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Life and work of

Bernard Hunt

10810 Ultima Court, #101,

Las Vegas, NV 89144

Home phone: (702) 363-3139




I am a seasoned and talented journalist with experience in every facet of the craft. I have worked as an editor, photographer and correspondent around the globe and I have taught journalism at two universities. As chief assistant city editor of The San Diego Tribune in California, I led the team that won the 1979 Pulitzer Prize for general local reporting.




McGee and Knight Journalism Fellow in Southern Africa

Managing Editor / Independent Tribune, Concord-Kannapolis, N.C.

Editor-Editorial director / Key West Citizen/Thomson Florida Keys Group

Executive Editor / /The Bryan-College Station Eagle, Texas

Editor-correspondent / Reuters America

National news editor / Associated Press

Managing Editor / The Tribune-Chronicle, Warren, Ohio

Vice president, public relations division / David Grant, Inc., San Diego, Calif.

Executive assistant to Councilwoman Susan Golding / City of San Diego, Calif.

Chief assistant city editor / The San Diego Tribune, Calif. The Miami Herald, Fla.

Assistant news editor / The Miami Herald

Foreign news sub-editor / The Daily Telegraph, London, England

Sub-editor / The Cape Times, Cape Town, South Africa

The Bulawayo Chronicle, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe (then Rhodesia)

Reporter, sub-editor; October 1966 to September 1967

Scottish Daily Express/Glasgow Evening Citizen (London bureau)

Reporter; July 1964 to October 1966

Thomson Newspapers (various newspapers in Province of Ontario, Canada)

Reporter-photographer; September 1962 to May 1964

Lakeshore Advertiser, Toronto, Canada

Reporter-photographer; May 1962 to September 1962




Educated in British and Canadian schools; graduate of Oak Park Junior High School and East York Collegiate in Toronto; journalism training at Ryerson Institute in Toronto





National board member of Hostelling International-USA.


Member Citizen Review Board of Clark County Metro Police Department; past president, Rotary Club of Las Vegas West; member Concord (N.C.), Key West (Fla.), Kearny Mesa (Calif.) and Bryan, Tex. Rotary clubs; active participant in various country leadership programs; board member, Boys and Girls Clubs; Literacy Volunteers of America; Texas A&M University Community Outreach Network; Sister Cities of America; Heart Association; Cancer Society; Foreign Affairs Board of the City of San Diego (appointed by then-Mayor Pete Wilson, later U.S. senator and governor of California).



References available on request