Rhys Evans is responsible for strategy, policy and editorial issues at BBC Wales. His responsibilities have encompassed the BBC Charter Review, digital archive modernisation and newsroom change. Rhys is also responsible for public affairs, which includes managing the BBC's relationship with the Welsh Parliament and politicians in Cardiff Bay and Westminster. He has worked as a journalist and a senior news leader for many years, specialising in political output. Rhys has also published widely on contemporary Welsh and British political history.
His project at the Reuters Institute will look at the challenge of producing news in multi-national states.