Pash, Chris


    Chris Pash, former editor, correspondent, bureau chief and newswire chief executive, was a cadet journalist at the Albany Advertiser in 1977 when activists launched Greenpeaces first direct action in Australia. It was his on-the-spot reporting of the experiences of both whalers and activists during this time that inspired his first book; The Last Whale. After leaving Albany he worked with Australian Associated Press as a reporter in Sydney, a staff correspondent in Papua New Guinea, the bureau chief in Adelaide and the editor-in-charge in Sydney. In 1995, Pash was the founding CEO of Asia Pulse, a joint regional venture of Asian news companies which pioneered the creation, aggregation and distribution of electronic content in the Asia-Pacific Region. He lives with his wife and two children in Sydney and is an executive in the news and information industry.

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