Ulrike Rohn is Professor of Media Management and Media Economics at Tallinn University, Estonia, where she works at the Baltic, Film, Media and Arts School (BFM). Ulrike is the co-Head of the Tallinn University Centre of Excellence in Media Innovation and Digital Culture (MEDIT). She is the President of the European Media Management Association (emma), co-Editor of the Journal of Media Business Studies and co-Editor of the Springer Series in Media Industries. Ulrike leads and is part of various research projects, including projects on local news media, public value of open cultural data, audiovisual industries & policy, and media responsibility. She co-edited Media Management Matters: Challenges and Opportunities for Bridging Theory and Practice (2020, Routledge). Ulrike Rohn has been added to the international database of leading female academics in Europe (AcademiaNet). 

Hanne Bruun is a Professor in Media Studies at Aarhus University, Denmark. Starting from 2017 she is the founder and head of Centre for Media Industries and Production Studies. Her research interests include media industries and production studies, genre studies in audio visual media and audience studies. She is the author of five books, including Re-Scheduling Television in the Digital Era (2020) and is the co-editor of four books. She has contributed to several books and journals e.g. Media, Culture and Society (September 2020 ahead of print), Nordic Journal of Media Studies 1(1) 2019, and Critical Studies in Television 13(2) 2018

Niall O’Leary is a research fellow in entrepreneurship at the Hincks Centre, School of Business, MTU. His work focuses on variation and management of human capital with a focus of competencies and attitudinal variables including several projects measuring and building human capital. Niall gained his doctorate at the University of Reading (UK) studying the human capital of farmers and its associations with farm profitability finding that profitability was strongly associated with farmer attitudes and personality such as attention to detail, leadership competencies, and attitudes towards learning. How such measures predict entrepreneurial success in general is his current research focus.

Päivi Maijanen-Kyläheiko is Associate Professor at LUT University, School of Business and Management, Lappeenranta, Finland. Her research interests focus on strategic management and organizational renewal especially in the media sector, and in particular, on issues related to changes in managerial and organizational practices and culture, sustainable business models and media responsibility. Maijanen-Kyläheiko has experience from several multidisciplinary and longitudinal case studies in media companies. Her media expertise is grounded on both academic and professional expertise. Before starting in academia, she had a long career as a journalist and manager at the Finnish Broadcasting Company, Yle.

Heritiana Ranaivoson is Senior Researcher and Project Leader at imec-SMIT-Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Belgium). He holds a MSc in Economics and Management from the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan and a PhD in Industrial Economics from Université Paris 1, Panthéon-Sorbonne. He has led several projects for the European Commission (H2020, study contracts), the UNESCO, Google, etc. He has published extensively in the fields of cultural and media diversity, media innovation, media policy, audiovisual platforms, and the economic impact of digital technologies on creative industries.

Andreas Will is professor for Media and Communication Management at the Technische Universität Ilmenau (Germany). His research interest comprises media management, (business models for) digital media offerings, project management, and media entrepreneurship. Andreas Will studied Industrial Engineering at the University of Karlsruhe. He holds a Dr.rer.pol. and a habilitation in Business Administation and Information Systems, both from the University of Augsburg (Germany). Prior to his current assignment, he held academic positions at the universities of Dresden, Gießen and Augsburg and as a project manager for software projects for Deutsche Bank Group. Andreas is a founding member of the European Media Management Association (EMMA).

Leona Achtenhagen is the Director of the Media, Management and Transformation Center at Jönköping International Business School, Sweden. She is also editor-in-chief of the Journal of Media Business Studies (Taylor & Francis). She has a long experience of teaching entrepreneurship at masters and doctoral level, as well as in practitioner workshops. She has designed JIBS’ master program in Strategic Entrepreneurship, for which she has also developed a number of pedagogical tools. The program’s success played a major role in achieving JIBS’ accreditation. Leona Achtenhagen’s research focuses on entrepreneurship in different contexts.

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