Learning Now TV announces first channel ambassador

Since November 2018, Learning Now TV is supported by its first channel ambassador. Paul Morgan has more than 25 years’ experience in senior learning and development roles and worked for Microsoft and O2, among others. In his new role with Learning Now TV, he focuses both on Learning Now TV itself and on its sister radio channel Learning Now Radio.

The team of Learning Now TV which includes not only our Learning Insights co-editor Nigel Paine but also Colin Steed, Kim Edwards, Lisa Minogue-White and Martin Couzins is delighted to have Morgan on board.

Steed commented: “Paul’s knowledge, experience, and passion for learning and development will make him an excellent ambassador for us.”





Learning Now TV announces first channel ambassador

About The Author
- Dr. Lutz P. Michel studied Slavonic linguistics, journalism and sociology at Münster University and earned his doctorate with a thesis on Russian literature and history of newspapers in 1980. For ten years, he was a research fellow at the university’s journalism institute and also taught at other public and private universities. He has been working in the field of applied media research since 1990, among others as managing director of infas Medienforschung GmbH, Bonn. In 1996, he founded the private research institute MMB – Michel Medienforschung und Beratung (today: mmb Institut GmbH), located in Essen and Berlin. He was the founder and long-term board chairman of the German e-learning network D-ELAN e. V and executive spokesman of the BITKOM work group Learning Solutions.

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