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Media is a beautiful mess, and we need to keep ourselves up-to-date to not get lost in this ever-changing landscape. Luckily, I love to keep studying—at the same time, I love to share what I learn with others: fellow journalists, students, media executives, communicators, storytellers from all walks of life.
Teaching is definitely one of my favourite activities. I’m currently a Professor in New Media Business Models and Product at the Catholic University of Milan, the largest private university in Europe. I held lectures and workshops at the University of Turin, the University of Milan, the University of Padua, Scuola Holden, Scuola Belleville.
At the same time, I also work as a trainer in newsrooms of any size. Between 2017 and 2018, I trained more than one hundred journalists and editors at Rizzoli-Corriere della Sera on fact-checking, verification techniques and social media strategies.
I’m also available for speaking opportunities at media conferences and summits around the world.
In the recent past I've been a speaker at the International Journalism Festival in Perugia, News:Rewired in London, Google’s News Impact Summit and the Milano Digital Week, among others. I was also invited to attend the European Journalism Center’s News Impact Academy in 2018, as one of Europe's innovator in the field.
I usually like to dedicate a part of my free time to non-profit mentoring. If you have an idea, a speaking opp, a doubt and would love to have a chat with me, click on the button below.