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Laurie House, Colyear Street, Derby, DE1 1ES

T: 01332 895994 E: W:

HoldtheFrontPage is a website aimed at UK journalists, journalism students and PR professionals and carries a wide selection of journalism and PR roles alongside the latest industry news.

First launched in February 2000, it has established itself as one of the top media recruitment websites in the UK and is widely used by journalists looking for new opportunities - including making the move into public relations.

With around 63,000 unique users a month, more than 9,000 registered jobseekers and more than 19,000 followers on Twitter, our job listings are sure to reach a wide audience.

In addition, our daily email bulletin listing all the latest vacancies goes out to more than 3,000 subscribers each morning.

As well as working journalists, editors and publishers, our readership includes student journalists, public relations and marketing professionals, journalism trainers and trade bodies.

Our jobs board enables jobseekers to search vacancies by category (eg senior reporters, specialist reporters) sector (eg regional media, specialist media) and by UK region, as well as by job title and keyword.

Our social media channels play an increasingly important role in driving our traffic growth and all jobs are automatically posted on our Twitter channel @journalism_news and our Facebook page.

And our Worldpay payment gateway enables all job postings and payments to be handled online, although you can also request to pay by invoice or email us directly.

Listings start at £175 + VAT for one week, with a premium package of £375 + VAT for up to eight weeks. All premium listings feature on our homepage for the duration of the advert. 

More details of our rates and how to advertise with us can be found here.


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