The Media Guardian has confirmed the international correspondent reshuffle 2010. The reshuffle will also involve the opening of a new Dubai bureau where newly appointed international correspondent John Irvine will be based. His role will involve covering topical issues across the african continent which will result the South Africa Base being downgraded.
We recently confirmed on TV Newsroom that Angus Walker, the former UK Editor for ITV News will move to ITN’s China bureau, however the Media Guardian is not able to confirm his successor.
John Irvine: International Correspondent
Angus Walker: China Correspondent
Julian Manyon: Unknown
John Ray: Africa Correspondent
Martin Geissler: Europe Correspondent
Robert Moore: Washington Correspodnent
Unknown: UK Editor
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