Mark Watts (journalist)
He was nominated for the European Press Prize Editor of the Year for 2012. The nomination described Exaro as "an insightful, agenda setting website." It credited the site for its "serious investigative journalism" saying "this is not standard, not-for-profit journalism, but document-based, niche performance at a high level of expertise." 
Watts previously hosted the live daily news show "Between the Headlines" on Press TV. Politicians, senior journalists and commentators talked about the days newspapers.
In 2001 Watts founded the FOIA Centre, the London-based organisation that helps people access information through open access laws throughout the world, in particular through freedom of information acts.
- Mark Watts (2005), The Fleet Street Sewer Rat, Artnik
- Front page of European Press Prize website
- Sunday Times, 13 March 2005, Secrets of a Fleet Street rubbish man
- Mark Watts, Press Gazette, 15 April 2005, How the Fleet Street sewer rat caused a stink for privacy laws
- USC Annenberg Online Journalism Review, 25 March 1999, Transatlantic Brawl!
- Mark Watts, The New Statesman, 26 July 1999, Who really influences new Labour?
- How Mark Watts of Exaro aims to return to Fleet Street's golden age
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