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BBC News editor to leave

By Staff

10th April 2014

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BBC News journalist and head of the BBC College of Journalism Jonathan Baker is leaving the corporation.

Baker is a former deputy head of newsgathering and world news editor at BBC News. In the 1990s, he was editor of the corporation's flagship television news programmes and an executive editor of news programmes at BBC Radio 5 live.

Four years ago, Baker was appointed head of the BBC College of Journalism, in charge of developing and training all the BBC's journalists in the UK and internationally.

Mark Wray continues as acting head of the College of Journalism until a successor is appointed.

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