Alan Rusbridger

editor the guardian

Born in Zambia, the editor of The Guardian, Alan Rusbridger, began his career in journalism training as a reporter at the Cambridge Evening News. Rusbridger first joined The Guardian in 1979 and worked as a reporter, columnist and feature writer for seven years. After roles as a TV critic for The Observer and Washington correspondent at the London Daily News, Rusbridger returned to The Guardian as features editor and became editor in 1995. He has since been named Editor of the Year three times. The Guardian played an influential and trailblazing role in its coverage of the phone hacking scandal and in a controversial move in 2013, The Guardian published files leaked by Edward Snowden, the US intelligence analyst, adding another dimension to the debate.

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