'Newspapers are bleak': Sands explains move to Reader's Digest

Sarah Sands sheds some light today on surprise move out of newspapers to edit the UK edition of Reader’s Digest. Explaining her move to the 750,000 selling monthly she says: “Newspapers are generally sceptical and bleak, and I feel they miss out on a very important part of the spirit of humanity and they have a very partial view of humankind.”

She is leaving the job she has held since being ousted as editor of the Sunday Telegraph two years ago –  consulting editor of the Daily Mail. And she told The Guardian  “it never crossed her mind” to go for the job of editor of the Evening Standard.

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