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PRESS
John Willman has been made UK business editor of the Financial Times. Formerly the paper's chief leader writer and associate editor, Willman replaces Jean Eaglesham, now chief political correspondent.

Square Mile Magazine, the monthly lifestyle title for City high earners, will publish a World Cup special issue in May. It will focus on the tournament's high-end corporate hospitality in Germany and the UK. Editorial deadline for the issue is 25 April. The editor is Matt Guarente and the publisher is Stephen Murphy. 

Hannah Bouckley has been appointed reviews editor of gadget title T3. Formerly staff writer on IPC's What Digital Camera?, she will be responsible for Rated, the magazine's reviews section, and its buyers' guide, Spend. She reports to editor James Beechinor-Collins.

Ben Reardon, assistant editor of style magazine i-D, has been promoted to editor. He replaces Glenn Waldron. Meanwhile, Simon Foxton has been made contributing fashion director. He will work with fashion director Edward Enninful and replaces Jamie Surman, who has resigned.

Customer publisher Spear Media has won contracts to produce four titles for the luxury market. They include Aspinalls Magazine, for the Mayfair casino's members, and Historic Grand Prix Cars Association Magazine. The firm will also publish Spear's Wealth Management Survey (PRWeek, 13 January). Editorial is overseen by founder William Cash.

Julia Goodwin, editor of The National Magazine Company's Prima Baby, has been made editor of stablemate House Beautiful. She succeeds Kerryn Harper. Goodwin's deputy at Prima Baby, Elaine Griffiths, has been promoted to editor.

BROADCAST
Tim Cunningham, editor of Sky News Today, has been appointed head of network programmes at ITV News. He replaces Craig Oliver, who left earlier this year. Cunningham joined Sky News as a producer in 1999, before which he was deputy editor of Five News. Deborah Turness is editor of ITV News.

Entertainment controller at ITV Claudia Rosencrantz is leaving to join Flextech as director of programmes for Living TV and Living TV2. She replaces Richard Woolfe, who is to become director of programmes at BSkyB.

Tim Beech, assistant editor at BBC Radio Stoke, will start as managing editor of BBC Radio Shropshire next week. He replaces Tim Pemberton, now managing editor of BBC Radio Bristol.

NEW MEDIA
Channel 4 News is to offer mobile users four daily 90-second news updates and a clips package from the evening bulletin as part of the relaunch of website channel4.com/news. As well as presenter Jon Snow's daily email service, arts correspondent Nicholas Glass is to write an arts round-up.

The Wall Street Journal Online has launched LiveNews, a web function to provide automatic updates to its home page without users having to refresh the screen. Managing editor is Bill Grueskin.

Babyexpert.co.uk, a website devoted to pregnancy, birth, and baby and toddler care, will launch on 25 April. The site, a spin-off of Prima Baby, will feature 12 content channels, including product reviews, chat rooms and advice. Newly appointed magazine editor Elaine Griffiths will oversee the site.

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