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Contesting speedy deletion: This page is about a person who just left his position as the editor-in-chief of a magazine with a declared circulation of 900,00 worldwide in over 19 countries (this info per their Wikipedia page) for eight years. I believe that he is relevant enough in today's media landscape to warrant his own page. If you look at Vice magazine's page, a subeditor there already has his own Wikipedia entry (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andy_Capper), as do two of the founders of Vice. From what can be found at Vice's website, Pearson has interviewed many influential writers and artists. His leaving Vice was also considered worthy of reporting by Gawker.com (http://gawker.com/#!mediacrack/5709410).
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