Robert Freeman

Robert Freeman is a senior trainer in social media and digital journalism at the BBC College of Journalism, and a part-time lecturer at Goldsmiths, University of London and Regent’s University, London.

A former reporter for Radio New Zealand and TVNZ, he joined the BBC in the late 90's as one of the founding journalists at its award-winning news website, bbc.co.uk/news and later become a reporter for the technology TV show, ‘Click’. He also designed and implemented the social media strategy for BBC’s national youth radio station, Radio 1.

He has worked in product development for interactive television, was Head of Multimedia at the Press Association and Editor for the Guardian newspaper’s video journalism portal.

Robert is also an editorial development consultant for internet media, business and technology, specialising in long-term trends, audience behaviour, social media, and strategic planning for the future of content creation.

 


 

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