Rally to the Edinburgh Fringe.