On December 1, Wednesday, the Sydney Morning Herald announced that Bevan Shields will be the new editor. Lisa Davies, the former editor has stepped down from her post last night and left the legal notice after a decade of working.
Bevan Shields took over the charge after Lisa Davies. He is now known as the new editor of the Sydney Morning Herald. And after this, people have already started to congratulate him on social media.
In this article, we will know more about Bevan Shields’ wiki, biography, age, personal life, net worth and more.
Bevan Shields Wiki
Apart from being a new editor of the Sydney Morning Herald, Bevan Shields also worked in London as a reporter for Europe for more than two years. But now, Bevan Shields, a correspondent of Europe has been named as the editor of 190-year-old Sydney masthead.
Bevan Shields overtook Lisa Davies, who left her position abruptly after five years of working. After Lisa Davies departure, Cosima Marriner, the SMH deputy editor was handling the position till now and now she will be the deputy of Bevan Shields.
Bevan Shields Age, Family, Early Life
Bevan Shields’ exact date of birth is not revealed as of now. But she seems to be around 35-40 years old by his appearance.
There is not more information given about his parents and his family but we will soon update it in our article.
Bevan Shields used to work for the Herald and The Age in Canberra for five years as the federal editor and Canberra bureau head. He has also worked as a Europe journalist in London for two years.
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Bevan Shields Career
Bevan Shields used to work for the Herald and The Age in Canberra for five years as the federal editor and Canberra bureau head. He has also worked as a Europe journalist in London for two years. He began his career as a health reporter for the Illawarra Mercury before joining the Herald.
Bevan Shields Net worth
Bevan Shields’ net worth as of the year 2021 is to be estimated between $1 – $5 million dollars. However, his net worth is going to increase after the position he has grabbed in the The Sydney Herald Morning.