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Guardian’s Nick Davies moves to LA

Davies, one of the newspaper's most well known reporters, is moving to LA in order to build up the US edition of the newsbrand.

Having first become a news reporter for the Guardian in 1979, Davies was voted the UK’s best investigative journalist last year by a Press Gazette poll. He will be moving from his home in Lewes to the States, where he has previously lived between 1987 and 1989, before he returned to the UK to resume working for the Guardian.

Recently the Guardian’s website changed its domain name from to, indicative of its increased activity in the US and Australia.

In America the Guardian’s staff count stands at 57, including 29 people in editorial. The US version of the site has seen record traffic spikes recently due to the NSA files story.

By moving stateside, Davies is following in the footsteps of Paul Lewis, who moved from the UK to Washington to become the paper's Washington correspondent. He had previously been the Guardian's special projects editor.

Source: The Drum


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