Media Bulletin

BBC Sports editor David Bond to leave

By Staff

2nd May 2014


The BBC’s sports editor David Bond is set to leave five weeks before the World Cup starts.

Bond is to join PR agency Milltown Partners, which was set up by the Prince of Wales' former PR Paddy Haverson and ex-Google senior executive DJ Collins.

Bond took the role at the BBC in December 2009 and prior to this was sports editor at The Daily Telegraph.

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