CAMRI’s work on China cited by Swiss Magazine

The Swiss magazine, MEDIENWOCHE, in an article about China’s expanding foreign media, has drawn heavily on work by CAMRI scholars. The article, which is published in German, suggests the […]

4th October 2018

Jean Seaton appointed as a fellow of the Imperial War Museum Institute for the Public Understanding of War and Conflict

Prof. Jean Seaton has been appointed as a fellow of the IWM Institute for the Public Understanding of War and Conflict. The project aims to draw on the knowledge […]

26th September 2018

University of Westminster welcomes roundtable on Geographic Standards.

On Friday 21st September the University of Westminster welcomed the ‘Geographic Standard for the UK: Priorities’ roundtable to our Regent Street campus. The event, which was organised by members […]

26th September 2018

MusicTank host ‘Sounding Out: Young People and Radio’

The free Sounding Out: Young People and Radio event is to take place on October 10 2018 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm at the Sackler Space, Roundhouse, Camden. […]

20th September 2018

Why tech billionaires are buying American newsrooms: Steven Barnett interviewed for Yahoo News

Following last weeks purchase of Time Magazine by Marc Benioff, Yahoo News asks why wealthy tech entrepreneurs are so keen to take control of news outlets. The article, by […]

20th September 2018

Jean Seaton interviewed for BBC’s ‘Being Gerry Adams’

Thirty years ago the British government took an almost unprecedented decision – to ban the voices of Sinn Fein and other groups in Northern Ireland associated with terrorism from […]

6th September 2018

Xin Xin discusses Why China’s tech-savvy millennials are quitting WeChat

Disillusioned users are leaving China’s most popular social network over growing privacy fears, writes Laurie Chen for the South China Morning Post. The article, published this week discusses the […]

1st August 2018

Call for Chapters – Mapping Crisis: Participation, Datafication, and Humanitarianism in the Age of Digital Mapping.

This call for chapters welcomes abstract submissions on the theme of Mapping Crisis for publication in an edited volume. This book aims to bring together critical perspectives on the […]

1st August 2018

Steven Barnett discusses what Cliff Richard versus the BBC means for press freedom

On Wednesday Sir Cliff Richard was awarded a minimum of £210,000 in damages after successfully suing the BBC for a serious breach of his privacy. The court ruling followed […]

19th July 2018

Dacre’s departure from the Daily Mail “will lead into a different kind of national discourse,” says Steven Barnett in the Atlantic

This week, an article in The Atlantic, by Tom Rachman, asks if Geordie Greig, the incoming editor of the Daily Mail, might be the man to change to shape […]

18th July 2018
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