About Clio Media

Clio Media Ltd is jointly run by two of the UK most well-established national newspaper journalists, Tanith Carey and Anthony Harwood. 

Tanith and Anthony have more than 25 years of experience each writing for publications and news websites all over the world.

Their huge portfolio includes opinion pieces, news stories, investigations and reports on social trends for papers, magazines and sites ranging from the Daily Telegraph,  The Times and The Guardian to Newsweek and the International Business Times. 

You will have seen or heard us on:

Radio Four Woman's Hour, You and Yours, Loose Ends, LBC, This Morning, Lorraine, GMTV, BBC 6 O'Clock News, ITV News.

 

Who we are

Tanith Carey

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Tanith Carey is a national newspaper journalist and author writes books which offer a lucid analysis of the most pressing challenges facing today’s parents

Her eight books to date have been translated into 15 languages, including German, French, Arabic, Chinese, Korean and Turkish.

They include Taming the Tiger Parent - How to Put your Child’s Wellbeing First in a Competitive World - which examined the impact of competitive parenting on children and parents. It received praise as  ‘a critique to re-orientate parenting’ from Steve Biddulph and was described as ‘insightful and shrewd’ by Sir Anthony Seldon. 

It has also been cited in books by the world’s best-known educationalist, Sir Ken Robinson, and Tanith has also written on the subject for the academic journal University and College Counseling. 

Tanith’s other two titles on parenting, Girls Uninterrupted: Steps for Building Stronger Girls (2015) in a Challenging World' and its predecessor, ‘Where Has My Little Girl Gone?’ (2011), have also helped position Tanith as one of the UK media’s leading commentators on girls’ well-being.

Tanith’s analysis of the causes and effects of tiger parenting for The Guardian has now been shared more than 22,000 times.

As an award-winning journalist, Tanith also writes on social trends, parenting and family relationships for a wide range of newspapers and magazines around the world including The Daily Telegraph, the Guardian and the Daily Mail.

During her ten years at the Daily Mirror, her executive roles included Woman's Editor and Features Editor.

Soon after the birth of her first child, Tanith was awarded Consumer Journalist of the Year – and later that year moved to New York as The Mirror's US Editor, a position she held jointly with Anthony Harwood.

As well as being named Consumer Journalist of the Year at the London Press Awards, Tanith has also been nominated as National Newspaper Health Writer of the Year as well as receiving a UK Press Gazette Scoop of the Year nomination for her investigative journalism.

She was nominated for Feature Writer of the Year (popular press) at the 2017 UK Press Awards held by the Society of Editors.

Tanith is also a regular presence on TV and radio programmes, which have included the NBC Today Show in the US, Radio Four Woman’s Hour and You and Yours, This Morning, the Lorraine Show and Good Morning Britain. Her speaking engagements have included the Cheltenham Science Festival and the Girls’ School Association Conference. 

Tanith carey on the web


 

Anthony Harwood

Anthony Harwood has enjoyed a long career at the forefront of national newspapers. 

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After he leaving Edinburgh University he worked at a news agency before joining the Daily Mirror as a reporter in 1993. He was Deputy News Editor at the time of 9/11 and the War on Terror when the paper won Newspaper of the Year at the British Press Awards.

In 2003 he was made US Editor travelling throughout North, Central and South America. 

After covering the Bush-Kerry presidential election in 2004 Anthony was recalled to London in 2005 where he was made the paper's News Editor. 

Two months after his return he was in charge of the paper's coverage of the 7/7 terrorist attacks, for which the Daily Mirror later won ‘ Team of the Year’ at the British Press Awards. 

During his time as news editor the paper won two Scoops of the Year and was runner-up as Newspaper of the Year at the British Press Awards in 2007.

In 2010, as Head of News, he ran the paper’s General Election Desk for the poll which saw the arrival of the first coalition in nearly 30 years.

In the same year he was working at the opposite end of the political spectrum after joining the Daily Mail as Executive News Editor. 

By 2013 he was the paper’s Foreign Editor working alongside MailOnline to combine the Daily Mail’s print and digital operations.

In 2015 Anthony left the Mail to set up Clio Media in which he specialises in foreign news with articles published by The Guardian, The Independent, Daily Telegraph, The Scotsman, Glasgow Herald, International Business Times, Huffington Post and Newsweek.

Anthony has a masters degree at Edinburgh University where he read Politics and Modern History, specialising in American Studies.

Anthony Harwood on the web


 

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