Maria Michalis presents at ‘Key Trends on the Audiovisual Markers and Regulation’

Maria Michalis, European policy adviser for the European Alliance of Listeners’ and Viewers’ Associations, participated last week in the conference ‘Key Trends on the Audiovisual Markers and Regulation’ organised […]


CALL FOR PAPERS: Rights and plight: cultural counter-narratives of the migrant and refugee experiences

CALL FOR PAPERS: Rights and plight: cultural counter-narratives of the migrant and refugee experiences Conference organised by the: Communication and Media Research Institute (CAMRI) The Centre for Research and […]


Xin Xin interviewed about China’s Global Times Warnings of War With U.S.

Xin Xin was interviewed by Mark Hanrahan of NBC News about the reporting style of China’s Global Times. We reproduce the article here with kind permission. Donald Trump’s administration […]


Prof. Christian Fuchs interviewed on Trump and the evolution of politics for Sky News.

Drawing upon his article offering a critical theory-perspective on authoritarian capitalism and Donald Trump published last week by TripleC, Professor Christian Fuchs speaks to Tom Cheshire of Sky News […]


Voz Collaborates with Bournemouth University’s Civic Media Hub to Map Tear Gas Usage

Voz, a platfrom devised by CAMRI Research Associate, Doug Specht, to document human rights and environmental abuses around the globe, was relaunched this month as version 2.0. As part […]


Jean Seaton’s Unreported Britain project examines The Remembrance Day bombing 30 years on

The Unreported Britain project, run by The Orwell Prize and the Joseph Rowntree Foundation this week examined the Remembrance Day bombing 30 years on, and how parents in Northern […]


Steven Barnett interviewed about Jo Cox for information.dk

This week, Professor Steven Barnett was interviewed by Danish newspaper Dagbladet Information as part of an article on post-Brexit media and the political atmosphere in the UK. In the […]

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New Book: Everyday Media Culture in Africa: Audiences and Users

This book, co-edited by Winston Mano (and Wendy Willems) addresses the everyday lived experiences of Africans in their interaction with different kinds of media: old and new, state and […]


New Book: Media and Politics in Contemporary Italy

Alessandro D’Arma’s new book was published today, and is available from Rowman and Littlefield Media and Politics in Contemporary Italy is the first book to provide a comprehensive examination […]

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University of Westminster’s Impact on the Speaker’s Commission on Digital Democracy’s New Report “Open Up!”

The “Open Up!” report discusses how parliament can become a more open and more public sphere and asks what role Digital Media can play. The University of Westminster’s Centre […]

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