Ken Reid (journalist)
Reid's career as a journalist began at The News Letter in 1977, where he remained for seven years. This was followed by stints as the sports editor, and later editor, of the Sunday News from 1984 to 1987, and reporting for the Cork Examiner from 1987 to 1994.
Reid joined UTV in 1994. He was one of two journalists at the station believed to have not been considered for a voluntary redundancy package at the station in late 2008. Reid has blogged on UTV's website on political affairs in Northern Ireland since May 2008.
- Ken Reid's profile on u.tv at the Wayback Machine (archived November 18, 2002), accessed 5 April 2009
- Belfast Telegraph: "Secrets and Lies: UTV Political Editor Ken Reid: dated 20 August 2005; accessed 6 February 2009
- Belfast Telegraph: "UTV stars fear for jobs as bosses swing axe": dated 17 October 2008; accessed 6 February 2009
- u.tv: Blogs - Ken Reid
- Hold the Front Page: "Northern Ireland prize winners celebrate": dated 20 April 2005, accessed 11 January 2008
- Hold the Front Page: "Irish journalists make their mark as awards are handed out"; dated 5 April 2006, accessed 11 January 2008
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