Andrew Neil

Publisher and Broadcaster

Andrew Neil

Publisher and Broadcaster

Andrew Neil is a publisher, writer, businessman and broadcaster. He is Chairman and Editor-in-Chief of Press Holdings, owner of The Spectator and various titles around the world. On-screen he hosted the irreverent late-night look at politics, This Week, for 16 years, and continues to regularly present Daily Politics. Off-screen he is Chairman of ITP, the large, Dubai-based magazine publisher, and Chairman and co-owner of World Media Rights, an international factual television producer.

Starting out working in local journalism Andrew then became an advisor to the Secretary of State for the Environment in Edward Heath’s Government. He then joined The Economist, initially reporting from the US covering Washington and New York, where he also started reporting for broadcast media.

Andrew returned to the UK as British Editor of The Economist before becoming Editor of The Sunday Times. At the same time, he was appointed Executive Chairman of Sky Television, overseeing the satellite broadcaster’s launch which would revolutionise the UK media landscape. He also served as Executive Editor at Fox Television News in the US, and later published Full Disclosure, an autobiography of his time in the Murdoch organisation.

A respected, versatile broadcaster and opinion leader, Andrew is at the forefront of international media, business and political commentary. He’s fronted coverage of politics at home and abroad on Sunday Politics, BBC Parliament’s Politics Europe and Daily Politics. Andrew has reported for programmes as diverse as Tomorrow’s World and Radio 4’s Today programme, was a member of the International Advisory Board of Al Jazeera and Publisher of The Scotsman Group of newspapers for 10 years.

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