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Who's in charge at the Morning Advertiser?

Changes at the top

By Ed Bedington

In a management reshuffle at William Reed, Lorraine Hendle, managing director for retail and manufacturing which includes several brands including The Grocer, will now welcome The Morning Advertiser and Big Hospitality brands into the division.

Metered access: Users will be asked to give their email address and basic industry-specific demographics after consuming a certain number of articles within 30 days

Morning Advertiser update

The Morning Advertiser website is changing

By Chris Lowe, publisher, The Morning Advertiser

Like many of the biggest media websites that have put journalism at the forefront of their strategy, we are implementing something called metered access – meaning users will be asked to register after consuming a certain number of articles within 30 days.

Future: The MA will focus on its growing online audience as well as F2F events

Morning Advertiser update

The MA's digital future

By Chris Lowe, Morning Advertiser Publisher

All of us have had to adapt our personal and business lives in ways we have never experienced before – and in its 226 years, The MA has lived through two world wars, several financial collapses and various revolutions.

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Britain’s greatest pub owner guest edits The Morning Advertiser

By Nicholas Robinson

In celebration of the great British pub, The Morning Advertiser (MA) has commissioned Heath Ball, Pub of the Year winner at the Great British Pub Awards 2018, to edit the current issue of the magazine – which is out this week.

Enterprising: Mr Miggins launched a successful pub business in the 1800s

MA at 225

‘We started selling beer from our living room and now we have a pub’

By Nicholas Robinson

Minnie Miggins and her husband Frank launched London’s Old Moon in the 1830s. While recent changes in law have thrown a few hurdles in the way of the business, new styles of beer and increasing footfall have seen things go from strength to strength.

Challenging high rents: what options are available to licensees who find their rent unsustainable?

How can licensees tackle high rent?

By Stuart Stone

The Morning Advertiser sought advice from Slater and Gordon lawyers on where licensees stood when it came to challenging high rent.

December 2016 pub openings

Openings

December 2016 pub openings

By Nikkie Sutton

The Morning Advertiser takes a look at new openings and pub facelifts in the last month of 2016.