With The Sunday Telegraph editor Neil Breen set to leave News Limited, AdNews has trawled through its video archive to take a look at Breen's views on phone hacking, governments and the newspaper industry.
After six years as editor of The Sunday Telegraph and over 20 years with News Limited, Breen has decided to leave the company.
News Limited chief executive Kim Williams said: “We are sad to see someone of Neil’s talent and energy leave the company. Under Neil’s editorship Sydney’s The Sunday Telegraph has had unstoppable momentum as the best selling Sunday newspaper by a country mile.
“I have been talking to Neil about the next step in his career for several months but I understand that our talented people have other options and sometimes it is right for them to set their own course. We wish Neil the very best in the next exciting step in his career.”
AdNews looked through its archive and found a couple of interesting videos of Neil Breen sharing his views on the world at last year's Caxton Seminar and Awards.
View Part 2 here.
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