Dominic Ponsford, editor of Press Gazette, Britain’s leading journal for all journalists, spoke Monday, September 29 at the University of Lincoln about the latest and the greatest in journalism around the UK. Press play and listen to what he had to say.
Dominic Ponsford was made editor of Press Gazette, the country’s leading trade journal for the media industry, in December 2006. He has been a journalist since 1998 and started his career on the Battle Observer, where he was a district reporter for three years.
He worked for two years as a senior reporter on the Evening Advertiser, Swindon, from 2001 before joining Press Gazette as a reporter in 2003. In 2006, he was highly commended in the writer of the year section of the PPA Awards.
Interview by Andrew David for SirenFMTweet