Friday's media moves

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We haven't done our usual Friday Media Moves for a while, so here's a quick round up of what's hapened in the world of technical journalism in the last couple of months:

Heather Ramsden is now in charge of editorial at Factory Equipment. After two years as assistant editor, she is taking over from Neil Mead who has been promoted to managing editor (Congratulations Neil!). Neil is also responsible for the Connecting Industry portfolio of ten industrial publications.

Simon Lott has left his position as associate editor at Aerospace Manufacturing. He has been succeeded by Ed Hill, who started working with the publication in April.

Location, location, location ... The lucky team at TechTarget UK has recently moved camp to new, bigger offices to cater for the company’s continued growth. All email addresses remain the same, but the editorial teams at Computer Weekly, Microscope and TechTarget can be reached at TechTarget Ltd, 1st Floor, 3-4a Little Portland Street, London, W1W 7JB.

Air Cargo Media has a new assitsant editor in the person of Thelma Etim. She joins the fortnightly newspaper Air Cargo News after working as a multimedia journalist at the BBC News Website. Thelma replaced Luke Buxton, who is now editor of Aspermont UK's Geodrilling International.

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