Diogelir pob ffeil ddigidol am byth yn system rheoli asedau digidol cadarn Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru sydd wedi ei ehangu'n sylweddol i sicrhau bod cymaint â phosibl o le storio ar gyfer y project yma. You have to have a nose for news, you have to be able to communicate with people Judith Phillips, Daily Post columnist One person to witness that relentless change is Judith Phillips. . In 2013, the Post is a stand-alone north Wales paper printing two editions for north-east and north-west Wales, while its founding title back in Liverpool is now only a weekly sheet. North Wales Weekly News Newspaper Information The North Wales Weekly News is one of a group of newspapers published weekly in Llandudno and between all titles covering most of coastal North Wales. Its editorial offices are now in Llandudno Junction and are shared with its sister paper, the. Daily Post Owner s Editor Alison Gow Language English Headquarters Website The Daily Post is a daily newspaper for the North Wales region and Wales' best-selling regional newspaper.
It comes out on Thursdays. In 1902 it became the Colwyn Bay Weekly News, etc. You have to have a nose for news, you have to be able to communicate with people, and in print journalism you have to be able to to write a story that captures the reader's attention and imagination. As part of its changes, Trinity Mirror stopped publication of its free weekly newspaper, the Denbighshire Visitor, at Christmas. The basics though have never changed.
It was before the emergence of television as a force in journalism, and looking back that made a huge difference Derek Bellis, veteran journalist The original paper saw its birth at a time of revolution in the newspaper industry, as the government of the day under Lord Palmerston repealed the Stamp Act on 1 July 1855. The paper now covers the region with editions for north east and north west Wales. Sut y digidwyd y papurau newydd gwreiddiol? Dwy flynedd yn ddiweddarach ymddangosodd y Carmarthen Journal, ar gyfer darllenwyr yng Ngorllewin Cymru. Fifty-years later, the Mercury would merge with the Post, while the company under the leadership of Alexander Grigor Jeans had grown in stature and reputation launching its sister evening title the Liverpool Echo. Apart from the general edition, there are also local editions for Colwyn and for the Conwy Valley. Mae yr adnodd hefyd yn cynnwys rhai papurau newydd sydd wedi cael eu digido fel rhan o brosiect.
Image caption Tuesday, 27 March, 1945: David Lloyd George, the only Welshman to become prime minister, dies at his home in Llanystumdwy, Gwynedd Image caption Saturday, 23 November, 1963: John F Kennedy is shot dead in Dallas, Texas Image caption Friday, 22 October 1965: Protests over the flooding of the Bala village of Capel Celyn to create a drinking water reservoir for Liverpool Image caption Wednesday, 2 July, 1969: Prince Charles's investiture as the Prince of Wales in Caernarfon Castle Image caption Monday, 21 July, 1969: First man on the moon is celebrated Image caption Wednesday, 28 February 1990: Floods devastate the seaside town of Towyn - by now the Daily Post is a tabloid newspaper Image caption Monday, 1 September, 1997: The death of Princess Diana Image caption The modern Daily Post - as the 50,000th milestone is finally reached From the Crimea War to two world wars, Moon landings, John F Kennedy's assassination, and The Beatles in Bangor - the Daily Post has covered them all. Papurau Newydd Cymru Arlein Mae yn adnodd ar-lein di-dâl gan Lyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru lle gallwch ddarganfod miliynau o erthyglau o bapurau newydd hanesyddol o gasgliad cyfoethog y Llyfrgell. North Wales morning newspaper, the Daily Post, has launched two separate editions. The North Wales Weekly News is, as the name suggests, a weekly tabloid newspaper sold in central North Wales — along the coast from Llanfairfechan through Conwy, Llandudno, Colwyn Bay and Rhyl to Prestatyn, and inland as far as Bala and Ruthin. And while many still refer to it fondly as the Liverpool Daily Post, the newspaper has long cut the apron strings that tethered it to the Merseyside parent. We've launched an e-edition of the paper, so you can physically turn pages of a paper on your tablet, your iPad. We're going with the times and making sure that we are keeping up to speed with how people want to digest news.
Ar hyn o bryd mae Papurau Newydd Cymru Arlein yn caniatáu i chi chwilio a chael mynediad i dros 1,100,000 o dudalennau allan o dros 120 o gyhoeddiadau papur newydd yn gyffredinol i fyny at 1910. His intention was clear - to undercut the Liverpool paper of the time, the Mercury, by producing the very first one-penny regional newspaper in Britain. Bu'r tîm paratoi yn cofnodi rhifau'r rhifynnau a'r tudalennau metadata cyn eu trosglwyddo i'r tîm digido ar gyfer sganio. In the case of the Post the answer appears to be: Fight fire with fire. If we don't adapt to that then we are going to find ourselves in a lot of trouble. Meanwhile, rival station Red Dragon has announced it was being renamed as part of the Capital network of big city stations.
I'll say it was challenging, and you had to be alert. People relied on the printed word. The Jeans family held control of the Post as its company continued to expand into an international brand, and it was in the 1950s that veteran north Wales reporter Derek Bellis became a rookie reporter at the paper. Image caption The Trinity Mirror-owned Daily Post is more than 150 years old. From Thursday, it publishes editions covering Denbighshire, Flintshire and Wrexham and another covering Anglesey, Gwynedd and Conwy. Everybody believes what they read in that newspaper'. It was a wonderful training ground, and some very famous journalists passed through that newsroom.
Editor Rob Irvine said the decision was taken after readers, surveyed last year, said they wanted more local news. Efallai y bydd gennych ddiddordeb hefyd yn , gwefan sy'n rhoi mynediad i dros 1,200,000 o dudalennau o dros 475 o gylchgronau a gyhoeddwyd rhwng 1735 a 2006. Much of the material published is shared between a number of other titles but with the addition of some local material relevant to each specific title. Spanning three centuries, the Daily Post is now the undisputed regional daily paper for north Wales. It comes after its rival Leader newspaper, which covers north east Wales, changed from an evening to a morning paper last year. It was based on Vale Road, , from 2001—2017. And now the newspaper that was brought to life in a small printer's shop in Liverpool almost 160 years ago is celebrating a stunning milestone - its 50,000th edition.
And, this week, commercial station Real Radio expanded to cover the whole of Wales. The newspaper gained independence from the in 2003 which later ceased production in December 2013. Quick to seize the moment, Liverpool entrepreneur Michael James Whitty brought out the very first edition of the Daily Post, hastily drawn up at a printer's shop in Lord Street in the city. Seren Gomer oedd y papur wythnosol cyntaf Cymraeg ei iaith, a gychwynnwyd gan Joseph Harris ym 1814. The changes to the Post come as Real Radio expanded its service to cover the whole of Wales.