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The Weekend FT is to launch a 16-page full-colour tabloid, FT Money, on Saturday. It will contain news and interviews from the personal finance and investment sectors. The Enterprise page will move to the Companies and Markets section of the weekend paper. The editor is Andrew Gowers.

The Guardian's media business writer Cosima Marriner has been made editor of the new City Diary as part of last week's 'Berliner' revamp.

London's Evening Standard has been relaunched with a greater focus on arts, lifestyle and entertainment. An expanded City section includes columns by former Daily Telegraph City editor Neil Collins. Elsewhere, new columnists include Jonathan Freedland, Johann Hari, Simon Singh and Hannah Pool. The paper's editor is Veronica Wadley.

The Daily Telegraph news editor Richard Preston has been made home editor, replaced by Michael Smith. BBC business editor Jeff Randall and Daily Mail political writer Simon Heffer are to join the paper, each contributing two columns a week. Executive editor Neil Darbyshire and business editor William Lewis have been made joint deputy editors, replacing the single role held by Sarah Sands.

Insurance trade weekly Post Magazine has promoted senior reporter Guy Anker to the newly created role of chief reporter. Meanwhile, senior reporter Stephanie Denton has been made supplements editor at the Incisive Media title.

Rod Stanley has become senior editor of Dazed & Confused. Editor Callum McGeoch is to oversee biannual men's fashion title Another Man, which launches next month. The editor-in-chief of both titles is Jefferson Hack.

Sarah Edwards has been appointed as editor of IPC Connect's weekly Woman, joining on 3 October. Most recently launch editor of Reveal for ACP-NatMags, Edwards has also been acting editor of H Bauer's real-life weekly That's Life!. She replaces Woman acting editor Lori Miles.

Jon Beazley, BBC executive editor of mainstream entertainment commissioning, has been made acting controller of entertainment commissioning. The move follows incumbent Jane Lush's decision to start her own production company with Fenia Vardanis, executive editor of BBC format entertainment.

The BBC's 6 Music has signed DJ Nemone from Radio 1. She will present the three-hour Dream Ticket slot from 10pm, Monday to Thursday, from next month. Nemone replaces Jane Gazzo and reports to Lesley Douglas, the controller of Radio 2 and 6 Music.

Online Gambler, Future Publishing's gambling magazine, is to publish a digital version. One million covermounted CDs and DVDs containing the digital magazine will be distributed via other Future titles. The editor is Ian Harris.

BBCi is to launch radio programme-related editorial on digital terrestrial television this month. Listeners to BBC digital radio stations through Freeview will be able to browse the interactive content, allowing them to read news, sport and weather headlines while listening to shows. Simon Nelson is controller of BBC Radio & Music Interactive. Rahul Chakkara is controller of BBCi.

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