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Steven Barnett gives evidence at Lords Communications and Digital Committee inquiry into The Future of Journalism

Evidence presented by Prof. Steven Barnett to the Lords select committee inquiry on the Future of Journalism has now been published. In his statement, which can be read in […]

26 May 2020

Steven Barnett speaks to Bloomberg about the Governments missed targets and moving goalposts

A recent article from Bloomberg highlighted how the UK Government’s response to Coronavirus has been blunted by missed targets and moving goalposts. The article, by Joe Mayes, focused on […]

26 May 2020

Steven Barnett discusses tabloid coverage of Caroline Flack

Following the death of Caroline Flack, Prof. Steven Barnett has spoken to Talk Radio and LBC about the coverage of the tabloid press, and press regulation. On Talk Radio […]

26 May 2020

Steve Barnett calls The Sun’s Ben Stokes story “a brutally commercial decision”

Following Tuesday’s reporting of cricketer Ben Stokes family tragedy, Steve Barnett has spoken out on Radio5Live, LBC and for BBC Sport, about the ‘brutally commercial decision” taken by The […]

26 May 2020

Anastasia Denisova interviewed on ‘clickbait fashion’ for the Guardian

Following the posting of pictures on Instagram of a model wearing a pair of pink jeans with extreme rips by the US fashion brand Fashion Nova, and the backlash […]

26 May 2020

Jean Seaton and Steven Barnett attend roundtable on sustainable solutions to the local reporting deficit

On Wednesday 7th Novemeber The Guardian Foundation, Media Trust and The Orwell Foundation held a roundtable on the Crisis in Local Journalism and the need for expert voices in […]

26 May 2020

Dacre’s departure from the Daily Mail “will lead into a different kind of national discourse,” says Steven Barnett in the Atlantic

This week, an article in The Atlantic, by Tom Rachman, asks if Geordie Greig, the incoming editor of the Daily Mail, might be the man to change to shape […]

26 May 2020

Hugh Grant delivers speech at Power Without Responsibility book launch

Professor Jean Seaton and Professor James Curran launched the eighth edition of their book ‘Power Without Responsibility: Broadcasting, Press and Internet in Britain’ at the University of Westminster on […]

26 May 2020

Christian Fuchs in El Mundo: To Save Democracy, We Must Change Social Media Networks

WIAS and CAMRI Director, Professor Christian Fuchs, was interviewed by Carlos Fresneda in the Spanish daily El Mundo. In the interview, Fuchs states that the GDPR is an important […]

26 May 2020

The Guardian’s betrayal over Leveson part two

Leading media academics, including CAMRI staff, have written to the Guardian to express their concerns over the papers stance on Leveson part 2. The Guardian’s support for ending Leveson […]

26 May 2020
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