I am Assistant Professor at the IT University of Copenhagen (where I am part of DID-Lab) and chair of SMiD (the Association of Media Researchers in Denmark).

Put briefly, my research aims at answering questions about what happens to the old institutions and structures of society in a digital environment with new media technologies. Currently, the analytical focus is on the news media, on media policy, economy, and management, and on social media (see the Research section for more specific information). My work is published in leading journals such as Journal of Media Business StudiesJournalism Practice, and Media, Culture & Society.




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


Professional service

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 2017 NordMedia conference in Tampere. I am also chair of the Journalism Studies division of NordMedia.

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 TechnologiesDigital JournalismInternational Journal of CommunicationThe International Journal on Media Management, Journalism: Theory, practice and criticismJournalisticaJournal of Media Business StudiesThe Journal of Media InnovationsMedieKultur: Journal of Media and Communication Research, New Media & SocietyNordicom Review, Norsk MedietidsskriftNorthern Lights: Film and Media Studies YearbookSocial Media + Society, and Tidsskrift for Medier, Erkendelse og Formidling.