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Chris Roycroft-Davis has been one of Britain`s leading opinion fomers and has worked for some of the country's top national newspapers.For nine years he was chief editorial writer at The Sun, his work once being described by a Cabinet Minister as "the finest writing since the King James Bible."Over a period of 14 years Chris regularly edited The Sun in the Editor's absence.When Sky Television was launched, he was in charge of the new station's multi-media promotional advertising, using his vast tabloid experience to sell well over a million satellite dishes in just 15 months.Chris was a member of the Parliamentary Lobby for many years and has been on Christian name terms with the past three Prime Ministers.
regularly contributes to The Times and the Daily Express and is an accomplished public speaker and TV and radio broadcaster.He
passed O-level woodwork.
PRCA adds former Executive Editor of The Sun to its list of trainers
The PRCA is pleased to announce Chris Roycroft-Davis, former Executive Editor of The Sun, as the latest recruit to join its elite catalogue of trainers.
will share his
vast expertise through a 'Media Clinic' course, adding to the bespoke range of in-house and online courses the PRCA
offers on subjects ranging from 'How to write a press release' through to ' How to manage your agency'.
said, "Savvy PR bosses now realise training and personal development is not an optional cost which you can afford to save when times are tough."
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Chris Roycroft-Davis, Former Managing Editor, The Sun
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As Executive Editor of The Sun and Assistant Editor of the Daily Express, Chris Roycroft-Davis has been at the forefront of the national Press in Britain for more than 30 years.
is an international speaker, media expert and author of the acclaimed book How To Be King of the Media Jungle.
He is Vice President of the London Chapter of the Professional Speakers Association and belongs to the International Federation for Professional Speakers.
specialises in conference and business keynote speaking and after-dinner humour.
can be relied on to be astute and accurate.'
The guest speaker, Chris Roycroft-Davis, former executive editor of The Sun provided some great insights into the world of journalism and delivered a hugely entertaining talk.
I would not hesitate to recommend Chris
as a speaker to anyone holding a similar event.
is a true professional.'