|Full name||Ingrid Lunden|
media, Internet, new media, telecoms, technology, communications, art, art market, food, travel, Russia, digital media, business news, music, visual art, dance, theatre
|Editorial work||News writing, Features writing, Editing, Sub-editing, Picture editing|
|Last updated||28-09-2011 18:09|
Regular freelancer for the Financial Times covering mobile. Have been a regular contributor to online blog-style news sites paidcontent.org and moconews.net. Prior to this I worked for the same magazine group for 6.5 years writing breaking news, news analysis and features for three different titles. I was the launch editor for a magazine called Total Content + Media, covering the media business, with the emphasis on new media/Internet, convergence and disruption in the traditional media industry. Before that, I was the assistant editor for Total Telecom and wrote and edited on a wide range of subjects in the telecoms sector--writing from a business/financial, not technical, point of view. (My emphasis was in mobile, convergence and covering the large incumbent operators but I have also written about and feel very secure in my knowledge of other areas.) Before Total Telecom, I was a reporter and editor at CommunicationsWeek International (the precursor to Total Telecom.) Prior to my move into business journalism, I worked for 5 years as an editor and writer for The Art Newspaper, a highly regarded, internationally focussed monthly tabloid-size magazine that focussed on the news, politics and events of the art world, written very much from a newspaper point of view. I worked for the publication first in London and then opened and ran its editorial office in New York. In the past, I've also written book reviews for the San Francisco Chronicle and contributed regularly to Kultureflash, a 'what's on' e-zine for cultural events in London. I am a dual US/UK citizen.