Datis Khajeheian is an assistant professor in University of Tehran, and a visiting lecturer in the Center for Communication, Media and Information Technologies in Aalborg University of Denmark. He also periodically delivers lectures in Stuttgart Media University of Germany. Datis earned his PhD in Media Management and MA in Entrepreneurship with specialty in New Venture Creation. He is the head of the special interest group of ‘Emerging Media Markets’ in European Media Management Association. Datis is author of many academic articles in media management and entrepreneurship both in Persian and English, and has edited more than 70 academic papers.
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