Through my research, I aim at answering the question about how datafication and digitalization transform organizations and institutions. How do data traces inform decision-making practices in particular organizational contexts, and how should we understand such changes in a broader, structural perspective? My empirical domain is mainly on the news-media industry, which I have researched throughout my entire scholarly career. (See the Research section for more specific information).
I am Assistant Professor at the IT University of Copenhagen (where I am part of the Digital Design Department and the Design, Innovation and Digitalization Lab, DID-LAB) and chair of SMiD (the Association of Media Researchers in Denmark).
Here is the link to my company profile: Aske Kammer @ ITU
2010-2013: PhD, University of Copenhagen
2006-2009: MA in Media Studies, University of Copenhagen
2002-2005: BA in Film and Media Studies, University of Copenhagen
I am elected chair of SMiD (the Association of Media Researchers in Denmark) and am, in that capacity, part of the steering committee for the 2019 NordMedia conference in Malmö. I am also co-chair of the Media Industries division of NordMedia (together with Helle Sjøvaag).
I have been member of the board of editors at MedieKultur: Journal of Media and Communication Research 2014-2015 and at Journalistica 2013-2015 (where I edited a special issue on “Journalism in an industry“).
I serve as reviewer for a number of Danish and international scientific journals: Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, Digital Journalism, International Journal of Communication, The International Journal on Media Management, Journalism: Theory, practice and criticism, Journalistica, Journal of Communiation, Journal of Media Business Studies, The Journal of Media Innovations, MedieKultur: Journal of Media and Communication Research, New Media & Society, Nordicom Review, Norsk Medietidsskrift, Northern Lights, Poetics, Social Media + Society, and Tidsskrift for Medier, Erkendelse og Formidling.