Thursday 2 June 2016
30 Euston Square, London, NW1
Rhodri Phillips, city editor at The Sun will be joining an exclusive conversation with Gorkana on 2 June.
The Sun is Britain’s most popular tabloid newspaper with a circulation of 1,739,206 copies* and a readership of 4.4 million people**, while having dropped its online paywall last November it is again building up its digital audience.
Its long-running City page offers a condensed take on major business and financial stories and tends to focus on the successes and failures of well-known consumer brands and retailers.
The Sun’s characteristically irreverent take on the subject has included a former City editor, Steve Hawkes, writing about applying for the job of governor of the Bank of England.
Other Sun City alumni include David Yelland, who went on to edit the paper and then to forge a high-level career in PR at agencies including Brunswick.
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