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Keighley News editor-in-chief to retire

By Staff

21st August 2012

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Editor-in-chief of the Keighley News, Malcolm Hoddy, is to retire in September.

Hoddy is currently editor-in-chief of the Keighley News, Ilkley Gazette and Wharfedale & Aireborough Observer

Hoddy started his career on the Pudsey News before leaving to join the Bradford-based Northern News Agency. After spells on Northern Counties News Agency and Newcastle Evening Chronicle and Journal, he joined the Telegraph & Argus as news editor, before becoming assistant editor and deputy editor at the title.

 

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