David Dale (author)

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David Dale (born 1948) is an Australian Walkley Award-winning author, journalist/travel writer, television commentator, lecturer, international correspondent, political reporter and radio broadcaster

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Dale graduated from Sydney University with an honours degree in psychology before pursuing journalism. He writes on travel and popular culture for The Sydney Morning Herald, The Sun-Herald, and The Sunday Age, does media commentary for the ABC and lectures part-time in Communications at the University of Technology, Sydney. Dale created the satire column "Stay in Touch" for The Sydney Morning Herald in 1981 and edited it for four years before being appointed the paper's New York correspondent in 1986. He wrote The Tribal Mind media column for 20 years. He won a Walkley Award in 1984 for a feature called The Italian Waiters Conspiracy. He has also served as a political reporter for The Australian, a sub-editor for General Practitioner (London), features editor of "The Sydney Morning Herald", editor of The Bulletin and broadcaster for ABC radio and 2GB Sydney.

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