How are young Britons reading the news?
10 Feb 2020
How are young Britons reading the news?

Young people are consuming the news in vastly different ways to generations before them, but news brands still don’t know how to speak to them. How can young people get the information they need to be informed citizens and is it time to rethink what news means for the next generation?

Simon Hinde

Simon Hinde is a programme director at London College of Communication, University of the Arts London. He has appeared on radio and television as a commentator and pundit, and has written for a range of publications, including the Financial Times, New Statesman, and the Spectator.

Dr. Angela Phillips

Dr. Angela Phillips teaches journalism and journalism studies at Goldsmiths University London and is active in journalism research. Her research interests include ethics, working practices, the changing audience for news, and changing news consumption behaviour.

Imran Rahman-Jones

Imran Rahman-Jones is a journalist at BBC Radio 1 Newsbeat. He reports and produces across radio, video, and online.

Sabrina Faramarzi

Sabrina Faramarzi is an international journalist, trend analyst, and data storyteller. Her work explores patterns across sociocultural phenomena through a future-focused lens, with an interest in new media development and storytelling innovations. Faramarzi has worked and written for publications such as The New York Times, The Guardian, Vogue Business, Wired, and VICE, and has helped brands such as Google, Meta, Airbnb, Lush, Tempur, Regus, and GSK to create relevant content for their audiences. She founded Dust in Translation, a boutique creative storytelling agency helping organisations build and produce innovative, data-driven content and communications strategies.