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Anthony McNicholas writes on EastEnders as a public service soap opera

Anthony McNicholas, director of the CAMRI PhD programme, has this week written for the History of the BBC project about the role of EastEnders as a public service soap […]

1 September 2021

British Broadcasting Challenge: for us, by us, about us

Westminster media professors Jean Seaton and Steve Barnett, along with CAMRI Doctoral Researcher Christopher Day, are part of a group that has just launched a major campaign to protect […]

1 September 2021
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The War Against the BBC – Barnett and Barwise

Professor Steven Barnett, and Patrick Barwise, emeritus professor of management and marketing at London Business School, discuss the war against the BBC. In this clip, from a conference hosted […]

1 September 2021

Whatever happened to local TV? Steven Barnett speaks to BBC News

Prof. Steven Barnett has been interviewed for an article about the changing face of local television. The article, by Ian Youngs for the BBC, examines whether local television operators […]

1 September 2021

Doug Specht speaks to CCTV-2 about digital regulation and internet television

Doug Specht recently spoke with CCTV about the future of internet television, regulation, and the present landscape of British broadcasting. Parts of this interview were featured in a news […]

1 September 2021

Manisha Ganguly wins Amnesty Media Award

Manisha Ganguly, along with her team at BBC Arabic has won the Amnesty Media Award 2020 in the Broadcast News Category- For ‘Idlib Double Tap’. The award was presented for […]

1 September 2021

Matthew Linfoot interviewed on BBC Radio London, celebrating 50 years of broadcasting

BBC Radio London began its first broadcast on 6th October, 1970, 50 years later Matthew Linfoot joined Vanessa Feltz to celebrate the long running London service. During the interview, […]

1 September 2021

Why we must examine Johnson’s BBC ‘choices’; Jean Seaton in the FT

Professor Jean Seaton has joined Professor Timothy Garton Ash, Will Hutton and Damian Tambini in writing to the Financial Times about the need to examine Johnson’s BBC ‘choices’. The […]

1 September 2021

Jean Seaton speaks to The Guardian about Johnson’s plans for Ofcom and the BBC

Following the news that Boris Johnson has reportedly offered jobs at the head of two of Britain’s most important media organisations to two outspoken critics of the BBC, Jean […]

1 September 2021

Jean Seaton comments on the BBC’s plan to axe radio reporters

Jean Seaton has been interviewed by The Observer about the BBC’s plans to axe radio reporters. The article, by Vanessa Thorpe, details plans by the BBC to require all […]

1 September 2021
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