Read all about it! Sarah Sands, the new editor of The Sunday Telegraph, ex-associate editor of The Evening Standard, author and broadcaster for BBC2's Newsnight Review joins EPWN-London on Sept 13 to talk about newspapers and women. Time was newspapers were the private preserve of men, written by men,largely for men. There's no question things have changed a lot in Fleet Street, from women-friendly supplements to the number of female editors - and at the Mirror Group their first female chief executive.
But are women getting what they really want from newspapers? What is it like for women working newspapers? And what is the difference between a headline that works for a female reader and one that works for a male reader?
Come and find out what Sarah Sands thinks about newspapers today, her plans for The Sunday Telegraph and her thoughts on how women connect with media. In tabloid-speak: Exclusive!!!!! to EPWN-London