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Doctoral Researcher, Helen Jay, writes on the need for a Public Service Internet

Doctoral Researcher, Helen Jay, has written for Scientific American on the need for a Public Service Internet to Free Us from Big Tech’s Grasp. In the article, Jay discusses […]

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Musab Iqbal speaks to BBC Urdu about the violence in Delhi and the CAA

Musab Iqbal was recently invited on to the popular BBC Urdu programme Sairbeen to discuss the violence in Delhi and the future of protest against the discriminatory citizenship bill […]

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Jean Seaton appears on BBC R4’s Orwell in Five Words

70 years on from George Orwell’s death, documentary-maker Phil Tinline takes five words that resonate through his work and tests out what light they can shed on our problems […]

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Your Views wanted: Public Service Media/Internet Utopias Survey

A major new survey aims to bring together visions for the future of public service media, the Internet, and communication by answering three short questions! . Take the survey […]

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Christian Fuchs interviewed by WSJ about how Tech Giants Have Hijacked the Web

The Wall Street Journal interviewed Christian Fuchs this week about combating online monopolies. The article focuses on the way in which some innovators are developing new internet platforms to […]

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Anastasia Denisova discusses how memes spread (and why we can’t stop them)

Anastasia Denisova recently appeared on BBC Ideas to discuss how social media platforms, such as Facebook and Twitter, are changing our societies and the way that we think about […]

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Steven Barnett speaks to Tagesspiegel about a possible coup in the Conservative party.

A group of British Tory delegates wants to overthrow their own government, suggests Tagesspiegel, in an article published on the 26th October. The group, it is suggested, is made […]

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Hancock’s intention not to send Comcast’s Sky bid for review “perfectly rational,” says Steven Barnett

In an interview with Bloomberg, Prof. Steven Barnett has described  Culture Secretary Matt Hancock’s intention not to send Comcast’s Sky bid for review, is “perfectly rational,”. His comments come […]

 

CAMRI PhD graduate interviewed by The Times about CGTN’s new UK headquarters

Dr. Vivien Marsh, who recently completed her PhD, on China’s external media, at CAMRI, has been interviewed by The Times about China Global Television Network’s (CGTN) plans to create […]

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Event report: Towards 2018 Zimbabwe Elections: Democratic Challenges and Opportunities

The following report was written by Alphonce Shiundu, a student of MA Media and Development, following the ‘Towards 2018 Zimbabwe Elections: Decomocratic Challenges and Opportunities’ event, held at the […]

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