Media Bulletin

Merion Jones to investigate for the Bureau from July

By Phoebe-Jane Boyd

14th June 2016

The Bureau of Investigative Journalism has appointed former BBC producer Meirion Jones as its investigations editor. The not-for-profit news unit welcomes Jones to the team next month as part of an expansion to include the addition of a production editor, a data team director and two more journalists.

 

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