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Alan Rus­bridger, a life in news

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Alan Rusbridger outside the Guilhall before his talk last week

Alan Rus­bridger gave his last talk in post as Edi­tor of the Guardian last week at London’s Guild­hall of Music with Helena Kennedy QC ask­ing ques­tions before open­ing them up to the floor. From Jonathan Aitkin to Wik­ileaks and Snow­den, Rus­bridger has over­seen the devel­op­ment of the news­pa­per at the helm for twenty years. Cur­rently the print edi­tion ranks eighth in UK cir­cu­la­tion: the Guardian online edi­tion cur­rently serves 1.2 mil­lion daily users world­wide, hav­ing just over­taken the New York Times. Rus­bridger will now chair the Scott Trust with Katharine Viner tak­ing over as edi­tor after win­ning an over­whelm­ing staff bal­lot ear­lier this year.

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Gra­ham comes from a design and film mak­ing back­ground hav­ing won awards for both cre­ative dis­ci­plines. Gra­ham has been a prac­tic­ing designer for 24 years, fif­teen of which are in Hong Kong. His early career included work­ing in the design stu­dio for Fac­tory Records in Man­ches­ter UK. Most recently, he was a Design Man­ager at Li and Fung.


Gra­ham has a Bach­e­lor of Arts degree from the Lon­don Col­lege of Print­ing and is a mem­ber of the Char­tered Soci­ety of Design­ers and the Inter­na­tional Soci­ety of Typo­graphic Design­ers and was over­all win­ner of this year’s Hong Kong Print Awards for Har­bour Times, the news­pa­per he owns with Andrew Work that focusses on Hong Kong gov­ern­ment, pol­i­tics and inter­na­tional affairs.


Gra­ham is a Direc­tor of Share a Hong Kong reg­is­tered char­ity focus­ing on young peo­ple from dis­ad­van­taged areas gain­ing social mobil­ity through intern­ships with large cor­po­ra­tions and Lib­erty Asia which pro­vides new solu­tions to change the way slav­ery and traf­fick­ing is addressed by lever­ag­ing tech­nol­ogy avail­able to the cor­po­rate sec­tor and pro­vid­ing it to NGOs


Gra­ham is the Chief Oper­at­ing Offi­cer of New Work Media