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I media e la crisi finanziaria

Colloquio con John Lloyd, Direttore Scuola di Giornalismo Reuters-Università di Oxford, Editorialista Financial Times



  • 14 marzo 2011
    16:00

John Lloyd è giornalista e editor del Financial Times per il quale scrive analisi, recensioni, servizi speciali nonché una colonna settimanale sulla televisione inglese per il Weekend FT. Per il Financial Times è stato redattore delle sezioni lavoro, industria e Europa Orientale, nonché capo dell’Ufficio di Mosca. Nel 2003 ha fondato il Financial Times Weekend Magazine. È stato editor di Time Out e del New Statesman, reporter per Independent Radio News e per London Weekend’s London Programme e curatore per il London Weekend’s Weekend World. La sua prima occupazione nell’ambito del giornalismo è stata quella di copy boy per lo Scottish Daily Mail. Nella sua prima esperienza di giornalista ha lavorato come reporter freelance a Belfast nei primi anni Settanta. Scrive regolarmente per La Repubblica (Roma). Ha scritto numerosi pamphlets e saggi, nonché alcuni libri tra cui “Loss without Limit: the British Miners’ Strike” (con Martin Adeney); “The Future of Work” (con Charles Leadbeater); “Birth of a Nation: an Anatomy of Russia”; and “What the Media are doing to our politics”. Ad Oxford è membro straordinario del St Anne’s College e associate fellow del Nuffield College. È visiting professor alla City University, membro di Demos, del comitato di redazione di Prospect e membro del consiglio della Moscow School of Political Studies. Ha ricevuto vari premi tra cui il British Press Award for Specialist Reporter of the Year, il Granada Award for Journalist of the Year e il David Watt Prize for Outstanding Journalism. È sposato, ha un figlio e vive a Londra.

John Lloyd is a contributing editor to the Financial Times, to which he contributes features, analysis, book reviews and a weekly column on UK TV in the Weekend FT. For the Financial Times, he has been Labour Editor, Industrial Editor, East European Editor and Moscow Bureau Chief. In 2003, he was the founding Editor of the Financial Times Weekend Magazine. His other posts in journalism include spells as editor of Time Out; editor of the New Statesman; reporter for Independent Radio News; reporter for London Weekend’s London Programme and producer on London Weekend’s Weekend World. His first job in journalism was as a copy boy on the Scottish Daily Mail: his first reporting experience was a year as a freelance reporter in Belfast in the early seventies. He writes regularly for La Repubblica of Rome. He has written many pamphlets and essays, and several books, including “Loss without Limit: the British Miners’ Strike” (with Martin Adeney); “The Future of Work” (with Charles Leadbeater); “Birth of a Nation: an Anatomy of Russia”; and “What the Media are doing to our politics”. He is a supernumerary fellow of St Anne’s College and an associate member of Nuffield College, both Oxford. He is a visiting professor at City University, an associate of Demos, a member of the editorial board of Prospect and a member of the board of the Moscow School of Political Studies. His awards for journalism include the British Press Award for Specialist Reporter of the Year, the Granada Award for Journalist of the Year and the David Watt Prize for Outstanding Journalism. He is married, has one son and lives in London.

 

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