I am Associate Professor of Journalism Studies at Roskilde University.
I research innovation in the media industries. In particular, I focus on how news organizations use data traces to inform and shape decisions and on the digital business models of news (and, currently, podcast). My background is in media studies, and throughout my career, I have followed and explored how the news industry adapts to the digital age. Some of my recent publications concern the datafication of media industries, the business models in podcasting, the relationships between news organizations and third-parties, and the platformization of news.
- New publication: Aske Kammer (2023). Spaces for Datafication: How Datafication Transforms Media Industries. In: Alexander Godulla & Stephan Böhm (Eds.), Digital Disruption and Media Transformation. How Technological Innovation Shapes the Future of Communication (pp. 133-141). Springer.
- Another new publication: Jannie Møller Hartley, Caitlin Petre, Mette Bengtsson, & Aske Kammer (2023). Autonomies and Dependencies: Shifting Configurations of Power in the Platformization of News. Digital Journalism, 11(8), 1375-1390.
This website is my online business card with information about my professional activities. It is also a way for me to keep track of what I do. It is not updated nearly often enough…
I strongly believe in collaborations and in broadening my scope. So contact me or connect through Bluesky (mostly professional) or Mastodon (also a lot about running) – I look forward to hearing from you.