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Steven Barnett discusses the BBC licence fee with Nicky Campbell on BBC 5Live

Last week Prof. Steven Barnett joined Nicky Cambell on BBC 5Live to discuss the BBC licence fee and the new government consultation. During the discussion he emphasised that the […]

19th February 2020

Steven Barnett discusses tabloid coverage of Caroline Flack

Following the death of Caroline Flack, Prof. Steven Barnett has spoken to Talk Radio and LBC about the coverage of the tabloid press, and press regulation. On Talk Radio […]

19th February 2020

Anthony Mcnicholas speaks to iNews about EastEnders’ 35th anniversary

Eastenders has been on our screens for 35 years. First broadcast in 1985 the soap has long been covering important topics that informed the public, improved understanding of social […]

18th February 2020

Jean Seaton appears on BBC R4’s Orwell in Five Words

70 years on from George Orwell’s death, documentary-maker Phil Tinline takes five words that resonate through his work and tests out what light they can shed on our problems […]

12th February 2020

New Book: Radio Modernisms

This new collection, edited by Aasiya Lodhi and Amanda Wrigley interrogates and stimulates deep, cross-disciplinary engagement with the various understandings and interplays of ‘radio modernisms’ from the early decades […]

7th February 2020

Sally-Anne Gross to speak at TMW 2020 Creative Impact Conference

The new music and city culture festival Tallinn Music Week (TMW) has revealed the first speakers and topics for the Creative Impact conference, including Programme Director of MA Music […]

29th January 2020

Call for Editorial Board Members – The Journal of African Media Studies

The Journal of African Media Studies (JAMS) is seeking expressions of interest from media and communication research professionals to join our Editorial Board. The opportunity will allow you to […]

29th January 2020

New Book: Social Media and Elections in Africa

A new book by Martin Ndlela and Winston Mano (eds)  brings together fresh evidence and new theoretical frameworks in a unique analysis of the increasing role of social media […]

14th January 2020

Maria Michalis elected as Vice-Chair of the MeCCSA Policy Network

Maria Michalis was elected Vice-Chair of the MeCCSA Policy Network, at the recent conference of the Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association. The aim of the network is to […]

14th January 2020

Prof. Jean Seaton interviewed by The Financial Times on Tory plans for BBC license Fee

The election win by the Conservative government under Boris Johnson will see credible threats against the BBC suggests an article in last week’s Financial Times. The article which points […]

20th December 2019
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