Peter Cunliffe-Jones writes on media literacy and misinformation

Following last week’s launch of the Misinformation Policy in Sub-Saharan Africa policy briefing, project lead Peter Cunliffe-Jones has been sharing insights from the briefing across a wide range of […]

16 June 2021

Success for CAMRI Scholars as UWP reaches 1 million views and downloads

Over 1 million views and downloads have now been achieved by the University of Westminster Press since publishing its first journal issue in September 2015. (Figures end April 2021). Many […]

16 June 2021

MA Music Businesses Management graduate publishes thesis on Moral Music Management: Ethical Decision-Making After Avicii

Following the publication of thesis’ from alumni Sam Edrisi  and Dominic Athanassiou  another student from the MA Music Businesses Management has secured a peer-reviewed academic journal publication for a reworked version of […]

11 June 2021

Professor Christian Fuchs for Gizmodo about whether we are ever going to run out of digital storage

Professor Christian Fuchs, Professor and Director of the Communication and Media Research Institute, was quoted in an article by Gizmodo about whether we are ever going to run out […]

9 June 2021
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Maria Michalis speaks to the European Audiovisual Observatory about the EU Digital Single Act and copyright

Maria Michalis participated in the European Audiovisual Observatory webinar on the proposed EU Digital Single Act and copyright. Sharing the platform with representatives from academia, the European Commission, YouTube, […]

9 June 2021
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Tarik Sabry publishes new book chapter on Transmediality as ‘Doing-Publicness’

Tarik Sabry has published a new chapter on Transmediality as ‘Doing-Publicness’ within the context of Morocco’s Arab Spring Protests. The chapter forms part of a volume on Transmedia Cultures, […]

28 May 2021

Doug Specht awarded Advanced Teacher Status and recognised as a Chartered Teacher

Doug Specht, senior lecturer, and director of teaching and learning for the School of Media and Communication, has been awarded Advanced Teacher Status by the Society for Education and […]

25 May 2021
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Peter Cunliffe-Jones speaks to SABC about tackling misinformation in the media space

This year’s World Press Freedom Day theme was “Information as a Public Good.” It recognised the globe’s fast-changing communications systems that impact democracies, human rights and even our health. […]

25 May 2021
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Miriyam Aouragh speaks at data as an instrument of coloniality event

The Alan Turing Institute recently hosted a panel on data as an instrument of coloniality The event featured a panel discussion on digital and data colonialism, including comments from […]

24 May 2021

British Broadcasting Challenge: for us, by us, about us

Westminster media professors Jean Seaton and Steve Barnett, along with CAMRI Doctoral Researcher Christopher Day, are part of a group that has just launched a major campaign to protect […]

24 May 2021
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