Media Bulletin

Editorial changes at The Daily Telegraph

By Rob Lock

17th October 2014

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There have been a number of editorial changes at The Daily Telegraph.

Associate editor Richard Preston has been appointed head of world news. He replaces David Munk who is joining Guardian Australia at the end of October.

Beijing correspondent Malcolm Moore has been appointed deputy head of world news. Moore is due back from Beijing in December.

Senior video planner Jon Laurence has been appointed to the new role of head of planning, to help deliver digital content across all of editorial.

All contact details remain the same.

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