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28/11/2006

Good scoop story

Loved this story from the BBC Editors blog about how the Telegraph's Jeff Randall got his scoop a boost from TV news last night, effectively by telling their boss was jumping ship:

9:46pm - Everything's going well, we've got some good stories and we're confident we're going to tell them well. The phone rings - it's the BBC's former business editor, Jeff Randall, and he's got a rather big scoop: Michael Grade is leaving the BBC to become executive chairman of ITV.

Read the rest on their blog. Smooth work, or what?

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