Steven Barnett speaks to The Tablet about the increasing collusion between the government and the press

Professor Steven Barnett has spoken with Julia Langdon for an article on collusion between the government and the press, published by The Tablet. The article explores the ways in […]

7 June 2022
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Jean Seaton speaks to RTS about how the BBC has resurrected shortwave radio to inform Russians about the war in Ukraine

Prof. Jean Seaton has spoken to Switzerland’s RTS news about the way in which the BBC is using old technologies to help share information about the war in Ukraine. […]

7 June 2022

CAMRI researchers receive funding from Arts and Humanities Research Council for research to mark the BBC’s centenary

Aasiya Lodhi, Senior Lecturer in the School of Media and Communication, and Dr Matthew Linfoot, Principal Lecturer from the School of Media and Communication, have been awarded funding by the […]

7 June 2022

CAMRI Scholars provide evidence to The Communications and Digital Committee inquiry on the future of BBC funding

In February 2022 the UK Parliament Communications and Digital Committee launched a new inquiry into the future funding of the BBC. The inquiry follows comments by Culture Secretary Nadine […]

7 June 2022

Steven Barnett speaks to the FT about Nadine Dorries pressuring Ofcom over RT

Prof. Steven Barnett has spoken to the Financial Times in response to UK Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries calling for Ofcom to remove access to RT in the UK. As […]

7 June 2022
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Jean Seaton joins 100 cultural figures to discuss 100 years of the BBC for The Observer

To celebrate 100 years of the BBC The Observer Magazine brought together 100 cultural figures to give their thoughts on the history of the corporation. Prof. Jean Seaton joined […]

7 June 2022

Jean Seaton speaks to Tagesschau about the BBC and the Licence Fee

Jean Seaton has spoken to Imke Köhler of Tagesschau at the ARD-Studio London. In the interview Seaton discussed the role of the licence fee in funding the work of […]

7 June 2022

Why BBC licence fee freeze feels like political revenge – a letter to the FT

CAMRI Scholars, Prof. Jean Seaton and Prof. Steven Barnett, along with Doctoral Researcher Christopher Day, and others from the world of media and broadcasting, have written to the FT […]

7 June 2022

Steven Barnett speaks to The Guardian about the government’s assault on BBC licence fee

On Sunday culture secretary Nadine Dorries tweeted that “this licence fee announcement will be the last“. This barely veiled threat to the BBC and its funding was seen by […]

7 June 2022

Steven Barnett delivers Shirley Williams lecture on the BBC’s centenary, its contribution to public life, and threats to its survival

On 2nd December, Professor Steven Barnett delivered the most recent Shirley Williams lecture, titled: “100 years of the BBC: Britain’s extraordinary gift to the world, but for how much […]

7 June 2022
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