Stefania Carini is a writer, content stretegist, journalist based in Milan, Italy.
As a media consultant, she has worked for Netflix, Universal, Discovery, Google, Mediaset, Rai, Sky, RCS, Cubo Unipol, Il Post.
As a freelance journalist, she writes for Italian national newspapers like Corriere della Sera, La Repubblica, Il Foglio, Link, Europa. Il Post and many others. She works for Rsi, Radio Svizzera Italiana. She writes and produces podcasts, as Da Vermicino in poi and Fratture.
She is the author of several articles and essays, as well books: Il Testo Espanso (2009), on the subject of Quality TV, Les Revenants (2015), an analysis and study of the famous French TV series, Ogni canzone mi parla di te (2018), an eassy about pop music and love. His latest book is Le ragazze di Mister Jo ( 2022), a children novel about Joanna Borella, first indian girl adopted in Italy in 1967, who is now a football coach, teaching little girls to score a goal.
As a Tv writer, she produces documentaries and specials about cinema and television for Italian TV channels like Sky Arte, Rai, Mediaset, and Studio Universal. As a screenwriting consultant, she works for Sky and Fox.
In 2021 she launched Effetti Personali, stories during the pandemic in NoLo, a neighboorhood in Milan. The project won the European Journalism COVID-19 Support Fund.
She has been a member of the jury in different festivals, such as Séries Mania (Paris, Lille), Roma Fiction Fest, Tous Écran (Ginevre),
She holds a Ph.D. in Communication from the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan,. She teaches screenwriting and journalism.