Dr. Lingjie Wang

Industry Analyst, TV, Home Entertainment and Online Media

Lingjie is a world leading expert in China’s broadcasting, media and creative industry. She joined London-based media analyst firm Screen Digest in early 2006 after her graduation from a PhD program at University of Warwick.

At Screen Digest, Lingjie specialises in Asia Pacific television and video and online media, with a particular interest in greater China (including Hong Kong and Taiwan) and India. She is responsible for developing statistical models to analyse and forecast market trends in multiple media sectors. Lingjie has contributed to a number of management reports in Cable, IPTV, mobile TV, broadcasting technology and digital signage. Her ground breaking report China Cable TV Market Assessment and Forecast to 2012 has won her international recognition.

Lingjie is also a frequent speaker about China’s media industry and media policy at industry conferences and events including Royal TV Society (RTS) evening seminar, International Broadcasting Convention (IBC) and Media Guardian Conference.

Prior to Screen Digest, Lingjie worked for two years in China Central Television and Henan TV as a journalist, Editor and Associate Producer. With four years' research experiences on broadcasting industry from her PhD studies, Lingjie enjoyed the honour to be invited by Fudan University to join the National 863 Project and co-authored a book on British Media System: Press & Broadcasting (2007, Nanfang Daily Press). In this capacity, Lingjie also holds seminars at King's College, London and University of Warwick.

Lingjie has a MA and PhD in Creative Industry and Organisational Studies from University of Warwick. She was also winner of a Guangya Scholarship to come to study in the UK.
Lingjie offers consultancy, conference speaking and moderating, reports writing services and lives and works in London.

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Updated on 27 October, 2008


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