Carl Jones delivers ‘Fake News’ lecture for 1,400 secondary students

Carl W. Jones Snr Lecturer of PR & Advertising Ba Hons course talked earlier this week via the software Microsoft teams to nearly 1,400 students across the UK about […]

7 May 2020

Fake News ‘spotters guide’ developed by Doug Specht and Julio Gimenez used in The Irish Times, and translated

Doug Specht and Julio Gimenez recently wrote for The Conversation about how to spot bogus news stories and to read like a scientist. Based on their research with the […]

7 May 2020

CAMRI Scholars Support Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) across UK

On Wednesday last week the Westminster School of Media and Communication’s EPQ team delivered a workshop for the Hertfordshire branch of the School Librarians Association. The workshop aimed to […]

7 May 2020

Can Music Make You Sick? Phase 2 published

In 2016, Help Musicians UK commissioned the University of Westminster and MusicTank to undertake the largest known study into the working conditions of musicians. Preliminary findings suggested that while […]

7 May 2020

Doug Specht Chairs Defending Rights Defenders Event

On the 25th September 2017, ENCA hosted an event entitled ‘Defending Rights Defenders’ on board the Tattershall Castle, a boat moored on the River Thames. ENCA was strongly supported […]

7 May 2020

Tarik Sabry invited to speak at NYU

Tarik Sabry has been invited by NYU along with two other academics to talk to their graduate students about the development of the field of Middle Eastern Media and […]

7 May 2020

British Library makes Mary Kay Culpepper and her work a case study of good practice

CAMRI PhD Student, Mary Kay, explains to the British Library team how attending a British Library Doctoral Open Day introduced her to invaluable research resources, advice and expertise. In […]

7 May 2020

David Gauntlett made ‘Ambassador of Creativity’ to Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

David Gauntlett has been appointed as Ambassador of Creativity’ to Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. David, who is renowned for his use of LEGO to foster creative thinking […]

7 May 2020

CAMRI Staff interviewed for BBC3 about Music and Depression

‘The idea that DJs and electronic artists may suffer mental health difficulties as a result of their work is an idea that should, to any critical thinker, be obvious’, writes […]

3 September 2016

Foreign Office Award: Pioneering South Asian Journalism Project

Professor Jean Seaton and Rosie Thomas have just won a prestigious contract from the Foreign Office to extend their pioneering South Asian Journalism Project. The programme – which is the […]

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