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Sarah Marshall is audience development editor, EMEA, at The Wall Street Journal.

 

She is also a visiting lecturer on the Interactive Journalism MA at City University, London, and a director of Hacks/Hackers London.

 

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Sarah Marshall is audience development editor, EMEA, at The Wall Street Journal.

 

She is also a visiting lecturer on the Interactive Journalism MA at City University, London.

 

Before joining the WSJ in December 2013, Sarah was technology editor at Journalism.co.uk. She reported on innovations in the digital news industry and co-organised the news:rewired conference.

 

Sarah is a director of Hacks/Hackers London. Hacks/Hackers is a global movement of journalists and technologists who get together with the aim of "rethinking the future of news and information".

 

Sarah has also worked as a print journalist and as a radio reporter, newsreader and producer.

 

She speaks Spanish and (intermediate) Arabic.

 

She has a BSc degree in Anthropology from University College London and a Postgraduate Diploma in Broadcast Journalism from City University, London.

 

Short version

 

Sarah Marshall is audience development editor, EMEA, at The Wall Street Journal.

 

She is also a visiting lecturer on the Interactive Journalism MA at City University, London, and a director of Hacks/Hackers London.

 

Longer version

 

Sarah Marshall is audience development editor, EMEA, at The Wall Street Journal.

 

She is also a visiting lecturer on the Interactive Journalism MA at City University, London.

 

Before joining the WSJ in December 2013, Sarah was technology editor at Journalism.co.uk. She reported on innovations in the digital news industry and co-organised the news:rewired conference.

 

Sarah is a director of Hacks/Hackers London. Hacks/Hackers is a global movement of journalists and technologists who get together with the aim of "rethinking the future of news and information".

 

Sarah has also worked as a print journalist and as a radio reporter, newsreader and producer.

 

She speaks Spanish and (intermediate) Arabic.

 

She has a BSc degree in Anthropology from University College London and a Postgraduate Diploma in Broadcast Journalism from City University, London.

  

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