Philip Bennett is the managing editor of FRONTLINE, the public affairs documentary series on public television, and the Eugene C. Patterson Professor of the Practice of Journalism and Public Policy at Duke University. Between 2005 and 2009 Bennett was the managing editor of The Washington Post and has been an editor of international and national security coverage, a local news reporter and a foreign correspondent. He was The Post’s foreign editor for six years. During his tenure as managing editor, the paper’s second-ranking editor, The Post won ten Pulitzer Prizes. Bennett’s journalism career started in 1982 at The Lima Times in Peru, where he became the editor. He was hired as a metropolitan reporter by The Boston Globe in 1984 and became the newspaper’s Latin American correspondent. Bennett was later the Globe’s foreign editor. Bennett has worked on new media projects for The Washington Post Co. and has written and lectured about journalism. He joined the Duke University faculty in 2009. He teaches about journalism ethics and national security secrecy, coverage of economics and about narrative journalism and digital media. He was named managing editor of FRONTLINE in April 2011.