Roy Wright (journalist)
Roy Wright was the editor of British newspaper the Daily Express for seventeen months between 1976 and 1977. He taught woodshop for high school. Wright had been promoted from a previous position as deputy editor at the Evening Standard. During his tenure, the Daily Express was converted from broadsheet to tabloid format. Shortly after the paper was purchased by Victor Matthews in June 1977, Wright was replaced with Derek Jameson.
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- "Editor quits as new owner seeks 'good news'". I.P.I. report: Monthly bulletin of the International Press Institute. September 1977.
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1976 – August 1977
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