Media and Philosophy
Media policy in Britain
Cairncross review: two cheers and two fears for the future of UK journalism
Daily Mail: new editor and new ‘enemies of the people’
Queer in Your Ear: Connecting Space, Community, and Identity in LGBT BBC Radio Programs, 1992–2000
LGBTQ+ and Radio/Audio Media Symposium Introduction
Religious Intolerance: A challenge for the European Media
Reform charity law to allow funding of public interest journalism
Allegations against Fox insufficient for judicial review of merger decision (Avaaz Foundation v Ofcom)
How can creating a public service internet challenge the power of Google and Facebook?
How Corbyn’s Plan To Tax Google And Facebook Could Create A Public Service Internet
How do Public Service Broadcasters Make a Case for Themselves? An Analysis of BBC’s “Charter Manifestos”
Teaching vicarious trauma in the journalism classroom: An examination of educational provision in UK universities
Literary India at the BBC
BBC Experiments in Local Radio Broadcasting 1961–62
Radio Modernisms: Features, Cultures and the BBC
Geordie Greig: what to expect from the Daily Mail’s next editor
Youth radio is in interesting times.
The government scuppers Leveson Part 2: is Britain’s press undermining democracy?
Distribution Dilemmas for Public Service Media: Evidence from the BBC
UK can lead the way on ethical AI, says Lords Committee, citing work of Mercedes Bunz
Who are the Bullies?
Why Theresa May’s plan to save local journalism could end up benefiting media moguls
Fake News Is Not Just The Word Of The Year, But A Danger To Democracy That Can Only Be Overcome By Adequate Legal And Media Reforms
As it turns 50, BBC Local Radio needs fresh ideas to survive the digital onslaught
A leading political journalist has claimed that partisan websites are “waging guerrilla war” against the BBC
Channel 4: “Now no difference in value between an All 4 impact and a linear one”
Karen Bradley Stands Up To The Murdochs – But Has Ofcom Lost Its Bottle?
Unveiling BBC talent’s pay is a deliberate attempt to undermine a great British institution
David Gauntlett at the BFI Media Conference
The hollowing out of public service media: a constructivist institutionalist analysis of the commercialisation of BBC’s in-house production
Daily Mail vs The Guardian: why did editor Paul Dacre lose his rag?
New Videonet report: Next-generation multiscreen operations – how big is the fork in the road?
Don’t Underestimate The Power Of Britain’s Right-Wing Press
Why we need “Robo Laws”
I don’t care about Pippa Middleton’s wedding—nor do most Britons
Sick of “strong and stable leadership”? Blame brain scans
As Prince Phillip sets the media ablaze, here’s why we still find the royal family so compelling
Murdoch has had too many favours
Full ownership of Sky will increase Rupert Murdoch’s power
Playboy magazine’s return to nudity is a naked bid to cover up its irrelevance
Prof Steven Barnett writes to FT about their view on Leveson
The Crosland Legacy: The Future of British Social Democracy
Murdoch Sky bid is a nasty Christmas headache for the culture secretary
The Political Quarterly: Chilcot Collection
Impress vs IPSO: A chasm, not a cigarette paper
History repeated as IPSO morphs into the PCC
Press regulation in Britain: a step forward – and a step back
Tony Wright Discusses Democracy in Britain with Jean Seaton for Political Quarterly
Not as nice as it looks
Does Theresa May really want an independent BBC? The jury’s out
The Tragic Downfall of British Media
A rollicking exposé of the beastliness of the Murdoch press
What does contestable funding mean for children’s TV in Britain?
The BBC, the White Paper and the Future of UK Children’s Content
Yes, the BBC is penitent over the Savile abuse scandal. And now it must lead
Future of BBC should not be left to this committee of MPs
UK might get a press watchdog with teeth
Why new regulator could be a game-changing moment for journalism
Bosses’ right to snoop on staff emails is an invasion of privacy and ignores the way we work
How the Fearmongering ‘Sun’ Distorts Its Polls
The Press Recognition Panel is far from a waste of time and money
Politics versus public interest in battle over press regulation
Is Cameron surrendering to press power?
Plurality, Policy and the Local: Can hyperlocals fill the gap?
VIEWPOINT: A MALICIOUS AND UNDEMOCRATIC ASSAULT ON THE BBC
Why the BBC Trust must not be abolished
Is Leveson dead or merely sleeping?
General Election Analysis: Four reasons why a partisan press helped win it for the Tories
Why Leveson is alive and well, despite the election result
New Book: Media Power and Plurality
Is the BBC safe in the hands of Britain’s new culture secretary?
After Patten, the BBC needs a steady hand that can reshape it in testing times
Why the BBC’s Future Hangs on This Election
‘Toothless’ press regulator is a busted flush, but genuine post-Leveson reform is still on the way
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