Rebekah Brooks CEO News UK

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Rebekah Brooks was appointed Chief Executive of News UK in September 2015Rebekah joined the company in 1989 as a feature writer for the News of the World’s Sunday magazine and rose through the ranks to become Editor of The Sun in 2003, a role she held until July 2009. During this time The Sun extended its number one position in the popular sector in the UK, growing its share in both circulation and reach. Rebekah was the driving force behind a number of major military and domestic violence campaigns by The Sun, including support for the launch of Help for Heroes and spearheading the campaign that led to the introduction of ‘Sarah’s Law’. From 2009 to 2011, she served as Chief Executive of News International, during which time there was significant growth in newspaper operating profit, and The Times was a pioneer in paid-for digital subscriptions.

Returning as CEO in 2015, Rebekah reshaped The Sun’s online strategy, driving audience growth and oversaw the acquisition of Wireless – owner of national radio brands talkSPORT, talkRADIO and Virgin Radio – to build out the company’s audio capability.  Rebekah is a Director of News Group Newspapers and Times Newspapers, and a Non-Executive Director of PA Group, the parent company of the Press Association (PA). Born in Warrington, she attended the local comprehensive school and took her first job in journalism at the town’s newspaper, the Warrington Guardian.

News UK

We tell the stories that matter. Seed ideas and stir emotion. Capture moments, meaning and magic. Make sense of the world.

The Times

A faithful recorder of the times for more than 200 years. It is authoritative, credible, responsible, trusted and a part of the nation’s cultural heritage. A premium British brand, recognised the world over. But The Times is also a fast-moving, highly-creative, multi-channel media operation which has a long heritage of modernity, of being first, of breaking through, of creating change. It is an informer, an entertainer, a campaigner, an innovator and an agenda-setter that has always had the capacity to surprise. From William Howard Russell to Caitlin Moran. From hot lead to cold type. From Times New Roman to The Times on iPad. The Times possesses the unique ability to push boundaries, embrace new technologies but remember old traditions.

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The Sun is more than a newspaper. It is an instigator, an entertainer, a cultural reference point, a finger on the pulse, a daily relationship.Read by more than ten million readers in the UK every week, the country reaches for The Sun when they need to discover, debate, understand, decide, laugh, cry, act or fight. The people of Britain work hard for what they have and The Sun works hard to give them something memorable. That makes an impact, inspires a reaction, raises the pulse. It’s brave, bold and bawdy. Caring, clear and concise. The Sun makes life simpler, richer and more sensational. Every single day.


The leading international forum for literary culture. For more than a hundred years, the TLS has interpreted the work of the finest thinkers in the literary world. The TLS is unafraid of difficulty, challenges intellectual obscurity and brings light, clarity and reason where those qualities have never been needed more. The TLS “has no rivals”, says Le Monde. Its writers are critics and philosophers, historians and poets, interpreters, stimulators, inquirers, all of them arguing for their opinions in an age when opinion is too often delivered without justification of any kind. From ancient to modern, it brings the best current thinking to life, life in every word, on paper, on iPad, online.

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