Journalism

Jun 5, 2014

Chris Mitchell, happy to remain anonymous, peeks out of the shadows

Man of mystery Chris Mitchell has made a rare public appearance at an event in Sydney. The editor-in-chief of The Oz defended his paper's campaigning journalism and explained why he uses Twitter to keep an eye on his staff

Myriam Robin — Media Reporter

Myriam Robin

Media Reporter

Chris Mitchell, editor-in-chief of The Australian, doesn’t often give speeches. At a rare one yesterday, he touched on why.

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3 thoughts on “Chris Mitchell, happy to remain anonymous, peeks out of the shadows

  1. klewso

    Prince Rupert Nov 2008 “The bludger should not be our national icon” – a Yank telling us what we should be doing, whilst his vanity piece, The Oz, bludges on?

  2. Graeski

    If it’s a Rupert rag I don’t read it on principle (not anymore, at least). The Australian is little more than a Liberal Party broadsheet.

  3. Yclept

    “We’re not campaigning to hurt Clive.” – LOL!

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