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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 […]

9 February 2021
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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 […]

9 February 2021
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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 […]

9 February 2021
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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 […]

9 February 2021
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Andrea Medrado elected as IAMCR Vice President

In July this year, the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) held elections for its Executive Board (EB) and International Council (IC). Andrea Medrado, who has just […]

9 February 2021
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Jean Seaton celebrates the publishing of Animal Farm with appearances on BBC Radio 4 and APR

Last Monday marked the 75th anniversary of the publication of Animal Farm by George Orwell. To celebrate this birthday, Jean Seaton took to BBC Radio 4 and NPR to […]

9 February 2021
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Orwell Youth Prize Winning Story predicts A-Level results fiasco

The Orwell Foundation, headed by Jean Seaton, is hugely proud of Orwell Youth Prize winner Jessica Johnson, whose story ‘A Band Apart’, about a dystopian future where an algorithm […]

9 February 2021
 

The Orwell Prizes, and Orwell Youth Prizes 2020 Announced

The Orwell Prizes aim to encourage good writing and thinking about politics. The prizes are overseen by Prof. Jean Seaton who is Director of the the Orwell Foundation. Winning […]

9 February 2021
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CAMRI Scores High in the 2020 QS World University Ranking

The University of Westminster has ranked in 31st place for media and communication studies in the 2020 QS World University Rankings. This result reflects the high quality and international […]

9 February 2021
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‘PSM and young people’ – Workshop 2 of the ‘InnoPSM’ Research Network

Alessandro D’Arma reports on the second workshop of his AHRC-funded ‘InnoPSM’ Research Network. The second workshop of the AHRC-funded Research Network on Innovation in Public Service Media Policies (‘InnoPSM’) […]

9 February 2021
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