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Cudlipp

Hugh, Baron. 1913--98, British newspaper editor, a pioneer of tabloid journalism: editorial director of the Daily Mirror (1952--63)
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Thankfully, no, though in the past newspapers have used market research to establish the kind of stories people did and didn't read (concluding, for example, that the postwar London-based 's readership preferred stories about dogs to those about cats, or perhaps vice versa, according to the late Hugh Cudlipp. The process is governed instead by editorial instinct, where the hierarchy of news is decided by what editors find interesting and important and believe will match their audiences' expectations of the same.
The dentures, which were sold by the son of dental technician Derek Cudlipp, who had made them for Churchill, were expected to fetch a maximum of 5,000 pounds at the Keys in Aylsham sale on 29 July.
It was specifically designed to disguise the ex-premier's lisp so that his speech would be enhanced, said Nigel Cudlipp, the son of the dental technician who made the teeth.
Three years later he produced a number of caricatures as illustrations to Bouverie Ballads (1955), a collection of topical comic verses by Percy Cudlipp (then editor of the Daily Herald), which were originally published in the News Chronicle and Punch.
83, 84-85 (2002) (explaining that athletes generally use steroids in cycles of six to twelve weeks); Chris Street, Jose Antonio & David Cudlipp, Androgen Use by Athletes: A Reevaluation of the Health Risks, 21 CANADIAN J.
Det Insp John Cudlipp, who led the investigation, said: "They came across a number of English persons and a number of Dutch.
Also from Pimlico we have: Ruth Dudley Edwards' Newspapermen: Hugh Cudlipp, Cecil Harmsworth King and the Glory Days of Fleet Street ([pounds sterling]12.50), a fascinating story of two of the greatest figures in twentieth-century British journalism; Sir Roy Strong's The Arts in Britain: A History ([pounds sterling]9.99), first published in 1999; and Jeremy Lewis's enjoyable biography of the great eighteenth-century poet, novelist and travel writer, Tobias Smollett ([pounds sterling]8.99).
Others include singer and actress Tessie O'Shea (1913-95), rug by player Clem Thomas (1929-196) and journalist/publisher Hugh Cudlipp (1913-98).
The nomination for the Hugh Cudlipp Award for excellence in tabloid journalism means our campaign is in line for three newspaper "Oscars".
Although the long-term effects of use are currently unknown, short-term anabolic steroid use has been associated with liver disease, altered blood lipids, infertility, increased risk of injury, suicide, homicide, heart attack, and cancer (Brower, 1998; Street, Antonio, & Cudlipp, 1996).
Acknowledgments: I am grateful for the help and support received from the Director of the History of Advertising Trust (HAT), Michael Cudlipp and the Archive Manager there, Margaret Garrod.