Timothy Glanfield

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Tim Glanfield
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Born Timothy Glanfield
(1980-06-09) 9 June 1980 (age 34)
Harlow, Essex, England
Residence London, England
Nationality British
Alma mater University of York
Occupation Writer, journalist, author
Years active 2001-present

Timothy 'Tim' Glanfield is an English journalist and writer. He is editor of the Radio Times website.

Born in 1980, in Harlow, Essex, Glanfield has worked for a number of national newspapers. He was a journalist at The Times[1] until he left in March 2010 to co-found media news and entertainment website Beehive City,[2] editing the site throughout 2010. Glanfield is author of the book Digital Economy or Bust, published in 2011 by Guardian Books. It is a partly fictional account of his time running a new media startup company.

He writes a column in the media section of The Guardian newspaper on Fridays.

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