Andreas Andersson. Photo: PressAndreas Andersson. Photo: Press

Smashdig briefing Dec. 15: GT appoints new managing editor

Publicerad: 15 December 2015, kl. 15:00

Smashdig has compiled a list of some of the day's most important media stories.

Adam Jönsson
 

TT collaborates with Bonnier Business Media
The Swedish news agency TT Nyhetsbyrån has struck a deal with Bonnier Business Media to edit Veckans Affärer and an additional five titles, according to a press release.

GT appoints new managing editor
Evening paper GT has appointed Andreas Andersson as new managing editor. Andersson leaves his job at Expressen. He will assume his new role in February, according to a press release.

Viking Line hires new information officer
Shipping company Viking Line has appointed Eleonora Hansi as new information officer, according to a press release. Hansi leaves her job at PR firm Agency.

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