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Panpa Bulletin : November December 2006
40 | PANPA BULLETIN November--December 2006 CONTENT Nick Cater Paul Whittaker Michael Stutchbury has been replaced as editor of News Limited's broad- sheet national flagship, The Australian, after five-and-a-half years in the role. He has been appointed deputy to the editor- in-chief (business). Stutchbury's job will now be shared by Nick Cater, who has been deputy editor(weekend) and Paul Whittaker, previously deputy editor (news). The changes were announced in an e-mail sent to staff by edi- tor-in-chief Chris Mitchell saying Stutchbury would oversee and develop The Australian's busi- ness content and strategy and lift the paper's online business credentials. Stutchbury originally joined The Australian in September 1998 as deputy editor (business), when he was given the task of improving the business sec- tion by the then editor-in-chief, David Armstrong. Previously, he had spent 15 years at The Australian Financial Review, where he had been a deputy editor. He was the main editorial writer of Fairfax's busi- ness daily, responsible for the opinion page. Prior to that he had been Washington correspondent and economics editor. "Michael's new role represents a determined push to translate the challenge and opportunities of today's media environment into a new growth phase of the paper," said Chris Mitchell's staff e-mail, which was picked up by AAP. "This is a crucial new role and signals the paper's commitment to taking on the Fairfax papers in business, including new publica- tions, online and on television." The only indication of the ma- jor change in editorial direction given to readers of The Australian was made through its regular Page Two panel logging the editorial hierarchy. That listing, formerly headed by Mitchell and Stutchbury, and deputy editor Graham Erbacher, executive editor Deborah Jones and managing editor Martin Beesley in the third, fourth and fifth spots, has been trimmed back from 12 to nine names. In the shorter listing, immedi- ately after Mitchell, now follow the names of Deborah Jones, Nick Cater and Paul Whitaker. Stutchbury's name appears in the number seven spot. Gone from the list are managing editor Martin Beesley and deputy editor (business), Matthew Stevens. It s musical big chairs at News Limited head o ce Michael Stutchbury MultiStack, the new stack turner from Ferag, brings every mailroom up to speed. MultiStack handles the high performance of upstream processes with ease. And it s extremely versatile and adaptable: selective pick up from two conveyor systems, series or parallel route processing on up to five MultiStacks, and odd or even copy counts thanks to offset 2:1 transport by the UTR grippers. All this with the simplest installation and comissioning. Whatever the configuration, with MultiStack bundles are always in top condition. Ferag. Performance, Progress, Value. MultiStack Tailor-made, versatile bundle formation. FERAG AUSTRALIA PTY. LTD. A WRH WALTER REIST HOLDING AG COMPANY SYDNEY OFFICE ALEXANDRIA, NSW 2015, PHONE +61 2 8337 9777, www.ferag-australia.com MELBOURNE OFFICE MOUNT WAVERLEY, VIC 3149, PHONE +61 3 9558 99 18