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Critical reflection on the queen’s life or the monarchy’s role in modern society limited by UK press says Steven Barnett

Speaking to Associated Press on the day before the official funeral of Queen Elizebeth II, Professor Steven Barnett noted that coverage has been ‘deferential to a fault’, and expressed […]

19 September 2022
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Maria Michalis interviewed about PSB for RTV Slovenia

Maria Michalis was interviewed for a special report on the funding of public service broadcasting, for the evening news bulletin of RTV Slovenia (2ndSeptember 2022). She talked about the […]

19 September 2022
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CAMRI welcomes new director, Professor Graham Meikle

The Communication and Media Research Institute at the University of Westminster has this week appointed Professor Graham Meikle as new director. Meikle’s appointment comes following Professor Christian Fuchs’ move […]

19 September 2022
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Peter Cunliffe-Jones writes on media literacy and misinformation

Following last week’s launch of the Misinformation Policy in Sub-Saharan Africa policy briefing, project lead Peter Cunliffe-Jones has been sharing insights from the briefing across a wide range of […]

19 September 2022
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MA Music Businesses Management graduate publishes thesis on Moral Music Management: Ethical Decision-Making After Avicii

Following the publication of thesis’ from alumni Sam Edrisi  and Dominic Athanassiou  another student from the MA Music Businesses Management has secured a peer-reviewed academic journal publication for a reworked version of […]

19 September 2022
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Peter Cunliffe-Jones speaks to SABC about tackling misinformation in the media space

This year’s World Press Freedom Day theme was “Information as a Public Good.” It recognised the globe’s fast-changing communications systems that impact democracies, human rights and even our health. […]

19 September 2022
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George Musgrave speaks to Euronews about what the return of the BRIT Awards symbolises for the music industry

. Dr. George Musgrave was interviewed live on Euronews discussing what the return of the BRIT Awards symbolises for the music industry. Drawing on his research on mental health, […]

19 September 2022
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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 […]

19 September 2022
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CAMRI Alumnus, Peter Block, publishes ‘Accessing databases in the UK broadcast industry: implications for improving the diversity of the workforce’

The Campaign for Broadcasting Equality (CBE) commissioned Dr Peter L. Block to develop a methodology which Ofcom might apply to addressing the matter of ‘Finding A Diverse Range of […]

19 September 2022
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Ed Bracho-Polanco interviewed about Parler and the right-wing exodus from Twitter

Ed Bracho-Polanco has been interviewed by the Media Diversity Institute about the social media platform Parler. The article, by Mikhail Yakovlev, notes that after Twitter started adding warning messages […]

19 September 2022
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