Mark Frith is an award-winning British Journalist and Editor. He began his career at Smash Hits magazine and became editor at the age of 23. He then edited Sky Magazine and took charge at Heat in 2000, taking it’s sales from 50,000 to over half a million a week.
In his ten years at Heat, he won nine major magazine industry awards including, in 2005, the Mark Boxer Award for outstanding achievement in magazines.
In July 2009, Mark Frith became editor of the legendary London magazine Time Out, increasing it’s news-stand sales for the first time in 17 years and winning further industry accolades, most notably PPA International Magazine Of The Year in 2010 and 2011.
As a broadcaster, Mark presented the BBC’s Liquid News for a year and is now a regular contributor to Radio Four’s Front Row and Radio Two’s Steve Wright In The Afternoon.
But it is Mark’s appearances on the BBC’s hit show ‘The Apprentice: You’re Fired’ that have shown him in a whole new light. His advice to budding entrepreneurs, always delivered in Mark’s trademark insightful, patient and thoughtful way, have led to him becoming an in-demand awards host and facilitator at business conferences in the UK and abroad.
As well as being an award-winning editor, conference host and TV face, Mark’s book ‘The Celeb Diaries: The Sensational Inside Story Of The Celebrity Decade’ became a Sunday Times Top Ten best-seller upon it’s release in late 2008.
Mark Frith is available for awards hosting, conference facilitating and interviewing opportunities.