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Reuters Gives Multimedia Duties To EMEA Managing Editor

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Thomson Reuters (NYSE: TRI) is shuffling two of it senior editors after moving one to focus on multimedia output alongside Chris Cramer.

— EMEA managing editor Mark Thompson is becoming multimedia managing editor, remaining London-based, reporting to global multimedia editor Cramer.

— Americas managing editor Brian Rhoads (pictured) will fill the Asia part of Thompson’s previous role, moving from New York to Hong Kong, reporting to global managing editor Betty Wong.

Thompson’s role oversees Reuters’ TV division, pictures and graphics, including for online. Rhoads will oversee over 500 journalists Reuters has in Asia.

One Response to “Reuters Gives Multimedia Duties To EMEA Managing Editor”

  1. sugiarto setiabudi

    Thomson Reuters should to remove David Schlesinger .
    He should responsible to any Reuters fake photo and news along with a culture of ethical failure in doing business..
    I heard ,Thomson Reuters provided its cost center employess to usre pirate software at Thomson Reuters work place in order to cut cost and to increase reward for failure to the senior executives Thomson Reuters.
    Thomson Reuters should learn more about corporate governance due to Thomson Reuters hired and employeed incompetent and immoral lawyer as its general counsels worldwide.