Reuters got first female editor-in-chief in 170-year long history

For the first time in the 180-year history of the international news agency Reuters, a woman is going to be the editor-in-chief.

Alessandra Galloni, a 48-year-old woman from Rome became the new editor-in-chief for Reuters. Adler is going to replace former Reuters editor-in-chief, Stephen J. Adler.

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Adler is retiring this month after leading Reuters for a decade. Under him, the company has won hundreds of honors in journalism, including the Pulitzer Prize.

Galloway wants to be Reuters’ editor-in-chief with the conviction of maintaining that continuity of success.

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