I am Konrad Lischka (1979), a blogger from Germany writing about digital society, media and data journalism. This is my private [highlight style=”1,2″]blog[/highlight], no connection to my employer. I am [highlight style=”1,2″]working[/highlight] as a policy advisor on media policy and digital society in the State Chancellery of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany’s most populous state. Here are some [highlight style=”1,2″]thoughts on net neutrality[/highlight] published in that function.

I have managed the web, tech, media section at Spiegel Online (Germany’s biggest news website) as deputy head. Here is an [highlight style=”1,2″]investigation of the German broadband market[/highlight] I did there.

Before that I was editor-in-chief of the literary magazine bücher and editorial director at a content marketing agency. What I also did: With Tom Hillenbrand I researched, wrote and financed [highlight style=”1,2″]Drachenväter[/highlight], a coffee table book on the history of American and European role-playing games in one of the most successful crowdfunding campaigns for a book in Germany.