Gady Epstein

Media Editor; Former Beijing bureau chief • The Economist

Gady Epstein is The Economist‘s media editor. He has written extensively about how technology is changing TV, film, music and other media, including a special report on mass entertainment. Previously he served as Beijing bureau chief and China correspondent, writing about Chinese politics and society, including a special report on China’s authoritarian model for the internet. Prior to joining the Economist in 2011, he was Beijing bureau chief for Forbes for four years, and before that was an international projects reporter for the Baltimore Sun, where he won a Gerald Loeb Award for a series he co-authored on globalisation and the crab industry. He also appeared in the HBO show “The Wire” for approximately two seconds. He studied English language and literature at Harvard.

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Gady Epstein is The Economist‘s media editor. He has written extensively about how technology is changing TV, film, music and other media, including a special report on mass entertainment. Previously he served as Beijing bureau chief and China correspondent, writing about Chinese politics and society, including a special report onRead More

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