Top editor to leave The South China Morning Post – Vaudine England

From The International Herald Tribune:

The South China Morning Post, the leading English-language newspaper in Hong Kong, said Monday that its top editor had resigned in the latest of a long succession of changes in editorial management in recent years.

Mark Clifford, an American, was editor in chief of the Post group for just one year, and will leave the paper April 1, too soon to see the results of his intensive work on a redesign of the publication.

Clifford’s time at the newspaper was tumultuous, and included the firing of several senior desk editors, the Sunday Post editor and the photo editor. In January the editor, Fanny Fung, and the managing editor, Pauline Loong, abruptly left the paper. Lau took over Fung’s position then, and will now assume Clifford’s duties in what a senior editor said was a combining of the group editor and editor positions.[Full Text]



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