Holden Frith, The Week UK
Holden Frith is The Week’s digital director, a role in which he is responsible for digital strategy, product development and editorial direction. He also makes regular appearances on The Week Unwrapped podcast, speaking about subjects as diverse as vaccine development and bionic bomb-sniffing locusts. He joined The Week in 2013, spending five years editing the magazine’s website before moving into his current role. Before that, he was deputy digital editor at The Sunday Times, where he was part of the team that launched the newspaper’s digital subscription service – and was responsible for day-to-day production on the app and website. He has also been TheTimes.co.uk’s technology editor and the launch editor of Wired magazine’s UK website.
Holden has worked in journalism for nearly two decades, having started his professional career while completing an English literature degree at Cambridge University. He followed that with a master’s degree in journalism from Northwestern University in Chicago. A keen photographer, he also writes travel features whenever he gets the chance.