Emma Goodman is Research Officer for the LSE Media Policy Project, a media policy think tank within the LSE’s Department of Media and Communications. She edits the project’s blog, and has recently contributed to policy briefs on topics such as political campaigning in the digital age and policy responses to fake news. Currently, she is working on setting up the new LSE Commission on Truth, Trust and Technology which will tackle issues including trust in media, platform responsibility and regulation, online political communication, and media literacy. She completed the Media, Communications and Development master’s programme in the Department, studying topics such as how access to digital analytics changes journalists’ perceptions of the impact of their work, how the international media covers the Global South, and the concept of the digital divide. Previously, she spent five years at the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers in Paris, researching and writing about international media trends, focusing on how newspapers handled the transition from print to digital. Before that she worked in journalism in Rome.
View Emma's blog posts for the Media Policy Project.