All the big movements in the press and media industries in the past week.
Dominic Mohan, who recently left the Sun editorship to become a consultant for News Corporation, is reportedly moving towards severing ties with the Murdoch in a £2m payoff. (Source: MediaGuardian)
Veteran broadcaster David Jacobs, one of the BBC’s longest-serving DJs, is retiring due to health reasons. The 87-year-old, one of the four original presenters of Top of the Pops, will present his weekly Radio 2 show for the last time next month. (Source: MediaGuardian)
Nate Silver, known as “the top forecaster in American politics”, has left the New York Times to take his “dream job” with ESPN as a statistical sports analyst. The 35-year-old will continue covering politics for ABC News, which shares a corporate parent, Disney, with ESPN. (Source: MediaGuardian)
John Bowd has been promoted from foreign editor to news editor at the Independent. His previous position is being taken by Jersusalem correspondent Alistair Dawber. (Source: Press Gazette)
Sky News presenter and Telegraph columnist Jeff Randall has said he is going to step back from both roles next year to go part-time. (Link: Press Gazette)