Oldham Evening Chronicle’s Revolutionary Revival

Local radio station Revolution 96.2 buys the Oldham Evening Chronicle

Let’s go back to the 31 August: the Oldham Evening Chronicle had printed its last edition at Rhodes Bank. Hirst, Kidd, and Rennie, its long time parent company went into receivership. Till today its fate was in the hands of KPMG, its administrators. Continue reading “Oldham Evening Chronicle’s Revolutionary Revival”

The Oldham Times' first edition.

Inside The Oldham Times’ First Edition

East of the M60 looks at the first edition of The Oldham Times, the Lancashire town’s newest weekly title

On the 31 August, it was the end of an era as the Oldham Evening Chronicle printed its last edition. Its parent company, Hirst, Kidd, and Rennie, went into receivership. As well as its weekday daily newspaper, they also printed stationery. Their office on Rhodes Bank was also a bookshop and a booking office for the newspaper’s excursions. Continue reading “Inside The Oldham Times’ First Edition”