SPORTSBEAT LONDON

Sportsbeat
247 The Broadway
London
SW19 1SD

Newsdesk: +44 (0)20 3026 3780

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SPORTSBEAT MANCHESTER

Sportsbeat
Carlton House
16-18 Albert Square
Manchester, M2 5PE

Newsdesk: +44 (0)161 710 3910 

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Working at Sportsbeat

Click here to see our current job vacancies.

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Also visit our dedicated broadcast site – www.sportsbeatvideo.co.uk

General Emails

For senior staff details, click here. All staff emails are the initial of the individual’s first name followed by their family name, followed by @sportsbeat.co.uk. For example, Jane Smith would be jsmith@sportsbeat.co.uk.

For news tips, filing copy and press releases

editors@sportsbeat.co.uk

Journalists filing copy via email should send their work pasted into the body of their email. ALWAYS call our news desk on 0203 026 3780 to make sure ORDERED copy has arrived.

Work placements

We try to accommodate work placement requests but demand always exceeds supply. To take up a work experience place you must be a minimum of 18 years of age and studying, or have a place to study, at an NCTJ accredited journalism school.

However, please note, preference will always be given to trainees studying on courses provided by our partner News Associates. Please email deputy editor Luke Baker – lbaker@sportsbeat.co.uk – for more information.

Winning team: Head of journalism (Manchester) Andrew Greaves, deputy head of journalism Holly Manj, managing editor James Toney, head of journalism training Rachel Bull and Graham Dudman, chairman, editorial advisory board after we were named the UK's number one journalism course by the National Council for the Training of Journalists.
Winning team: Head of journalism (Manchester) Andrew Greaves, deputy head of journalism Holly Manj, managing editor James Toney, head of journalism training Rachel Bull and Graham Dudman, chairman, editorial advisory board after we were named the UK’s number one journalism course by the National Council for the Training of Journalists.

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