The Economist’s features section 1843 Magazine has tapped Abigail Fielding-Smith to serve as deputy editor. Recently, she was a senior editor at the magazine. Previously, Fielding-Smith worked at the Bureau of Investigative Journalism as an international editor. She also served as Beirut correspondent at the Financial Times. You can congratulate Fielding-Smith via X/Twitter.
The Examination, a new global independent donor-funded news organization investigating preventable health threats, has hired Matthew Chapman as a senior reporter. Chapman joins from the Bureau of Investigative Journalism, where he has worked for more than three years as a lead reporter. He also freelanced for The Guardian, The Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday, […]
Rachel Oldroyd, editor of the Bureau of Investigative Journalism sent out the following announcement: I’m delighted to announce and welcome Tara Lajumoke and Clare Algar as the newest members of the Bureau’s board. At a time when investigative journalism is needed more than ever, we are continuing to go from strength to strength, evidenced in […]