The Field, the monthly country pursuits title founded in 1853, has been redesigned with a new look from 15 April. Editor-in-chief is Jonathan Young. The website for the magazine, thefield.co.uk, has also been redesigned.
The Financial Times has promoted markets editor Deborah Hargreaves to financial editor and assistant editor with responsibility for the Companies & Markets section. She replaces Jane Fuller, who has taken a senior writing role, on 17 May.
Ex-Jaunt editor Tammy Butt will edit Celebrity Living, the new magazine from IPC Southbank, which launches on 20 May and is expected to go monthly after its next issue in July.
Caspian Publishing has appointed Martin Essex as editor of Real Deals. He was formerly senior economist at consultancy Capital Economics. Kimberly Romaine has also joined as editor of the magazine’s Done Deals section.
Charlie Porter, associate editor at GQ, is to write about men’s fashion for his former employers at The Guardian’s Weekend magazine, while Dominic Murphy is to pen a monthly page on ethical shopping.
Zee, a magazine for subscribers to Hindi/English broadcast network Zee TV, is to be launched in June by Profile Pursuit. The quarterly lifestyle title will feature interviews with Asians working in sectors such as entertainment and fashion. The editor is Brigit Grant.
Arena has created an eight-page careers and business life section called Black Collar Worker for readers in creative sectors who tend to work non-traditional hours. It will be overseen by GQ deputy editor William Drew.
Care and Health has gone weekly. The magazine launched as a newsletter three years ago. Marcia White is managing editor.
Emma Barker has been made ITV London controller of regional programmes, responsible for all non-news programming for the capital. She was formerly Carlton regional programmes head.
Renee Buchanan has been promoted to producer of Capital Ideas, the weekly business feature programme from CNBC Europe.
Marcus Dewsnap is to be producer on the broadcaster’s early morning show Today’s Business.
Five has appointed Ian Dunkley as deputy commissioning editor of factual entertainment. He will work with the department’s head Steve Gowans.
Newsnight editor George Entwistle has been made executive editor of the BBC’s new topical arts unit. He reports to Mark Harrison, creative director of BBC Arts.
Channel 4 is to launch Shariah TV, a weekly hour-long discussion show on Tuesdays covering Muslim issues, at the end of the month. Topics covered will include family, commerce, faith and culture. The show’s producer is Jackie Andrews.
David Callaghan, ex-editor of communitycare.co.uk, has become editor of SocietyGuardian.co.uk. Meanwhile, Guardian Unlimited has made Sean Ingle sports editor.
Peter Felstead has been appointed editor of Jane’s Defence Weekly with a brief to develop the magazine’s online presence at janes.com and services such as data feeds to subscriber intranets. Felstead, former web content managing editor across the Jane’s group, replaces Clifford Beal.
The Press Association is to expand its news provision in Ireland by opening a bureau in Dublin next month. It will provide gaelic sports information to websites and mobile phones. PA editor is Jonathan Grun.