Lloyd Embley

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Lloyd Embley (born 16 March 1966, Birmingham) is a British former newspaper editor.

Embley attended Malvern College, a public school, and later entered journalism, working at the Daily Mirror. He served as Assistant Night Editor from 1999, Night Editor from 2001, and then Assistant Editor from 2004, before his appointment as Editor of The People in 2008.[1] In May 2012, following the sacking of Richard Wallace and Tina Weaver, he was named as editor of both the Daily Mirror and the Sunday Mirror.[2] In October 2012, as part of a restructuring of the parent company Trinity Mirror, he was promoted to editor-in-chief of the group.[3]

In September 2017, Embley was placed at number 79 on commentator Iain Dale's list of 'The 100 Most Influential People on the Left'.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "EMBLEY, Lloyd William", Who's Who
  2. ^ "Daily Mirror and Sunday Mirror editors lose their jobs", BBC News, 30 May 2012
  3. ^ Mark Sweney. "Trinity Mirror promotes Lloyd Embley to editor-in-chief role." guardian.co.uk. 22 October 2012.
  4. ^ Dale, Iain (25 September 2017). "The 100 Most Influential People On The Left: Iain Dale's 2017 List". LBC. Retrieved 31 October 2017.
Media offices
Preceded by
Mark Thomas
Editor of The People
2008–2012
Succeeded by
James Scott
Preceded by
Richard Wallace
Editor of the Daily Mirror
2012–2016
Succeeded by
Peter Willis
Preceded by
Tina Weaver
Editor of the Sunday Mirror
2012–2016
Succeeded by
Peter Willis