Frederik Fischer is chief editor of piq.de, an expert-driven aggregation platform and co-publisher of the media innovation think tank Vocer. He teaches digital journalism at the Hamburg Media School and works as host and speaker at various industry events. Prior to his current position, Frederik worked as head of audience engagement at Krautreporter, Germany’s biggest crowdfunded newsroom. In 2012 Frederik founded the context search engine Tame, which is used by newsrooms worldwide. He studied journalism and finance in Hannover, Aarhus, Amsterdam and London. During his studies he set up MundusMedia an international journalism network with journalists from over 50 countries. As a freelance technology journalist, he worked for ARD, ZDF, Arte, Zeit Online and Wired.