Jens Wendland

    Foreign Professor, Faculty of Journalism, Lomonosov Moscow State University; Professor, University of Arts, Berlin

    Jens Wendland is a cultural and media science specialist, a lecturer at University of Arts, Berlin; and visiting professor for the chair of media science and media economy at the journalist faculty of the Lomonosov Moscow State University (MSU). He has authored articles on culture and media for newspapers and broadcasters including FAZ, Süddeutsche Zeitung, West German Radio, and Nomos publishing company. He has worked as an editor and program manager at Public Radio, Berlin, and until 2012 he was the German manager of the free Russian-German institute of journalism at MSU.

    Jens Wendland is a Cultural and Media Science specialist, Lecturer at University of the Arts and Humboldt University – Berlin (Germany).

    Study of law, cultural and media science, doctorate at the Humboldt University of Berlin.

    Author for newspapers, broadcasting companies – among others:  FAZ, Süddeutsche Zeitung, West German Radio. Publications on culture and media subjects: at last, „media change by digitalization“, Nomos publishing company.

    Editor, and until 2003 – program manager, Public Radio in Berlin.

    University teacher: University of the arts Berlin, Humboldt University Berlin, foreign professor at the chair of media science and media economy at the journalistic faculty of the Lomonossow Moscow State University (MSU), and until 2012 – German manager of the free Russian-German institute of journalism in the MSU.



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