Julian Lee returns to The Herald as media writer

Julian Lee, the former marketing editor of The Sydney Morning Herald, has returned to the paper in the role of media writer.

Lee left The Herald to join the National Times, where he was deputy editor, in April 2011.

He will cover consumer media issues.

Lee will work with Kirsty Simpson, media editor of BusinessDay, and Bianca Hall, who is reporting on media in the Canberra bureau.

He starts on February 27.

Lee joined the Herald in January 2004 as marketing reporter before moving up to become marketing editor in 2008.

Before moving to Australia he worked at News International’s The Times in London, where he was features and news writer for the TimesOnline website, marketing columnist and desk editor of its weekend pages.

Comments


  1. Fan, not stalker
    10 Feb 12
    1:49 pm

  2. Love his work, will be good to have him back!

  3. Mark Buckman
    13 Feb 12
    12:55 pm

  4. Welcome back Julian. Hopefully you’ll have the SMH covering some Marketing matters as well.

  5. Matthew Gain
    13 Feb 12
    1:33 pm

  6. Love your work Julian. Look forwarding to seeing you back on the marketing beat.

  7. elizabeth
    13 Feb 12
    2:22 pm

  8. Good news day – welcome back Julian – hopefully a little more news on PR

  9. sychophant
    14 Feb 12
    6:01 pm

  10. welcome back Julian. please write about me.