Editor-in-Chief, The Press Association
PA’s Editor-in-Chief on the business of news, launching BBC News online, and running Ceefax
Pete Clifton is Editor-in-Chief at Press Association, one of the world’s oldest news agencies. In this exclusive interview, he explains how digital has radically and irreversibly changed the news business; reveals what the future holds for the Press Association as it seeks to become a wholly digital-first agency; and talks through his career, including launching BBC News Online, leading MSN, and running the much-loved Ceefax.
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