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Wretch 32 and LionHeart discuss the Richard Antwi Scholarship on BBC Radio London

Wretch 32, a British rapper, singer and songwriter from Tottenham joined LionHeart on BBC Radio London to discuss music, collaboration and those who have influenced his career. During the […]

31 March 2021

Christian Fuchs speaks to Newsweek about Trump’s plans for a new social media platform

It has been widely rumoured that Donald Trump will return to social media in the coming months. Not on Twitter, where he is now banned, but on his own […]

23 March 2021

Piers Morgan acts as a lightning rod to those who don’t like Meghan, says Steven Barnett

Following his article in The Conversation about the Harry and Meghan interview with Oprah, Prof. Steven Barnett spoke with the Washington Post about the complaints made against Piers Morgan, […]

22 March 2021

Doug Specht interviewed by Devex about why we need to think about ethics when using satellite data for development

Doug Specht was recently interviewed by Devex about the role of ethics in using satellites for development. In the article, Specht spoke about how if satellite data is used […]

26 February 2021
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The War Against the BBC – Barnett and Barwise

Professor Steven Barnett, and Patrick Barwise, emeritus professor of management and marketing at London Business School, discuss the war against the BBC. In this clip, from a conference hosted […]

22 February 2021

Whatever happened to local TV? Steven Barnett speaks to BBC News

Prof. Steven Barnett has been interviewed for an article about the changing face of local television. The article, by Ian Youngs for the BBC, examines whether local television operators […]

9 February 2021

Steven Barnett interviewed by NPR about Fox News and deplatforming

Fox News has been stoking rage on the right for decades. As the former president faces an impeachment trial for his role in the invasion of the Capitol, some […]

9 February 2021

Winston Mano speaks to Democracy Paradox about African Politics and Social Media

Recent events in the United States have shown how even the most established democracies have much to learn about democracy. But Winston Mano does not like to talk about […]

4 February 2021

Does online hate end with the end of Parler? Ed Bracho-Polanco speaks to the Media Diversity Institute

Ed Bracho-Polanco, was interviewed this week by the Media Diversity Institute (MDI) about hate speech and the end of Parler. In the article by Mikhail Yakovlev, Bracho-Polanco, tells MDI, […]

3 February 2021

CAMRI Alumnus, Peter Block, publishes ‘Accessing databases in the UK broadcast industry: implications for improving the diversity of the workforce’

The Campaign for Broadcasting Equality (CBE) commissioned Dr Peter L. Block to develop a methodology which Ofcom might apply to addressing the matter of ‘Finding A Diverse Range of […]

20 January 2021
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