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War coverage, journalism and impartiality (Alexandra Galloni,Reuters’ editor-in-chief)

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Alessandra Galloni. | REUTERS

Reuters editor-in-chief Alessandra Galloni speaks about war coverage, journalism and impartiality ahead of the 2022 Reuters Memorial Lecture


Alessandra Galloni (1974) is the first woman to lead Reuters. Born in Rome, she graduated from Harvard and the London School of Economics, and started to work for Reuters in Rome in 1996 after a brief stint at AP. She left the news agency for the Wall Street Journal before returning in 2013, first as editor of the Southern Europe bureau, then as global managing editor. In April 2021 she succeeded Stephen Adler as editor-in-chief.

A respected business journalist, Galloni has worked as a reporter and editor in London, Paris and Rome. She has wanted to be a journalist since she can remember. “I worked for my middle-school newspaper, my high-school newspaper and my college newspaper. I’ve really been doing this for more than 35 years. I’ve never wanted to do anything else,” she says. 

On Monday 7 March, Galloni will deliver the Reuters Memorial Lecture, the most important event we host every year at Reuters Institute. As her reporters relentlessly documented the war in Ukraine, she spared 45 minutes for a wide-ranging conversation in a hectic week. We discussed her vision for Reuters, her views on impartiality, and her thinking on how a news agency should adapt to the digital age.   conversation has been lightly edited for brevity and clarity.



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