Can conversational commerce catch on globally? – Winston Mano speaks to Vogue

  Winston Mano has spoken to Vogue about conversational commerce in Africa. Conversation commerce happens at the intersection between messaging apps and shopping, with text based conversations being used […]

26 June 2022
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Tarik Sabry discusses the future of Arab Cultural Studies at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität

Tarik Sabry recently joined the faculty and students of Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in München (Germany) to discuss the future of Arab Cultural Studies and the field of Critical Arab Cultural Studies.  […]

26 June 2022

Pieter Verdegem delivers keynote speech at the Foundation for European Progressive Studies

  On the 21st June 2022, Pieter Verdegem delivered a keynote speech at the ‘(im)possibility of an island? ethical AI in a geopolitical world‘ event hosted by the Foundation […]

26 June 2022

Ed Bracho-Polanco speaks at Media and Governance in Latin America conference at Jönköping University

Ed Bracho-Polanco recently joined scholars from around the world at the Media and Governance in Latin America conference hosted by Jönköping University, Sweden. The conference “Media and Governance in […]

26 June 2022
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Jean Seaton speaks at British Library event celebrating 100 years of the BBC

On Thursday 23rd June, Prof. Jean Seaton joined the the British Library and a panel of distinguished guests to take a critical look at the BBC on its 100th […]

26 June 2022
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Steven Barnett speaks at The Writers Union on the future of Channel 4

On the 8 June 2022 The Writers Union hosted a discussion event on the future of Channel 4. The event saw leading writers James Graham, Jack Thorne and Karissa […]

21 June 2022
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Sally Anne Gross speaks at Head First conference in Sydney

On Wednesday 25 May, Australia’s music industry gathered for the first ever Head First conference discussing mental health and wellbeing. Presented by Support Act and held at the Factory Theatre in Sydney, the […]

7 June 2022

Steven Barnett speaks to The Tablet about the increasing collusion between the government and the press

Professor Steven Barnett has spoken with Julia Langdon for an article on collusion between the government and the press, published by The Tablet. The article explores the ways in […]

7 June 2022
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Jean Seaton speaks to RTS about how the BBC has resurrected shortwave radio to inform Russians about the war in Ukraine

Prof. Jean Seaton has spoken to Switzerland’s RTS news about the way in which the BBC is using old technologies to help share information about the war in Ukraine. […]

16 May 2022

CAMRI researchers receive funding from Arts and Humanities Research Council for research to mark the BBC’s centenary

Aasiya Lodhi, Senior Lecturer in the School of Media and Communication, and Dr Matthew Linfoot, Principal Lecturer from the School of Media and Communication, have been awarded funding by the […]

4 May 2022
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