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The first female ‘editor-in-chief’ at Reuters in 170 years.
Italian Alessandra Galloni is set to become the first female editor in the 170-year history of the renowned international news agency Reuters. He will be seen in the post from next Monday. Reuters reported the news on Tuesday.
According to the report, 47-year-old Galloni has been leading the Reuters news agency for a decade. Will replace Adler. Adler is retiring this month. Under his leadership, the news agency has won hundreds of awards for journalism, including seven Pulitzers; Which is the highest honor in this industry. Gallion, who grew up in Rome, is fluent in four languages.
In addition to Reuters, she has long worked for the Wall Street Journal. He has extensive experience in business and politics reporting and news editing. After sitting in the chair of the editor-in-chief, he will have to face many challenges. Some of these challenges are facing all media in the current reality; Apart from this, there is the responsibility of managing a wide and complex organizational structure. Galloni also serves as Reuters’ global managing editor, overseeing journalists working in more than 200 locations around the world.
Galloni is a Roman. He has business and political news coverage for Reuters. Prior to Reuters, he worked for The Wall Street Journal. He has also served as Reuters’ global managing editor.
Expressing her feelings, Alessandra Galloni said Reuters has set the standard for independent, trustworthy and global reporting for 170 years. It is an honor to lead a world-class newsroom filled with talented, dedicated and inspiring journalists.
Around 2,500 Reuters journalists work around the world. Reuters has been part of the Thomson Reuters Corporation since 2008. Although most of the world’s media is not profitable, Reuters is in profit. The news agency has been part of the Thomson Reuters Foundation since 2008. Ten percent of Thomson Reuters’. 5.9 billion profit came from Reuters News. However, the company is under pressure to increase profits and sales.
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