Alex Veeneman

I'm one of Kettle's Managing Editors, as well as a contributing writer for the site.

I write about British media and journalism, as well as on current affairs and culture. I am also interested in the future of radio in the UK, particularly the role of the BBC and public service broadcasting.

I have been contributing and editing for Kettle since April 2012.

I'd love to hear from you. You can email me or reach me via Twitter at the username below.

Contributor’s Recent Activities

Jacques Pepin, chef, recipe, authenticity, Alex Veeneman, Kettle Mag
Culinary lessons for journalists about authenticity
Alex Veeneman considers the lessons from chefs and bakers for journalists and writers.
frustration, writing, anxiety, concern, Academy, Alex Veeneman, Kettle Mag
Four stories and a dilemma
Alex Veeneman considers the debate on clicks and authenticity, and what it means for students entering the landscape.
collaboration, goals, difference, journalism, Alex Veeneman, Kettle Mag
Reflections on the collaborative spirit
Alex Veeneman considers how the collaborative spirit can help you make an important contribution to the media industry.
female, gender, ideas, journalism, media, Alex Veeneman, Kettle Mag
Why women's ideas must be equal in journalism
Alex Veeneman considers the role of ideas in helping navigate a career in journalism, and why ideas from women are important to journalism's future.
John Peel, media, radio, Academy, Alex Veeneman, Kettle Mag
John Peel and the search for authenticity
Alex Veeneman considers the lessons Radio 1 DJ John Peel has for those who aspire to work in the media.