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A FORMER Lancashire Telegraph journalist, described by colleagues as ‘a man of integrity’, has died aged 66.
Ralph Marshall, who was the Burnley edition’s chief reporter for around 20 years before his retirement 10 years ago, had been unwell for some time.
In April 2015, the publication had a paid daily circulation of just over 18,000 copies.
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Former Telegraph assistant editor Keith Fort said: “He was a very professional operator and a very good reporter. He could tackle anything and I had a lot of time for him.” Mr Marshall grew up in Nelson and as well as attending Bradley Secondary Modern School he went on to study at Nelson and Colne College and then at Harris College, Preston, now the University of Central Lancashire.
He started his career at the Colne Times newspaper before moving to the Burnley Evening Star in the late 1960s.
From 1946 until the end of April 2004, a separate sports publication, The Pink, was printed every Saturday evening. In 2016, Coventry Telegraph launched a new weekly podcast, centred around goings on at Coventry City F. The headquarters for a significant period of the paper's history was at 157 Corporation Street, Coventry, CV1 1FP. In the 1970s, the Evening Telegraph had a regular consumer page called Watchdog, which was edited by Ken Burgess.
It provided coverage of sport from the Midlands, as well as national and international sport. The foundation stone was laid by the then proprietor, Lord Iliffe G. Subsequently, the BBC used the same name for what became its long-running Watchdog series.
It was known then as the Northern Daily Telegraph and it was the first evening newspaper to be published in East Lancashire.