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date: 27 November 2022

Brown, Tina, (Christina Hambley Brown), (Lady Evans) free

Brown, Tina, (Christina Hambley Brown), (Lady Evans) free

CBE 2000

Born 21 Nov. 1953; d of late Bettina Iris Mary Kohr Brown and George Hambley Brown; m 1981, Sir Harold Matthew Evans (d 2020); one s one d

writer and journalist; founder and Chief Executive Officer: Tina Brown Live Media; Women in the World Media, since 2014

Education

Univ. of Oxford (MA)

Career

Columnist for Punch, 1978; Editor, Tatler, 1979–83; Editor in Chief, Vanity Fair Magazine, 1984–92; Editor, The New Yorker, 1992–98; Chm. and Editor in Chief, Talk magazine, 1998–2002; Partner and Chm., Talk Media, 1998–2002; founder and Ed.-in-Chief, The Daily Beast, 2008–13; Ed.-in-Chief, Newsweek Global (formerly Newsweek), 2010–13. Columnist: The Times, 2002; Washington Post, 2003–. Catherine Pakenham Prize, Most Promising Female Journalist (Sunday Times), 1973; Young Journalist of the Year, 1978. Plays: Under the Bamboo Tree (Sunday Times Drama Award), 1973; Happy Yellow, 1977

Publications

Loose Talk, 1979; Life as a Party, 1983; The Diana Chronicles, 2007; The Vanity Fair Diaries: 1983–1992, 2017