Kiki de Bruin is a researcher at the Research group Quality Journalism in Digital Transition. As a journalism researcher, she is interested in digitisation and innovation within journalism and its impact on the public. How can independent quality journalism be safeguarded in this digital age?
Within the research group, Kiki is involved with research project ‘Immersieve Journalistiek en het Betrokken Publiek’ (‘Immersive Journalism and the Interested Public’), which studies the impact and journalistic value of immersive techniques (VR, AR, 360-video). She is also responsible for the communication at the research group and she is a lecturer at the School of Journalism.
Kiki graduated with a bachelor’s in General Social Sciences (University of Utrecht and Saint Petersburg State University). She obtained her master's degree in Journalism from VU Amsterdam. After this she worked at De Persgroep publishing company as a project manager. Kiki has been a researcher at the Research group Quality Journalism in Digital Transition (JournalismLab) since March 2017. She has also worked as a freelance editor for various news media.
Fields of expertise
- Journalistic Innovation
- Public Research
- A first-person promise? A content-analysis of immersive journalistic productions