Katya Adler wins 2019 British Journalism Review Charles Wheeler Award

Katya Adler has won the 2019 Charles Wheeler award for Outstanding Contribution to Broadcast Journalism, which is now in its 11th year. Katya is the BBC’s Europe editor, and […]

15th May 2019

Anastasia Denisova discusses how memes spread (and why we can’t stop them)

Anastasia Denisova recently appeared on BBC Ideas to discuss how social media platforms, such as Facebook and Twitter, are changing our societies and the way that we think about […]

8th May 2019

US Media Power and the Empire of Liberty: building on the work of Aouragh and Chakravartty

Following the publication of Infrastructures of Empire: Towards a Critical Geopolitics of Media and Information Studies by Miriyam Aouragh and Paula Chakravartty, a new article by Chakravartty seeks to […]

4th April 2019

Doug Specht speaks on ‘Escaping the Cartographic Gaze’ at the Geospatial World Forum

This week Doug Specht presented his work on the Cartographic Gaze at the Geospatial World Forum, held this year in Amsterdam. Based on his recent work published in Westminster […]

4th April 2019

Call for Papers: Psychoanalysis, Sexualities and Networked Media

Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society Special Issue: Psychoanalysis, Sexualities and Networked Media Edited by Jacob Johanssen (CAMRI, University of Westminster, For psychoanalysis, sexuality, how it is both individually thought […]

23rd March 2019

No conceivable journalistic public interest in publishing New Zealand shooter’s video says Steven Barnett

Following the tragic events in New Zealand on 15th March, where a gunman live streamed himself opening fire in a New Zealand mosque killing 50 people, the media faced […]

20th March 2019

Christian Fuchs on Sky News about the Christchurch terrorist’s livestreaming of his attacks

. The fascist terrorist who attacked two mosques in Christchurch livestreamed his killings over Facebook. He killed 50 Muslims and injured a further 50. Christian Fuchs, co-director of the […]

19th March 2019

Prof Steven Barnett appointed as specialist adviser to the House of Lords Communications Committee

Prof Steven Barnett has been appointed as specialist adviser to the House of Lords Communications Committee for its new inquiry into video on demand services and public service broadcasting. […]

15th March 2019

CAMRI and DIGSUM co-organised Critical Digital and Social Media Research-Conference in Umeå

The conference “Critical Digital and Social Media Research” took place at Umeå University in Sweden from March 6-9. Umeå University’s Centre for Digital Social Research (DIGSUM) and the University […]

15th March 2019

Christian Fuchs interviewed by O Globo about Twitter and authoritarian Leaders

Christian Fuchs was recently interviewed by O Globo, Brazil’s second largest newspaper, about Twitter and authoritarian Leaders. The article explored the tweeting actions of Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro, as well […]

12th March 2019
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