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British Journalism Review
''British Journalism Review'' is an opinionated quarterly journal covering the field of journalism. The journal's editor is Kim Fletcher who is supported by an editorial board of journalists and journalism academics. It was established in 1989 and is currently published by SAGE Publications on behalf of BJR Publishing. Abstracting and indexing ''British Journalism Review'' is abstracted and indexed in: * Academic Search, Academic Premier * ComIndex * Current Contents/Social and Behavioral Sciences * MasterFILE Premier * MLA International Bibliography * Social Sciences Citation Index * Zetoc See also * History of journalism in the United Kingdom External links

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Kim Fletcher
Kim Fletcher (born 17 September 1956) is a partner of the international corporate communications firm Brunswick, and a former journalist and newspaper editor. Educated at Heversham Grammar School, Westmorland, Hertford College, Oxford, where he read law, and University College, Cardiff, where he received a postgraduate diploma in journalism, Fletcher worked for various newspapers before being appointed news editor and then deputy editor of ''The Sunday Telegraph''. He left to become editor of ''The Independent on Sunday'' from 1998 to 1999, then returned to be Editorial Director of Hollinger's Telegraph New Media, the internet arm of Telegraph Group Limited, from 2000 to 2003 and Editorial Director of Telegraph Group Limited from 2003 to 2005. Kim Fletcher is author of ''The Journalist's Handbook'' ( Macmillan). He is married to the journalist Sarah Sands, former editor of the ''Today'' programme, and former editor of the ''Evening Standard'' and ''The Sunday Telegraph ...
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