Andreas Mattsson is a lecturer in journalism studies at Department of Communication and Media, Lund University. He is currently the program director at School of Journalism.
He also works as a freelance journalist and travels frequently to countries in Southeast- and South Asia on as- signments. In 2014 he was awarded with an honour award from the Swedish Red Cross for his reporting about boat refugees arriving to Sweden during the early 90’s.
His main research area is the growth of digital media and online journalism. From 2007 until 2012 he worked as an online editor at the regional newspaper Sydsvenskan in Malmö. In 2012 he studied the growth of online journalism in Vietnam as part of a research scholarship from Peter Melin Memorial Fund. In 2015 he received research grants from Journalistfonden to study the growth of digital media platforms in India.
Andreas Mattsson is the project coordinator of the Sweden-South Asia Media project that aims to connect Swedish journalists and media researchers to counterparts in the South Asian countries and to nd news ways of working with journalism in the digital age. Since 2017 he is the director of the network Forskare möter Filmare (translated: Researchers meets Film makers) at Lund University.
• Currently I'm researching the development of digitala media in India (funded by Swedish Journalistfonden)
• "De digitala utmaningarna i den vietnamesiska journalistiken" Report about the growth of digital media in Vietnam 2012 (funded by Stipendiet till Peter Melins minne)
Recent research outputs
Research output: Contribution to specialist publication or newspaper › Specialist publication article