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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 […]

20th September 2019

Call for Papers for AI for Everyone? Critical Perspectives (Open access peer-review edited volume)

Publisher: University of Westminster Press Series: Critical, Digital and Social Media Studies Editor: Pieter Verdegem (University of Westminster)   Introduction and General Description This collection of contributions brings together […]

11th September 2019

Doug Specht appears on Sky News and LBC to discuss fires in the Amazon Rainforest.

This year has seen unprecedented numbers of fires raging across the Amazon forest. Brazil’s National Institute for Space Research detected 74,000 separate fires by mid-August, an increase of 83% […]

23rd August 2019
 

Steven Barnett discusses the Heather Mills settlement on Sky News

Following the settling of Heather Mills’ phone-hacking case against the News of the World for a “substantial” sum, Steven Barnett reflects on the apology from News Group Newspapers to […]

9th July 2019

Burns and Radden Keefe win Orwell Prize 2019

This year’s Orwell Prize, which is presented by the Orwell Foundation, and overseen by Jean Seaton, has been won by Anna Burns and Patrick Radden Keefe. The following report […]

3rd July 2019

CfP: Digital/Communicative Socialism, edited by Christian Fuchs, Special Issue of the Journal Communication, Capitalism & Critique

tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique is a Marxist journal of media and communication studies. Its special issue “Digital/Communicative Socialism” asks: What is digital/communicative socialism? The special issue will publish […]

26th June 2019

Professor Jean Seaton wins ICA Fellows Book Award

Professor Seaton’s co-authored book ‘Power Without Responsibility’ was given the 2019 International Communication Association (ICA) Fellows Book Award for the book that has most influenced the discipline.  The book, […]

8th June 2019

Aliaksandr Herasimenka interviewed about Russia’s plans to set-up a ‘sovereign internet’

CAMRI Doctoral Researcher, Aliaksandr Herasimenka, has been interviewed by The Express about Russia’s plans to set-up a ‘sovereign internet’. The story, by Katie Sewell, reports that President Vladimir Putin […]

8th June 2019

Alessandro D’Arma awarded AHRC funding to run an international research network on “Innovations in PSM Policies”

Alessandro D’Arma has been awarded a grant under the AHRC Research Networking Scheme to set up an international research network of academics and stakeholders to develop a research agenda […]

28th May 2019

CAMRI Scholars Support Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) across UK

On Wednesday last week the Westminster School of Media and Communication’s EPQ team delivered a workshop for the Hertfordshire branch of the School Librarians Association. The workshop aimed to […]

28th May 2019
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