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INM editor and board member to step down

INM editor-in-chief Stephen Rae and INM board member Paul Connolly to quit media organisation

23rd May, 2018

Five days after its annual general meeting, Independent News and Media found itself in the headlines again. Media reports yesterday announced that Stephen Rae, editor-in-chief at the media organisation will step down from his position. Rae is expected to be replaced by Richard McClean, the current managing director of the Belfast Telegraph. McClean will be appointed head of publishing. The role of editor-in-chief will not be renewed.

In his role, Rae, who is from Kerry,...

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