Lynn Schofield Clark is Professor in the Department of Media, Film, and Journalism Studies and Director of the Estlow International Center for Journalism and New Media at the University of Denver. In 2014, she will be serving as a Visiting Fellow with the Digital Ethnography Research Centre at RMIT, and as Visiting Professor at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark. Clark is author of The Parent App: Understanding Families in a Digital Age (Oxford University Press, 2012), From Angels to Aliens: Teenagers, the Media, and the Supernatural(Oxford University Press, 2005, winner of the Best Scholarly Book Award from the National Communication Association’s Ethnography division), and co-author of Media, Home, and Family(Routledge, 2004). She also edited Media, Religion, and the Marketplace (Rutgers U Press, 2007) and co-edited Practicing Religion in the Age of the Media (Columbia University Press, 2002) and has served as a guest editor for numerous journal special issues. She serves as a blogger contributor at Psychology Today. In 2012, Clark was named the University of Denver’s Service Learning Scholar of the Year, recognizing her youth participatory action research that brings University of Denver students together with students at nearby South High school, which is Denver’s most culturally diverse school with more than 60 language groups and 40 countries represented in its student body. She is currently coauthoring a book titled Young People and the Future of News, which explores the intersecting technological and demographic changes in the U.S. and their implications for the future.