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Dave Doyle

As seen in: Rotherham Advertiser
Covers:  courts, travel, news, business, bands, features, crime, charity, entertainment, politics, music, fire, police, unsigned
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✏ News reporter, health & arts correspondent @RotherhamTiser. Pro-people, pro-justice, pro-Rotherham! ✉ 01709 768163 or dave.doyle@rotherhamadvertiser.co.uk.

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I currently write for the Rotherham Advertiser, Rotherham Record and Dearne Valley Weekender covering Rotherham, some of Barnsley and parts of Doncaster.

I am taking a very active role in reporting on Rotherham's ongoing CSE scandal. I also report on everything from entertainment to crime news, b...

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@TiserDave — 700 followers, 4,768 tweets

Jul 25, 2017

Hello @SheffieldLyceum @crucibletheatre. Who's your press contact these days, please? Thank you!

Jul 25, 2017

J said: brb poisoning self 😉 R said: ffs no ill die 💔😭🗡️💀 J said: jk ffs - jus sleepin 😴💤 R said: k J said: then run away 🏃‍♀️🏃 R said: kk 👍 https://t.co/BPDez4YCC2

Jul 25, 2017

@imgur I think you mean "seals". *flies away*

Jul 24, 2017

@PeopleDancingUK Hello. I've sent you an email about membership; would you please DM so we can discuss the best option for my group? Thanks!

Jul 24, 2017

RT @TechnicallyRon: YOU KNOW YOURE A MILLENNIAL WHEN you are really tired all the time and also really broke and older generations blame everything on you

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What was your first job as a journalist?

Reading the traffic and travel news on radio stations Magic 999 and Magic 1152, Manchester.

Have you ever used a typewriter?

Only for writing love letters.

How is social media changing news?

Social media has changed wholesale the gathering of news, its presentation (e.g. Al Jazeera's The Stream) and the news agenda.


O2 Media Award (Highly Commended)

2013 - New Media
The Sneak Peek was shortlisted and "highly commended" at the O2 Yorkshire & Humber Media Awards 2013. It achieved joint second place, beaten by one project with its own dedicated editorial team and a starting budget of £2,000. A judging panel of journalists and news editors described The Sneak Peek as "unique" and credited it for targeting a young audience often forgotten by local newspapers.