ProfileBorn and raised in the Netherlands, Tabe Bergman attained BA degrees in Journalism and American Studies, and an MA degree in American Studies. He was a freelance journalist, a web editor, and a global news editor with the Associated Press.
After realizing that his true interest lies in researching journalism, he started a PhD at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He graduated in 2013 and was appointed Assistant Professor at Renmin University in Beijing. In 2017 he joined XJTLU.
Tabe Bergman has published over a dozen book chapters and refereed articles, including 5 single-author articles in the Social Sciences Citation Index. He has also presented papers at top international conferences.
His first book, The Dutch Media Monopoly, is recommended by the world-leading scholars James Curran, Robert McChesney and Mark Deuze. His third book, which analyzes the global media debates on Noam Chomsky, is under contract with Routledge.