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June 21 2010

11:08

#followjourn: @michaelcross – freelance journalist

#followjourn: Michael Cross

Who? Freelance journalist, specialising in public policy, technology, healthcare and the law.

Where? Cross’ work appears in the Guardian and in various specialist publications, including the British Medical Journal and the Law Society Gazette. He is co-creator of the 18th century cartoon scrivener Tobias Grubbe. He also co-founded (with Charles Arthur) the Technology Guardian’s Free our Data campaign.

Contact? @michaelcross

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April 14 2010

13:51

Cartoon journalist recognised on Journalisted.com


Journalisted.com, sporting a new and refreshed look, has added a pseudonymous 18th century journalist to its byline directory.

As Media Standards Trust director Martin Moore describes on his blog, Journalisted is to support Matt Buck and Michael Cross’ cartoon creation ‘Tobias Grubbe’, an 18th century journalist. Grubbe’s work is also to be published on the Guardian website during the general election.

“Grubbe will be expressing his opinions about the election on the Guardian website from Monday 12 April to the election (and a bit after). He has also become an honorary member of journalisted.com, joining over 18,000 of his colleagues,” says Moore.

Grubbe can also be found on Twitter: @tobiasgrubbe.

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