Caroline Frost is a broadcaster and journalist of 20 years standing, with wide-ranging experience of the public and commercial sectors, and print and digital media. A specialist in the field of entertainment, she also regularly writes and speaks about the media, politics and wider social issues.
She is the TV Chair of the Broadcasting Press Guild and a frequent commentator on TV and radio news, as well as documentaries. She is in demand as public speaker, both in the UK and abroad, mostly on the challenges for journalism and the entertainment industry posed by the digital evolution
Previously, Caroline trained as a producer with BBC News in London, before being head-hunted to help launch the digital arm of News Limited in Australia.
On her return to London, she became the founding Entertainment Editor of HuffPostUK, before going freelance in 2017. Since then, she has written two bestselling books, and is currently at work on her third.
While working in Australia, she completed her Masters Degree in Applied Ethics and Global Justice at the University of Melbourne, focusing on violence, war and terrorism.