New Report: Public service broadcasting in the age of video on demand inquiry

The Lords Communications and Digital Select Committee have published the finding of their enquiry on Public Service Broadcasting. The report, for which Prof. Steven Barnett acted as Specialist Advisor, […]

14th November 2019

Anastasia Denisova discusses how memes spread (and why we can’t stop them)

Anastasia Denisova recently appeared on BBC Ideas to discuss how social media platforms, such as Facebook and Twitter, are changing our societies and the way that we think about […]

14th November 2019

Christian Fuchs discusses Twitter on BBC Radio 4

A BBC Radio 4 programme, hosted by David Baker, and broadcast on the 18th December, asks how did Twitter, invented to allow friends to keep track of each other’s […]

14th November 2019

Jean Seaton interviewed for BBC’s ‘Being Gerry Adams’

Thirty years ago the British government took an almost unprecedented decision – to ban the voices of Sinn Fein and other groups in Northern Ireland associated with terrorism from […]

14th November 2019

Steven Barnett discusses what Cliff Richard versus the BBC means for press freedom

On Wednesday Sir Cliff Richard was awarded a minimum of £210,000 in damages after successfully suing the BBC for a serious breach of his privacy. The court ruling followed […]

14th November 2019

Why was there no news on 18th April 1930?

On 18 April 1930, the BBC’s news announcer had nothing to communicate. “There is no news,” was the script of the 20:45 news bulletin, before piano music was played […]

14th November 2019

Jean Seaton on BBC World Service

Jean Seaton recently appears on the BBC World Service’s Click programme to discuss Orwell and the Future of Surveillance. “If liberty means anything at all, it means the right […]

14th November 2019

Orwell Statue unveiled at the BBC

On the 7th November at Broadcasting House in London, the BBC erected a statue to the author of ‘Nineteen Eighty-Four’, with the words “Liberty” engraved on it. Prof. Jean […]

14th November 2019

Matthew Linfoot will speak on all 40 BBC Local Radio stations this Sunday

Dr Matthew Linfoot with be a contributor on ‘Friendly Radio’, a radio documentary celebrating the 50th anniversary of BBC Local Radio, being broadcast on all 40 BBC Local Radio […]

14th November 2019

Matthew Linfoot to appear on The Network That Never Was

Dr Matthew Linfoot, course leader in BA Radio and Digital Production at the Westminster School of Media Art and Design, will be a guest on the The Network That […]

14th November 2019
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