Dan Sabbagh is the National News Editor of The Guardian. He specialist area as a journalist is the media industry.
Sabbagh worked as a city reporter at The Daily Telegraph and as senior reporter on the magazine Computing before joining The Times where he was telecoms correspondent and then media editor between 2004 and 2009, when he resigned.
Sabbagh was co-founder of the media news and entertainment website Beehive City, along with two former Times colleagues Adam Sherwin and Timothy Glanfield, and was a contributor prior to joining The Guardian.
He joined The Guardian in November 2010. Prior to becoming the newspaper’s National News Editor, he was head of media and technology which included oversight of the Media Guardian website.
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